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OpenSource under LGPL
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564 KB
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2237
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Windows XP / Vista
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VirtualKD speeds up kernel debugging using VMWare or VirtualBox by providing a native KD driver instead of the slow virtual COM port. What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]

· Added support for VirtualBox
· Fixed bug with incorrect x64 VMWare patching


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