The native debug tool on Windows systems, Dr. Watson, allows you to generate crash dumps.
However, Dr. Watson does not allow generation of crash dumps on a running process. To generate crash dumps from a running process, install the Debugging Tools. The Debugging Tools are freely available from the Windows web site at http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/devtools/debugging/default.mspx.
You can use Dr. Watson for crash dumps generated when a process dies.
Use the Window Debugging Tools to generate crash dumps of a running process.
Enable generation of a crash dump for your application.
Get the process ID of the application using the tlist.exe command, then enable the crash dump.
win-dbg-root\adplus.vbs -crash -FullOnFirst -p pid -o C:\dump-dir
The adplus.vbs command tracks the application with process ID pid. The adplus.vbs command generates a dmp file in the event of a crash.
When collecting crash dump information, take the complete folder generated under C:\dump-dir.