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Dumped DLL cannot be loaded in x64dbg #2291

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AbedKarmi opened this issue Feb 13, 2020 · 4 comments
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Dumped DLL cannot be loaded in x64dbg #2291

AbedKarmi opened this issue Feb 13, 2020 · 4 comments

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@AbedKarmi AbedKarmi commented Feb 13, 2020

  • Debugger version (can be found on right hand side of menu bar of debugger).
    11 Feb 2020

  • Operating system version and Service Pack (including 32 or 64 bits).
    Windows 10 x64 Enterprise

  • Brief description of the issue.
    When I load the dll that has been dumped via scylla, or process dump, it will be unloaded immediately! I have tries this for so many DLLs, they all do not load!. When I load the original versions of those DLLs, they load ok inside x64dbg.

  • Elaborate reproduction steps for the bug/issue being reported.
    Dump any .DLL using scylla, fix dump to fix IAT, load the .dll inside x64dbg-64

@AbedKarmi AbedKarmi changed the title Dumped DLL cannot be loaded in x46dbg Dumped DLL cannot be loaded in x64dbg Feb 13, 2020
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@mrexodia mrexodia commented Feb 13, 2020

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@UnlimitedChild UnlimitedChild commented Feb 13, 2020

Try to run on a clean version without plugins, they often cause program crashes....

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@AbedKarmi AbedKarmi commented Feb 14, 2020

I used procmon/sysinternals, it was looking for some dlls into directories defined in PATH Env.Variable. I copied them, it worked!

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@mrexodia mrexodia commented Feb 14, 2020

So resolve this problem so you can load the DLL properly, likely you dumped it incorrectly.

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