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Problems when the PC is changed

Hi everybody!

 Here is my problem: I have changed my PC with another,
and I copied a workspace from the first PC to the new machine; this mean, that I have copied all the files from the directory which contained all the files from my workspace).
The WizardBar from the new system doesn't recognize the new functions, which are append to the different files and the compiler doesn't know when a project is modified or not, so if I don't modify the project after one compiling and
I make a new build the system compile again, if I want  to make a debug, the system tell me that the .exe files doesn't exist and ask me if I want to build that. In rest everything is fine, but I don't like what's happen.
 If I make a new application with ApplicationWizard, there are no problem.
 Please, send me some suggestion !!
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visualc
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visualc
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MaizlishCommented:
Hi visualC !
just saw this question and recaleld the other question you asked and i gave an answer .
This problem should be resolved if you do what i suggested you there . Just remove the old intermidiate files ( .ncb .pdb .lnk .obj .bsc and so on ) to be sure remove the whole Debug..and Release.. directories . Change modification times of your source files to match your current PC time settings , Rebuild All your project once and see that life is wonderfull with vc.
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