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Try to log the startup sequence by some log mechanism, like OuputDebugString() or File write.
Is there any chance to have code which will run in Release mode?
Any code which is written by compiler directive like #ifndef.
C++
#ifndef _DEBUG
    ..
#endif


The following link may help you to find out this issue.
http://forums.codeguru.com/showthread.php?269905-Visual-C-Debugging-Why-does-program-work-in-debug-mode-but-fail-in-release-mode

In the debug build, if you have incorrect message handler signatures this doesnt cause any problems.

But MFC does a couple of naughty type casts in the message map macros. So when you build the same code in release mode, you are guranteed to run into trouble.
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