Because this is a compilation error of the precompiled source, the precompiled source is already available. Just dump the precompiled source to a file, and look at the line where the bug happens. Possibly you can find out what was the bug with this.
In the C or C++ file's Property sheet select C/C++ in the tree and then select Preprocessor. There is a switch 'Preprocess to a File'. When you switch it on, it will generate a preprocessed output, instead of compiling the file at the next build. The file will be named after your source file with a .i extension and is put in the intermediate directory where the object files are. (I think it's possible to put elsewhere with a different name, but not in the Express version.)