eVC++ Emulator Problem

Posted on 2005-05-06
Last Modified: 2013-11-18
hi, i am using Embedded Visual C++ 4.0 to develop a Pocket Pc 2003 application,
however, when i build the project first time, it(*.exe) loaded to my Emulator sucessfully,
after that, when i edited the source code and rebuild again, it is saying

"Cannot download file D:\Program Files\Windows CE Tools\wce420\POCKET PC 2003\Samples\Win32\Cedbview\emulatorRel\Cedbview.exe because it is in use on the device."

then, i have to soft-reset my Emulator in order to get it loaded there anyway i can solve this?

i am trying to use my Emulator and test and debug my application.. it causes a lot of trouble to me ....thanks ..
Question by:ivylnm
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    Accepted Solution

    try closing the application before you restart the debuging

    Author Comment

    i did, but it just didn't work ....i have to soft-reset my emulator .....

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