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QuestionHow to force to kill the specific progress on Win7 X64 Ultimate? PinmemberFalconapollo10-Apr-12 3:37 
I installed VC++ 6.0 on Windows 7 Ultimate x64.
Sometimes when I debug the MFC program, I press Shift+F5 to terminate the debug, but the program shows "not responding" and VC++ 6.0 IDE shows normally.
 
Then I want to kill the progress with Task Manager, but failed. I try to terminate the progress in CMD with administrator permission, still failed. Then, I download ProgressExplore.exe from Microsoft's site, and pskill.exe. I just can't terminate the disgusting progress.
 
When I log of Windows, the Progress can be killed and when I close VC++ 6.0 IDE, the progress automatically terminated. But as you know, it's miserable to debug programs in this way: debug one time, close the VC++ IDE one time.
 
Anyone can tell me how to force to kill the specific progress with overwhelming permission(just like Windows did when close or log off)?
 
Thank you in advance!
AnswerRe: How to force to kill the specific progress on Win7 X64 Ultimate? PinmvpRichard MacCutchan10-Apr-12 5:34 
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