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class view not working in VC++

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for some reason the class view thing in VC++ isnt working =/ it was before and now it seems to not want to work, for one of my projects it said it couldnt load the class view file and then after that all the other projects class view was messed up (even though it didnt say the file was gone). i created a new project and for some reason it still wont properly show the class view =/
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close workspace, Delete the .ncb file and reopen workspace.

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Try deleting the *.clw file.
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