There's an alternative way for collecting a dump using default Windows reporting service and a temporary registry editing:
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Run the attached enable_dumpsfile. This will add registry settings that collect dumps on VS crash.
Create a folder at C:\JetDumps.
Reproduce the crash.
Locate the dump. It will be located in the C:\JetDumps folder. It could take a bit of time for it to appear after the crash. You can check your Task Manager for the "Windows Error Reporting" process - if there is one and it's active, it means that the dump is still being produced.
Run the attached disable_dumpsfile. It will remove registry settings added on step one.
(Optional) Compress the dump into a zip, 7z, or another kind of archive. Dumps are typically large and typically highly compressible.
Share this dump file with the support team for analysis with some way describedhere.