This message appears in the following instances:
- If you are loading a Visual C++ executable to AQTime, it may happen that the executable's main PDB file is found but an additional vcX0.pdb file to which the executable also refers does not exist. Here, X is the major version number of the Visual C++ compiler used for compile the executable. For instance, this file is called vc60.pdb for Visual C++ 6.0 and vc70.pdb for Visual C++ 7.0. Without this file, it may be impossible to profile some functions of the executable.
- If you are loading an executable whose main PDB file is obsolete. Therefore, the PDB file might include some functions that does not exist in the executable, and vice versa.
It is up to you to decide whether to load the executable to AQTime in these circumstances. If you press Yes, the file will be loaded anyway. Pressing No will cancel loading the file.