,net 2005 build error

I an getting these error when i try to build our solution
2005 visual studio

I worked on a large project and made a copy of one application

After 6 months i put  another a.net application where i was working on the other
Normally it always build fine
here are the errors i get
it does build if i let it but then i can not set any break points,
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update I go the error to go away by doing this

I recently moved to Windows  7, but I still use Visual Studio 2005 Professional for my work. I have a rather complicated setup project, and when I built it the environment threw and error saying Microsoft Vsual Studio Registry Capture utility has stopped working.

After a little research on the web I have found it was a compatibility issue of regcap.exe. To fix the issue, the workaround is to browse to the regcap.exe location, which typically is under C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\Tools\Deployment, right click it and under the Compatibility tab select Windows Vista(Service Pack2) mode

but i can not get any break points
can you help on the not setting break points
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The error text is "Unhandled exception at 0x4588a15f in regcap.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0x000000a0."

When does this error happen?

What is the configuration for the project/solution (Debug, Release, ...)?
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the  answerI recently moved to Windows  7, but I still use Visual Studio 2005 Professional for my work. I have a rather complicated setup project, and when I built it the environment threw and error saying Microsoft Vsual Studio Registry Capture utility has stopped working.

After a little research on the web I have found it was a compatibility issue of regcap.exe. To fix the issue, the workaround is to browse to the regcap.exe location, which typically is under C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\Tools\Deployment, right click it and under the Compatibility tab select Windows Vista(Service Pack2) mode is
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