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How to debug application built on another machine?

My application crashed (with the "cannot read memory, press OK to
terminate or Cancel to debug" message) on the machine that has VC7.1. I
just copied the original project with pdb file to that machine, opened
the project, pressed Cancel to the above message, and chose this
instance of Visual Studio. But I couldn't step through my code, only
through internal MFC code.

Does anybody knows what am I doing wrong?
Nov 17 '05 #1
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