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For those of you who haven't found debugview at sysinternals.com, it's pretty cool because a lot of info is spit out there.

What I would like to do access that debug info from a Java program.

This is an aside; only here to make reading the forum more interesting ;-) My application is to improve the users ability to assess quality of video files recorded by digital TV tuners. The log will contain an entry for each fault in the file. Although the finished file could be analyzed, they are big (as big as 8Gb per hour for high definition), so I thought it would be nice to associate the number of errors during the recording with the file itself. A second topic is going to be access to the NTFS (I almost said HPFS, showing my age) data so I can put the data somewhere where I can get to it when I need it. But for now, I wonder how to get to that Windows debug info.

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Too hard for the advaced topic? Where to go?
 
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