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VS 2010 PDB warnings necessary?

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Loaded 'C:\WINDOWS\system32\kernel32.dll', Cannot find or open the PDB file

People say don't worry about these warnings but does Visual Studio (2010) have to spit out a dozen of these every time I compile?

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Tools->Options->Debugging->Output Window.

You can turn Module Load Messages to Off in here. Don't believe there is a way to get the module load message without the comment about the missing PDB file though.

I have pretty much everything turned off in this options pane. I find most of the information useless and prefer to just have the output window for my own debugging information but YMMV.

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The other option is to download the symbol files and let VS use them (which can be extremely handy for debugging).

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