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Debugging in VS .net.

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I recently moved to Visual Studio .net to work with DirectX and I can't seem to figure out how to debug. First off I have it set to a Debug configuration and I Start the debugger (f5) it changes to the debugger, and the program runs but "run to cursor" and break points are ignored. Then when I try "break all" it says "Unable to break execution. The Process does not contain any programs" If in the project's options I tried turning on Attach and then it says "unable to attach to machine 'HYRULE'" which is my personal station's name I've done this with code and projects converted from Triple Buffer's site(I'm trying to figure out why toggle Fullscreen doesn't work with project 8 if you care to know) as well as having a new project and adding the same files to it,not having a debugger seems like a bigger problem. Is there something I'm missing?

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Well i have had this on a couple of occasions. ALl i did (i think) to get around it was to rebuild the project first and run it (even it is knackered).

Press ctr-shift F9 to get rid of all break points and rebuild etc.

Hope this helps, annoying innit?

ace

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Thank you that's incredibly helpful, now to figure out this problem :)

It's odd that it happened on two different projects.

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