I am developing Visual Studio C# applications.
When I rebuild the projectand run it in debug mode, the debugger will not step into the project because it’s trying to load WRDll.x86.dll symbols.
If I run the project without debugging, it runs fine.
And if I wait a period of time , I can run the project in debugger mode, but as soon as I recompile the project, it gives me the message that it’s trying to load WRDLL.x86.dll and won’t step into the debugger.
It’s as if Webroot detects the project as a new executable and won’t run it in the debugger, but then after a period of time (30 minutes or an hour) it allows it to run in the debugger.
Or it is as if there’s a background process in WebRoot that hangs, and causes Visual Studio debugger to not work, and when the process terminates or get recycled, then Visual Studio works.
Any idea how to fix this strange problem?
I’m using Visual Studio 2013, Update 4
Best answer by TripleHelixView original
Please Submit a Support ticket and tell them what’s going on and they will help you sort it out.
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