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Kernel Detective: A Powerful Tool for Detecting and Fixing Kernel Modifications
Kernel Detective is a free tool that helps you detect, analyze, manually modify and fix some Windows NT kernel modifications. Kernel Detective gives you the access to the kernel directly so it's not oriented for newbies. Changing essential kernel-mode objects without enough knowledge will lead you to only one result ... BSoD !
Kernel Detective supports Windows XP and Windows Vista, but it can also work on Windows 7 with some limitations. In this article, we will show you how to use Kernel Detective on Windows 7 and what are the benefits and risks of doing so.
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What is Kernel Detective?
Kernel Detective is a tool developed by GamingMaster and Fyyre that allows you to inspect and manipulate the Windows NT kernel. It can detect hidden processes, threads, DLLs, handles, drivers, hooks, code modifications and more. It can also disassemble (read/write) kernel-mode/user-mode memory, monitor debug output on your system, and restore the original state of some kernel objects.
Kernel Detective consists of two parts: a driver and a GUI application. The driver is responsible for communicating with the kernel and performing the operations requested by the user. The GUI application is a user-friendly interface that displays the information and options available for each feature.
You can download Kernel Detective from [GitHub] or [Geeks to Go]. The source code is also available on GitHub if you want to modify or improve it.
How to use Kernel Detective on Windows 7?
Kernel Detective was designed for Windows XP and Windows Vista, but it can also run on Windows 7 with some tweaks. However, you should be aware that using Kernel Detective on Windows 7 may cause instability or damage to your system, so use it at your own risk.
To use Kernel Detective on Windows 7, you need to do the following steps:
Disable Driver Signature Enforcement. This is a security feature that prevents loading of unsigned drivers on 64-bit versions of Windows. To disable it, you need to restart your computer and press F8 during boot. Then select "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement" from the Advanced Boot Options menu.
Install Kernel Detective driver. After disabling Driver Signature Enforcement, you can install the driver by running "Install.bat" as administrator from the folder where you extracted Kernel Detective.
Run Kernel Detective application. After installing the driver, you can run the application by double-clicking "KeDetective.exe" from the same folder. You should see a window like this:
Select the feature you want to use from the left panel. For example, if you want to detect hidden processes, click on "Process". You should see a list of all processes running on your system, including hidden ones. You can right-click on any process to view more details or perform actions such as killing or dumping it.
Use caution when modifying kernel objects. Some features of Kernel Detective allow you to change the state of kernel objects, such as restoring hooks or unloading drivers. This can be useful for removing malware or fixing errors, but it can also cause serious problems if done incorrectly. Make sure you know what you are doing before applying any changes.
What is Event 42 Kernel Power?
Event 42 Kernel Power is an event log entry that indicates that your system has entered sleep mode due to idle timeout. This means that your system has been inactive for a certain period of time and has decided to save power by suspending its operation.
This event is normal and harmless if you have configured your power settings to allow sleep mode. However, if you want your system to stay awake all the time, you may want to disable sleep mode or adjust its settings.
To do that, you need to go to Control Panel > Power Options > Change plan settings > Change advanced power settings. Then expand "Sleep" and set "Sleep after" and "Hibernate after" to "Never". You may also want to disable "Allow hybrid sleep" and "Allow wake timers". Click "OK" to save the changes.
Kernel Detective is a powerful tool that can help you detect and fix kernel modifications on Windows NT systems. It can reveal hidden malware, restore original functions, and manipulate memory. However, it can also cause damage or instability if used improperly, especially on Windows 7. Therefore, you should use it with caution and only if you know what you are doing.
If you have any questions or feedback about Kernel Detective, you can contact the developers on [GitHub] or [Geeks to Go]. You can also ask for help on [Microsoft Community] if you encounter any problems with Event 42 Kernel Power or other Windows issues.