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SoftIce problem.

SoftIce problem.

SoftIce problem.

Has anyone had this softice win2000 problem that im having.
Everytime i install softice, a couple of things happen.

First if i set it to run before win starts, i restard and as soon as it starts loading the whole screen slowly turns colors from dark blue to light green.

Then if i set it to run only when i tell it to run (while windows is running) and i press Ctrl + D, it has like 50% opacity, but i cant read any of the letters. I type 'X' and hit enter and it closes.

So here is what I have concluded:
 1) Softice is running
 2) There is a problem with the video adaptor.

 I dont understand what to do because i've pretty much tested every adaptor in the setup screen. Even the universal adaptor and i tested it and it said ok, but when i run it it keeps doing the same thing.
 Has anyone had this exact error anytime??? I was using softice winNT 4.05. (I tried winnt 4.07 too. same thing)

 Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 Thank you

RE: SoftIce problem.

I am betting your problem is related to this whole Windows NT Workstation 4.xx being in End of Life

( (effective date after end of online self-help support) and Non-support phase between years four and five)


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