I'll restate the question differently. What software do Intel employees use to assemble and debug software on their Intel 2010 Core 64-bit processors? Is it commercially available? Also, does the Intel C++ Compiler include an assembler and debugger? I don't need to mix it with C or C++ code "inline", just need to assemble and debug with register tracking and trace.
Thank you very much for your response. IDA Pro is somewhat expensive so I went for Microsoft Debugging Tools. I was able to use Windbg and disassemble and trace my code. There is one difficulty with the package in that it claims it couldn't find the symbols after setting up the correct symbol path, but they are there. By typing U(symbolname) it will disassemble the code showing it's location.
Your help is appreciated.