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Thread: ntice 4.27 on win2k sp4, cannot load advapi32.dll

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    Question ntice 4.27 on win2k sp4, cannot load advapi32.dll

    Does anyone have similar experience? If i put
    EXP=\systemroot\system32\advapi32.dll

    ntice loads very slowly and can't load advapi32 symbols. after ntice finishes
    loading, the "system" thread uses 99% of the cpu time and the computer
    has to be rebooted.

    if I don't include that line in winice.dat, everything works fine but i still don't
    have the advapi32 symbols therefore I can't set bpx on those functions.

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    Timbo
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    ???
    EXP=\systemroot\system32\advapi32.dll
    How about
    EXP=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\advapi32.dll
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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    I suppose I could try that but they should be the same and I don't see why
    one wouldn't work but the other would.

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    As a general tip with Softice, if you are running a Windows service pack that was not released back when your version of Softice was released, it is quite likely that you need some kind of patch/update/newer version to make it run ok. Patches can sometimes be downloaded from the Compuware website for free anyway.

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