I’ll report back once I know. After the entry-point function returns, the library module is removed from the address space of the current process. If I continue to Step In, I end up in a header file called utilcls. Vaibhav Rekhate 23 5. Sign in to give feedback. Post as a guest Name. The ZwUnloadDriver routine unloads a driver from the system.
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Mark 1, 6 36 You cannot handle ThreadAbortException so no need to catch the exception. The Unload event occurs before the Close event.
Load and unload device drivers
Note When you create macros or event procedures for events related to the Unload event, such as Deactivate and LostFocusbe sure that they don’t conflict for example, make sure you don’t cause something to happen in one macro or procedure that is canceled in another and that they don’t cause cascading events.
Can a driver unload itself with this call? Remarks To run a macro or event procedure when these events occur, set the OnUnload property to the name of the macro or to [Event Procedure]. Finally got to where I could try the hack.
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Send comments about this topic to Microsoft. Frees the loaded dynamic-link library DLL module and, if necessary, decrements its reference count. By running unlowd macro or an event procedure when a form’s Unload event occurs, you can verify that the form should be unloaded or specify actions that should take place when the form is unloaded.
You can, in effect, catch a ThreadAbortExceptionby issuing a Thread. You may also leave feedback directly on GitHub.
The Unload event occurs after a form is closed but before it’s removed from the screen. For detailed information about implementing a driver’s Unload routine, see Writing an Unload Routine.
The reference count is also incremented by a call to LoadLibraryEx unless the module is being loaded for the first time and is being loaded as a data or image file. Sign in to give feedback. Simply not calling FreeLibrary for that DLL allows the application to close successfully, but my assumption is that the FreeLibrary call is important.
I’ll report back once I know. Doing so gives the library module an opportunity to clean up resources allocated on behalf of the current process.
We’ve all written code like this: Remarks When an object is unloaded, it’s removed from memory and all memory associated with the object is reclaimed. Post as a guest Name. Erin Anne 5.
ResetAbort in the catch block. If the function fails, the return value is zero. Good answer, probably you should add that: There are no open issues. Not totally sure msnd I’ve got this problem nailed down yet, but here’s what I’m seeing and what I think is going on.