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How to start Visual studio in debug mode after reboot

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Hi,
I have a program in VC++  running in debug mode.
It crashes in release mode so I run it in debug mode.

In case a script makes the computer reboot I want the program to restart in debug mode after reboot.
Is it possible to do it and how?
Thanks
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Compile it as a DEBUG build - then it will run in debug mode.

ps.  You are not allowed (and it is silly) to distribute the microsoft debug dll's it will require.


pps.  The best is to fix your error in your code then you can run it as release.
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Hi,
Thanks for the answer.
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