Error Reporting (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)


Windows Embedded CE Error Reporting is a set of technologies that captures key information about the state of the machine at the time of a program crash and allows users to report the collected information. Error Reporting helps improve the reliability of products and applications by giving continuous, detailed feedback to OEMs and Microsoft developers about problems users actually experience.

Developers can use the crash data collected to not only debug particular issues, but to spot trends. Historically, most failures are caused by very few code defects; fewer than 1% of the defects collected in crash dumps account for more than half of the total failures.

Error Reporting Overview

Provides an overview of the error reporting process.

Error Reporting Modes and Settings

Provides an overview of registry and administrator settings.

Error Reporting Security

Provides information about security.

Error Reporting Reference

Provides links to complete reference documentation.

Kernel Overview

Provides detailed information about the Windows Embedded CE kernel.

Post-Mortem Debugging

Describes how to use the kernel debugger to analyze dump files

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