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Threads window empty in VS 2010 Pro

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I have VS 2010 Pro. In debug for a C# program, when I open the Threads window, it's empty. This  despite the fact that several threads are running. All the threads are background threads, but that shouldn't matter.

Any idea what's up?
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Chuck Yetter earned 500 total points
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Set a breakpoint somewhere.  When the breakpoint is hit, then you can look at the threads which are running.
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Silly me, I just discovered that.
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