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This contains the 32-bit and 64-bit MSI's for Debugging Tools for Windows 184.108.40.2063.
Highlights in Version 220.127.116.113
This is the current version of Debugging Tools for Windows 18.104.22.1683 and is available in the Windows SDK from
. This release of Debugging Tools for Windows contains many bug fixes and new enhancements. The debuggers are stable and more reliable than previous releases and we recommend that you upgrade to this version.
Here are some of the key changes in this version of Debugging Tools for Windows:
1. Several bug fixes in extensions to only use public symbols
2. General BugCheck Analysis Updates including:
• Bug Check 0x9F Update – Added logic to diagnose bugcheck 0x9F minidumps using new data in Windows 7 added to the 0x9F minidumps by the Kernel and Networking Teams.
- All Kernel ExWorkerThreads that process Power IRPs
- IRPs Associated with any ExWorkerThread
- IRPs Associated with PnP Completion Queue
- All Kernel Power IRPs
- Device Stacks for all IRPS
• BugCheck 0xFE Update - Add logic to diagnose bugcheck 0xFE minidumps using new to Windows 7 callback data added by the USB team.
3. Fixed user-mode minidump generation problem.
4. Fixed buffer overrun in schannel transport.
5. Fixed several kernel debugger transport issues.
6. Fixed problem with debugger reporting incorrect FPO information.
7. Allowed stack dumps deeper than 65535 if specified explicitly.
8. Changed ".outmask /a" and ".outmask /d" to be set only instead of or/xor.
9. The old ADPlus.vbs is being replaced by ADPlus.exe which requires the .Net Framework 2.0. For those cases where the .Net Framework isn't available we are still shipping the older version renamed to adplus_old.vbs. For detailed documentation of the new ADPlus.exe as well as for its new companion ADPlusManager.exe please see adplus.doc located in the same folder as adplus.exe.
Additional details on some of these features can be found in the debugger documentation (debugger.chm). To open this documentation, use Start --> Debugging Tools for Windows --> Debugging Help.
Sep 2 2010 at 10:46 PM
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Sep 3 2010 at 1:02 AM
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