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Problems in debuging after upgrade to wondow XP

Posted on 2003-10-30
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Hello
I just upgrade my window to WindowXp from win2000.
i am using Visual Studio c++ 6.0 with sp5.
when i run my application in dubugging mode and i press F10 to jump to the next line, the line is copyd with Gibrish fonts and the coursor does not skip to next line: (the result of pressing F10):

    ???????/????????????????) ?????_??????????? (?
    pSource.CoCreateInstance( CLSID_AsyncReader );

What can i do??? does Visual Studio c++ 6.0 supose to run fine with XP?? Thanks!!

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Have you tried updating your display drivers? Does this occur with other applications, too?
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Try to reinstall Visual Studio.
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After I Install Windows Symbol Packages the problem is actually fixed!! But sadly after every restart of the computer the problem returns and I need to reinstall the package, and some times this doesn’t help, too. so I need to reinstall visual c++.  
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And i reinstall every thing many time, (including the all damm Windows XP!!)
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