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.NET 2003 Debugging

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I am debugging a piece of code in .NET 2003. I wonder why the heck the debugger in some files highlights only partial line of code not full when i am steeping through the code. Any ideas ? I have attached a screen shot of that as well.
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usually this happens if the source code is modified after your program was started
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I closed the application and .NET 2003 itself and still getting the same problem. Even rebooted the machine.
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Because i am getting error {"Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation." }
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Oh i got it now. I found the actual error in inner exception.problem with sql server connection
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