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Error/Problem: Cannot add new member on visual studio 6.0

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I was prompted such a error when developing an application on visual studio 6.0 Could anyone help me with such a error?
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It might be that the clw file of that project is corrupted. quit VC++ delete that file and restart VC++. Inside studio you press Ctrl+W and will receive a message box that the clw file could not be found and whether it should be recreated. Answer yes and select the files to include. Now it should work again.
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