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QuestionV2008: All my breakpoints disable. Mouseover shows "The breakpoint will not currently be hit. No executable code is associated with this line." Pin
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Ripping my hair out with this one. I develop for some Windows Embedded Compact 7 products where we use VS2008 with add-on SDKs. All service packs applied, I've been using the same setup for the A week or so ago, I did a code merge between two branches and broke on of my applications. In trying to debug the issue, I discovered that no matter where I placed breakpoints, they would immediately go clear with a warning. Mousing over shows the message in the title bar. In doing my debug of the debugger work, I have:

- full clean rebuild;
- delete all PDB, suo and ncb files;
- create a new application;

Nothing corrects the issue. In fact, the last item is a simple dummy hello world dialog app, and it has the same breakpoint issue. So something bad has happened to the installation I'm guessing. In reading all the SO discussions, it appears that most people solve this by making random changes until it starts working.

Does anyone have a definitive explanation or solution for this behavior?

Thanks
Charlie Gilley
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