Finally, I recently managed to find some time to updated win32dd, now called windd and part of a project codenamed “Pangowings *” (inspired by pangolin mammal). windd supports both 32-bits and 64-bits version (not Itanium, but x64-based) version of Windows from Windows XP to Windows 7.
All executables (including drivers) are digitally signed. And I suggest to people to always check this.
Would be nice to have people with more than 4GB to test it.
Here is a summary of the changelog:
- 1.3. Major update
- – Network support (both client and server in one executable).
- – 64-bits support.
- – Very fast.
- – MD5, SHA-1 and SHA-256 hash support.
- – Support 3 mapping methods for both full crash dump and raw memory dump generation.
- – Can generate BSOD.
- – Can hibernate the system.
- – Microsoft crash dump fully compatible with Windbg
Here is also an interesting reading my friend Laurent Miltgen-Delinchamp pointed out:
Error when entering Hibernation on a Windows 7-based computer