You need a port mortum debugger under windows 64-bit and would like to use windbg
To change the postmortem debugger to WinDbg, run windbg -I. (The I must be capitalized.) This command will display a success or failure message after it is used. When WinDbg is the postmortem debugger, it will be activated whenever an application crashes.
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