Alright, if you have your parms all set up in the _jcgriff2_ folder, everything should load into the SysnativeBSODApps page. You can choose which files you want to output. To keep things simple, I would recommend starting only with the files that the jcgriff2 app output. Those files can be selected by scrolling down in the first list in the upper left of the first tab of the apps. You'll see a bunch of .txt files, and the ones that the _jcgriff2_ app used to output are the _99-debug.txt, _98-debug.txt, _97-debug.txt, _95-debug.txt, and _88-debug.txt.
It is probably best to leave all selected for the Output Options for now. The Formatting options probably won't affect you unless you are posting at Microsoft Answers or Technet and do not want the BBCode, i.e. bold and underling code, that is used for forums like Sysnative, SevenForums, TSF, etc. If you do post at a place that does not require BBCode, you can turn it off with the last option in that area. [B]test[/B] = test
for instance is a BBCode method.
If you want to participate in updating the DRT with missing drivers, enter your username and the link for the thread you are helping in within the username:
and Originating Post:
is where you want to enter your symbols path. If you use local symbols, enter the path on your system to where they are stored. If you use online symbols, use the local path and online path via the SRV* path to the msdl symbols site. If you want to use a combination of the two, enter your local path on your system, i.e. c:\symbols
If you want to use a combination of local and online symbols, type "online" in the box. That will cause the apps to download symbols using the first and last .dmp in the set you are analyzing. It will then use local symbols for all the .dmps; this works well 95% of the time and no symbol issues arise.
If you want to use the symbols path that you typed into the Symbols:
input, you can just leave the input to this area blank after filling in your Symbols path in the previous input.
The URL Path:
is the path to the DRT individual site you want to link to, i.e. http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=
Link Seen by User:
will be how you want the user to see the link. I used to just put the driver name here, in which case leaving it blank would suffice. If you want to have the default work, it will look like http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=<driver name>
You can enter your kd.exe path in the tab for kd.exe Path:
"C:\Program Files\Debugging Tools for Windows (x64)\kd.exe"
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\8.0\Debuggers\x64\kd.exe"
The second tab is for formatting, i.e. FormatOptions
. You can set up your header, footer, signature, 3rd party driver header, etc.
The Code Box Begin:
and Code Box End:
are probably where the font formatting areas are that you speak of, so check there first if you want to remove font formatting.
By the way, much of the information above can be found by clicking Help from the Help menu in the upper left portion of the apps.