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What does TDSBrowser do?

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TDSBrowser allows you to inspect the contents of a TDS (Turbo Debugger Symbols) file. This can be TDS data embedded in an executable (or DLL) or TDS symbols in a standalone TDS file.


You can sort the data, filter the data by name or by type of data.


You can also query the data by address which can be useful for identifying what function is at a given address if all you have is a crash address and nothing else.


Query by address is supported three ways:

Query by absolute address.

Query by address offset from a DLL load address.

Query by address offset from a symbol.

Query using Windows event log XML crash data.



32 bit and 64 bit


TDS files created by 32 bit and 64 bit software are supported. On 64 bit Operating systems if a 64 bit TDS file is opened the 64 bit version TDSBrowser is automatically started.





TDSBrowser has been an internal tool at Software Verify for many years. We recently decided to make it a bit more user friendly and to make it available for public use.