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Windows 7: BSOD Analysis - Getting Started

12 Jan 2013   #51

Windows® 8 Pro (64-bit)

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by koolkat77 View Post
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Install Debugging Tools for Windows as Part of the Windows SDK

If you don’t need the WDK but you do need the Windows SDK, you can install Debugging Tools for Windows as part of the Windows SDK. In the installation wizard, be sure to select Debugging Tools.
  • Install Debugging Tools for Windows as part of the SDK
Which gives this link:
Download the sdksetup.exe
Quick Details

Version: Windows SDK for Windows 8
Windows ACK Version: 2.2
Date published: November 15, 2012
File name: sdksetup.exe
Installation file should take you to a page like this (See attachment):

Attachment 249747

Deselect everything except the debugging tools for windows.

Make sure you have net framework 4.5 installed.
Oh, that's nice. I never went till the final page thinking that it will download the entire 1.2GB.
Downloading now.. :)

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