|Subject:||Cannot run debugger - VS .net version 2003|
|Posted by:||Rayne (lancer62…@gmail.com)|
|Date:||Wed, 18 Nov 2009|
I'm new to programming using MS Visual Studio. I have installed
VS .net (version 2003) on my PC running Windows Vista. I know there
are "known compatibility issues", but I need to test the program I've
written on an older version of VS, for backward compatibility testing
purposes. The system that will eventually be running the program is an
When I wrote a simple Hello World program, I can't even debug it. I
get the error message "'devenv.exe' does not contain debugging
information. (No symbols loaded.) Click OK to debug anyway.". When I
clicked OK, it simply opens another instance of VS, not my program.
Is there a way to get around this problem, or is Vista simply not
compatible with this version of VS?