Use Debugging Tools for Windows to debug drivers, applications, and services on Windows systems. The core debugging engine in the tool set is called the Windows debugger. You can use the traditional interfaces (WinDbg, CDB, and NTSD), which are included in Debugging Tools for Windows as part of the WDK.
Getting Started with Debugging Tools for Windows
Installing Debugging Tools for Windows
- Advanced Driver Debugging: Part 1 [media file]
- Advanced Driver Debugging: Part 2 [media file]
- Avoiding debugger searches for unneeded symbols
- Debugging Kernel-Mode Driver Framework Drivers
- Debugging WDF Drivers
- BCDEdit /dbgsettings
- Tools for Debugging Drivers (WDK Documentation)
Knowledge base articles for debugging
A number of Knowledge Base articles are available for debugging related topics. This page provides a few examples of Product Support links that are relevant for debugging.