Debugger detected when debug DirectX 9.0 app!

Posted on 2005-04-05
Last Modified: 2013-11-20
When I debug a DirectShow(DirectX 9.0) in Visual Studio 6.0, I've got the following error:
"Debugger detected! Please close it down and restart!
Windows NT user: Please note that having the WinICE/SoftICE services installed means that you are running a debugger!"
I don't install WinICE or SoftICE or any debugger except for the VS6 debugger!
Maybe I've missed some settings in order to debug with DirectX 9.0
Please help!
Question by:tinh911
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    Accepted Solution

    You did not miss anything, but it seems that you came across a codec that uses some code to protect itself against debugging. Identify the .ax file that causes this (this is the module that will cause an exception after you click away that dialog) and rename it temporarily.

    Author Comment

    Yeah, I used some .ax files from OpenCV library (library for Computer Vision application). I'll check it out and post the result back to this board!

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