My development PC is a Windows 7 64-bit with Visual Studio 2008 (yeah.. i’m lagging behind darn it 🙂 ). Most of the time, I need to write/debug application in 32-bit(x86) environment.
Apparently there was an exception happened, and that’s how the 32-bit debugger handles it. Sucks right?
So in order to get the Exception details, you just need to put one single try-catch to cover the whole application, and put a breakpoint inside the catch section.
By now, you should be able to get the exception details whenever you x86 debugging session abruptly ended.
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