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Arrow How to use windebugger to identify deadlocks in vb.net code

We have a VB.NET code, in which we are sure deadlocks are occuring. We have a memory dump of what was there when the deadlock happened. How can I use Win Debugger to analyze this dump, so that it could be possible to identify where this deadlock occurred (where in the sense, in which function or subroutine)?

Any ideas would be very helpful.





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