Applies To:
  • CitectSCADA 5.xx

If CitectSCADA is running on windows NT4, and crashes, it does not provide a DLL list for the Citect32.exe process. This makes it hard to debug, exactly where the crash occurs.

Is there anyway I can discover the module list for my system?


Yes, it is possibly to find the module list for Citect32.exe when running on Windows NT4.0.

There is a 3rd party tool available for free from, called "ListDLLs".

This can be run from your command prompt, and will create a list of DLLs currently running for each process.

You could use the following command from your DOS command prompt:

Listdlls > DLLList.txt

Please see KB Articles Q3854 and Q3871 for information about the kernel command "write modules".

Citect has confirmed this to be a problem in CitectHMI/SCADA versions 5.00 to 5.50. This problem has been fixed in version 6.00.


NT4, NT4.0, Write modules, crash debug, GPF, listdll