Setting Up Debugging (Kernel-Mode and User-Mode)
There are two ways you can set up debugging with the Windows debuggers. You can use the Visual Studio debugging environment, or you can configure debugging manually. After you configure kernel-mode debugging, you can use Visual Studio, WinDbg, or KD to establish a debugging session. After you configure user-mode debugging, you can use Visual Studio, WinDbg, CDB, or NTSD to establish a debugging session.
Note The Windows debuggers are included in Debugging Tools for Windows. These debuggers are different from the Visual Studio debugger, which is included with Visual Studio. For more information, see Windows Debugging.
- Setting Up Kernel-Mode Debugging in Visual Studio
- Setting Up Kernel-Mode Debugging Manually
- Setting Up User-Mode Debugging in Visual Studio
- Setting Up Network Debugging of a Virtual Machine Host
- Configuring tools.ini
- Using KDbgCtrl
Build date: 4/9/2013