[Solved] 1394(Firewire) Kernel Debugging

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by biorpg, Aug 31, 2017.

  1. biorpg

    biorpg MDL Novice

    Jul 18, 2010
    Microsoft disabled kernel debugging over a 1394 connection in the latest versions of Windows 10. You can force the appropriate settings by using:
    bcdedit /add {dbgsettings} debugtype 1394
    bcdedit /add {dbgsettings} channel <channel>
    This only actually worked for one or two releases of the insider preview, and now on 16257 it does not enable kernel debugging over 1394.
    I was wondering if anyone knows if it would be possible to use network, USB, or even local kernel debugging and use the driver replacement command to replace the 1394 debug driver with a slightly older version? Or are the supported kernel debugging protocols defined elsewhere in the system?