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UEFI Debugging with Intel System Debugger - Part 1

In this video I show some interesting debugger commands for UEFI debugging.

Commands used are:

  • efi showsuffix
  • efi setsuffix
  • efi loadthis
  • opening the source file viewer
  • and an example setup script file

 

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             I have found an interesting  appearance which I can not explain. Okey, let's go.

             I apply "micsmc" to surveiling the offload running state of MIC. The critical code like this:

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