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EntryPoint NotFound Exception when trying to execute Silk4NET Test in debug mode

EntryPoint NotFound Exception when trying to execute Silk4NET Test in debug mode

When running a Silk4NET test in debug mode within Visual Studio 2010, you may encounter the following exception:

System.EntryPointNotFoundException crossed a native/managed boundary
  HResult=-2146233053
  Message=Unable to find an entry point named 'EventSetInformation' in DLL 'advapi32.dll'.
  Source=mscorlib
  TypeName=""
  StackTrace:
       at Microsoft.Win32.UnsafeNativeMethods.ManifestEtw.EventSetInformation(Int64 registrationHandle, EVENT_INFO_CLASS informationClass, Void* eventInformation, Int32 informationLength)
       at System.Diagnostics.Tracing.EventProvider.SetInformation(EVENT_INFO_CLASS eventInfoClass, Void* data, Int32 dataSize)
  InnerException: 

The exception indicates an issue with the Visual Studio 2010 configuration and environment. 

To resolve the issue you will need to do the following:

Click on the 'Debug' menu and select 'Options'. Ensure that the following option is unchecked:

With this option unchecked, you should no longer receive this exception when running in debug mode.

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