I am trying to fix a problem where my Windows Mobile application freezes. My Application just inserts data in to a database (codebase). The user just presses a button and a series of other dialogs come up and ask questions etc then the info is inserted into a database.
I have tested it flat out for about 5 hours now and I notice that the dialogs gradually get slower and slower to launch. Just a few moments ago it froze while one dialog was trying to launch (when it froze the pda screen was like a morph of the new dialog ontop of the main dialog).
I am just looking for general help as to possibly why windows MFC dialogs would get slower and slower to launch and then freeze. I have been looking for memory leaks etc and have found nothing major that I can see to be the problem.
My application is written using MFC (it was an eVC4 application converted to VS2005 now).
How could I best solve this problem? any tools that VS provides that could help me etc.
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