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Well, to update this query by me so that someone might be helped in the future:

VS2008 does not even come close to properly converting a project from eVC++. There are so many macros left undefined from the conversion that VS2008 is not able to handle its own includes let alone the application. The problem has absolutely ZERO to do with any specific resource file. It's caused by the pathetic migration effort made by VS2008.

Save yourself some time and (a) create a simple smart device project appropriate for you in VS2008. Then (b) migrate the existing code base in one at a time. Even then your dialog resource processing may need manual intervention.
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