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Frees the loaded dynamic-link library DLL module and, if necessary, decrements its reference count. But, I checked, and just before the load, GetModuleHandle msdn unload a null.
When you invoke FreeLibrary, does it return zero or nonzero? If zero, what does GetLastError say?
DRIVER_UNLOAD callback function
My dll is never unloaded when I stop the execution of my application in the editor. The term service stands here for a Windows service. I'll try that one. Driver 1 would load Driver2 via Msdn unload.
Unload Routine Environment (Windows Drivers)
Thus, this would ensure strict correct ordering between the two. Remarks The msdn unload maintains a per-process reference count for each loaded module.
Thanks for the report though. Yes No. WebView Android No support No.
Chrome Android No support No. Ok thanks.
Looking at DomainUnloader. The console runner should abort trying to unload msdn unload appdomain after some time 30 secs. This should certainly show up on the console. On the other hand, the console runner is also often used on the build server where nobody msdn unload watching very closely.
So my next msdn unload is: What's the exit code when some test fails? Profile Sign out. Chrome Android No support?
FreeLibrary doesn't unload the DLL - C++ Forum
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If you elaborate what you're trying to do, we may be able to provide a better alternate solution with test code which is much safer How can this be accomplished? Msdn unload are here to help.Occurs when the element msdn unload removed from within an element tree of loaded elements.
The Unload routine performs any operations that are necessary before the system unloads the driver. A driver's Unload routine executes in a system thread context at IRQL = PASSIVE_LEVEL. The driver's DriverEntry routine must store the Unload routine's address in DriverObject. msdn unload