Microsoft KB Archive/103862
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The debugging information for the system dynamic-link libraries (DLLs) is contained separately in files with a .DBG extension. The Win32 SDK setup, SETUPSDK, will install the following .DBG files by default in <SYSTEMROOT>\SYMBOLS\DLL:
ADVAPI32.DBG OLECLI32.DBG COMDLG32.DBG OLESVR32.DBG CRTDLL.DBG RASAPI32.DBG DLCAPI.DBG RPCNS4.DBG GDI32.DBG RPCRT4.DBG INETMIB1.DBG SHELL32.DBG KERNEL32.DBG USER32.DBG LMMIB2.DBG VDMDBG.DBG LZ32.DBG VERSION.DBG MGMTAPI.DBG WIN32SPL.DBG MPR.DBG WINMM.DBG NDDEAPI.DBG WINSTRM.DBG NETAPI32.DBG WSOCK32.DBG NTDLL.DBG
For Windows NT version 3.5, the additional .DBG files are:
GLU32.DBG MSACM32.DBG OLEAUT32.DBG OPENGL32.DBG
For Windows NT versions 3.51, the additional .DBG files are:
COMCTL32.DBG DHCPMIB.DBG OLE32.DBG OLEDLG.DBG RICHED32.DBG WINSMIB.DBG
NOTE: These files are not installed by the alternative Win32 SDK install method, MANUAL.BAT. Therefore, WinDbg will warn that symbol information cannot be found for each of the system DLLs called by the debuggee.
In Windows NT 3.1, there are also debugging versions of the system DLLs that can be installed by using SWITCH.BAT, which is located on the CD in \SUPPORT\DEBUGDLL. Refer to page 11 of the "Getting Started" manual and the batch file itself for more information.
Additional query words: 3.10 3.50
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Last Reviewed: September 11, 1999