Visual Studio Debugger continuously plays the standard warning sound
I have a very strange issue/problem: When debugging my application (a humongous c++ software making many strange things), the Visual Studio Debugger keeps playing the Windows default warning beep sound, over and over. Mostly on interaction within my 3D renderer. If I start the application outside Visual Studio, no sounds. If I start the application within Visual Studio without debugger, no sounds. If I start the application with the Debugger, Bing Bing Bing Bing Bing... If I start the application outside Visual Studio and attach with the Debugger to process, Bing Bing Bing Bing Bing... I checked with the sound applet in the control panel, it really is "Standard Warning" sound. By the way, there are no runtime errors logged by the Debugger. The application runs just fine as far as I can tell. Oh, and I am talking about Visual Studio 2015, Windows 10, and C++. Any Ideas how I can get rid of these sound bings? Anyone had this issue before? It is definitly a first for me... sigh
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