This link discussed how to debug in Windows for CPU and GPU using Visual Stiduos
For debugging at GPU, need to install gen_debugger_target located at C:\Program Files (x86)\inteloneapi\debugger\latest\target.
But if you have the Intel® Debugger for Heterogeneous Compute Target installed on your target machine, you must uninstall it first. When I checked my installed applications for Intel®, found the followings as shown in the attached image. There is no Intel® Debugger for Heterogeneous Compute Target.
So when I click the gen_debugger_target exe, there is popup window saying that "there is similar application installed and need to uninstall first".
Which similar application they are referring to in my installed list?
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We tried to install gen_debugger_target in our windows machine which is having Basekit Beta04 and we didn't face any issues.
Could you please let us know the following details of your environment: oneAPI Basekit version, Visual Studio version.
And could you let us know are there any other Intel suites installed in your system like the parallel studio.
We are debugging the issue with beta03. meanwhile, can you try with beta04?
We tested on a windows10 machine which is having Basekit Beta04 and we didn't face any issues.
We tried to reproduce your issue with oneAPI basekit beta03 version and we didn't face any issues.
We suggest you, uninstall beta03 and install the latest basekit version i.e beta04.
Please refer to the below link for the installation guide of beta04.
let us know if the issue persists with beta04 as well.