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q, qq (Quit)

The q and qq commands end the debugging session. (In CDB and KD, this command also exits the debugger itself. In WinDbg, this command returns the debugger to dormant mode.)

q 
qq 

Environment

Modes

User mode, kernel mode

Targets

Live, crash dump

Platforms

All

 

Remarks

In user-mode debugging, the q command ends the debugging session and closes the target application.

In kernel-mode debugging, the q command saves the log file and ends the debugging session. The target computer remains locked.

If this command does not work in KD, press CTRL+R+ENTER on the debugger keyboard, and then retry the q command. If this action does not work, you must use CTRL+B+ENTER to exit the debugger.

The qq command behaves exactly like the q command, unless you are performing remote debugging. During remote debugging, the q command has no effect, but the qq command ends the debugging server. For more information about this effect, see Remote Debugging Through the Debugger.

 

 

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