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QuestionProcess Failure at startup Pin
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Yes it is possible to debug in release mode.
Details are given in the following link.

If an application works in a debug build, but fails in a release build, one of the compiler optimizations may be exposing a defect in the source code. To isolate the problem, disable selected optimizations for each source code file until you locate the file and the optimization that is causing the problem. (To expedite the process, you can divide the files into two groups, disable optimization on one group, and when you find a problem in a group, continue dividing until you isolate the problem file.)

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/fsk896zz.aspx
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QuestionWhere does the m_pMainWnd delete? Pin
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QuestionProblem in returning the used defined data type using structure Pin
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QuestionHow to get the process's DLL module address? Pin
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