INT1/3 doesn't break on Windows drivers

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Problem:

INT1/3 doesn't break on Windows drivers

Resolution:

Problem: INT1 or INT3 doesn't break when debugging Windows  drivers.

  Solution: Some users interpret the manual to mean that

  "I1HERE ON" or "I3HERE ON" should be on a separate line in the

   WINICE.DAT file. This is wrong: the command should be part of the

   INIT string, for example:

   INIT = "I3HERE ON;X;"

  Note: The "X" command should always be the last command in the INIT string; put any other commands before it.

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