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Debugging custom DLL built with Visual Studio 2008

I have written some custom functions in C++ using Visual Studio 2008 and compiled them into a dll that I am loading with lr_load_dll in vugen 9.50. I'm now in the debugging phase and am having difficulties getting into the Visual Studio debugger.

When the functions in the DLL crash, or even if I insert a DebugBreak() call, it pops up an mmdrv crash dialog that offers me the opportunity to send a report to HP. What I need to find is a way to suppress this dialog in favor of the standard Visual Studio "Abort or Debug" dialog.

Anyone know how to do this? I know I got it to work the last time I did a custom DLL this way, but that was quite a while back on either LR 8 or 9.0.


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