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  • Bad.boy!

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 05:05 PM

I have attached a debugger to a process in Visual Studio 2010, but I had to restart VS because it was an admin process. I couldn't attach the debugger to the process anymore after I restarted. I've tried to attach to process with a different program (restarting the original program) but it didn't work, a debugger was already attached according to the other program. I can't see where it debugges and I've tried to restart my pc, but even after restarting I get the same error message. I've tried to remove AeDebug from the registry (found on the internet) but that didn't help either. Does anyone know how to disable all debuggers?

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  • OzzySM12


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Posted 13 June 2012 - 09:30 PM

Have you got the program and the debugger both running as admin or both running as a normal user? If the debugger is running as admin and the program as a normal user it may be causing a problem.

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