The FxCop 1.0 I was using ought to be able to recognize its code boundaries and stay in its jurisdiction or space,but It didn't. It spilled its code and icons all over my disk,just like orca did in 2010,in a smaller scale,fortunarely.Icounteracted
by restoring the platform and reinstalling the entire windows SDK.the platform and Sdk worked well except that the code manager in charge of the Buffer Overun message kept the old message and the new restored FxCop 10.0 turned off.Which Of the code managers
has the Elephant Memory and how can I run the new restored app?
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