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Mini dump created but empty

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VS 2005. I have compiled my dlls/exes in Release mode and also setting
Debug Info="full"under Project - Properties - Build - select "Release"
under "Configuration" drop down - the Advanced button at the bottom.
When I compile, I get all pdbs for each dll/exe. We are running Win
XP. At the client, my app then crashes, and a dump is created on the
user machine where the app runs, but it is completely empty. Of
course, I would like to get a mini dump to generate so that I can do
post mortem analysis with the pdbs I created. I thought the mini dumps
are always generate on WinXP when a managed app errors out with an
unhandled exception. Any info - am I missing a .NET or XP setting I
need to enable on the user machine...? Of course, on my developer
in-house machine I get the mini dumps created. thx

Mar 1 '06 #1
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