Unable to load image \WINDOWS\system32\ntoskrnl.exe, Win32 error 0n2
For some reason WinDbg doesn't find the associated ntoskrnl.exe
image. You usually need both for Crash Dumps:
a) The executable itself (in this case "ntoskrnl.exe"), so that WinDbg is able to show you the disassembly and so on
b) The PDB files -> to get even more information about the executables in question
Here is what I would try to do:
1) put the executable "ntoskrnl.exe" to a place where WinDbg will find it. Take a look at: File (menu) -> Image File Path
If this doesn't help I would:
2) Change your symbol path: "srv*;
I don't know if the first srv*;
can confuse WinDbg; in any case it won't help either.
3) Enter the following commands to WinDbg:
> !sym noisy
> ld ntoskrnl
> .reload /f /v ntoskrnl.exe
If everything went fine WinDbg will have loaded "ntoskrnl.exe" and its PDB files by now. You can easily check this with one of the following commands:
> !lmi ntoskrnl
> lm vm ntoskrnl
4) If WinDbg still failed to find/retrieve the appropriate files you should at least get a hint of what went wrong because of the "!sym noisy" command (noisy mode - symbol prompts on).
Check 7) Symbols
and 10) Loaded modules and image information
for more details about the commands mentioned above.
I hope this helps,