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Strange problem with debugging!

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Hi I am running into strange problem and I would really appreciate any hint.....

I am writing in this section because I am certain this problem relates to the operating system.
I am programming in Java and since last sunday I have had no problems debugging my code until yesterday my computer freezes everytime I try to trigger a breakboint using the mouse down button.

The reason why I am writing in this section is because I ran Windows in "Safe Mode with Networking" and Debugging in Safe Mode is working perfectly.

So what could possible be conflicting with the mouse when running Windows in normal mode ?

Before this started happening I installed the BitDefender virus protection program and since then this started to happend. Therefore I ran the Windows System Restore to the point BEFORE I installed the BitDefender but still I had the same problems. The computer freezes when pressing the mousebutton in Debug mode.

I would appreciate any hint now because I have no idea where to look....

Edited by dorman, 18 October 2006 - 04:31 AM.

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