I am unable to debug some of my projects because the debugger keeps crashing when hitting breakpoints. I tried cleaning and rebuilding, and even reinstalling Visual Studio, that does not help.As soon as the breakpoint is hit, I get a popup box informing me that "Microsoft Visual Studio has experienced an internal error" and then Visual Studio hangs.
This happens witha fully patched VS2005 and compilerversion 11.1.060 on a 64-bit Vista Home Premium, debugging a 32-bit app.
I managed to debug the crash with another instance of Visual Studio, andgot the following output in the output window:
A first chance exception of type 'System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException' occurred in VSAccess.dll
Additional information: CXX0013: Error: missing operator
This is the stack at the moment of crash:
[Managed to Native Transition]
>VSAccess.dll!VSAccess.VSQuery.isFortran() + 0x57 bytes
VSAccess.dll!VSAccess.VSQuery.is64BitMode(ref bool mode = false) + 0x40 bytes
VSAccess.dll!VSAccess.VSQuery.getCurrentThreadsPC(ref ulong addr = 0) + 0x48 bytes
[Native to Managed Transition]
VSAccess.dll isC:\\Program Files (x86)\\Intel\\Compiler\\11.1\\060\\VSDebugExtension\\idb\\VSAccess.dll, version 184.108.40.206, timestamp11/22/2009 12:11 AM.
uninstall the 11.1.060, clear the "path" env-var so the dirs to 11.1.060 are removed.
install the 11.1.067.
if it still crash, does it crash in a simpler program?