Visual c++ .NET Debugger problem

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    Visual c++ .NET Debugger problem

    Visual c++ .NET Debugger problem.

    When I step through "any code" the debugger is stepping 4 to 10 lines behind the line of code that is executing.

    For example: If I were to set a breakpoint at line 100 the program would show it breaking at let's say line 92. The program actually breaks at line 100, but since the program is not showing it break on the correct line it has been very frustrating.

    Is this a known bug?
    If so, is there a resolution?

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    Have you tried rebuilding the entire solution?
    "...the results are undefined, and we all know what "undefined" means: it means it works during development, it works during testing, and it blows up in your most important customers' faces." --Scott Meyers

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    I recompiled it. I even created a new project file and still the same problem.

    I don't think it is the debugger anymore because of something else strange that is happening.

    When I right click on a declaration of one of my class methods and select "Go to Definition" it goes to the definition sort of. The cursor goes 4 to 10 lines above the definition just like it does when I am stepping through the program during debugging.

    It doesn't matter what code or project I open this occurs every time.

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    Have you tried reinstalling VC++ .NET?

    gg

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    Have you tried reinstalling VC++ .NET?
    I requested to have it re-installed.
    I'm sure they will get around to it in the next month.
    Of course I could install it if they would allow me to, but that would be to easy.

    Thanks for the suggestions folks.

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