Setting Up Local Kernel Debugging of a Single Computer Manually
Debugging Tools for Windows supports local kernel debugging. This is kernel-mode debugging on a single computer. In other words, the debugger runs on the same computer that is being debugged.
- Open a Command Prompt window as Administrator. Enter bcdedit /debug on
- If the computer is not already configured as the target of a debug transport, enter bcdedit /dbgsettings local
- Reboot the computer.
Open WinDbg as Administrator. On the File menu, choose Kernel Debug. In the Kernel Debugging dialog box, open the Local tab. Click OK.
You can also start a session with WinDbg by opening a Command Prompt window as Administrator and entering the following command:
Open a Command Prompt window as Administrator, and enter the following command: