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    Finding trigger for "break on new module

    When an app being debugged triggers a "break on new module" breakpoint, is it possible to see where in the main app code it was called from ? I see the disassembly in the system API sitting on a RET instruction, and single-step F7 seems to issue a run command until the next module load. Examing the stack doesn't seem to help much either.
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    Anonymous
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    Finding trigger for "break on new module

    (Preferably here I would like to find the call to the LoadLibrary function that triggered the BP)
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    Finding trigger for "break on new module

    have you tried call stack (ALT+K) ?

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    Anonymous
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    Finding trigger for "break on new module

    Hmmm, LoadLibraryExA from OLE32. No mention of the application. I can only assume therefore that the app uses OLE to load it's libraries. Scary. On other app's I can see the actual place in the app where the library is loaded.

    Cheers for the tip !
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