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Cannot View Diagnostic Tools in VS17
Diagnostic Tools in Visual Studio is a great tools for developers to learn the read-time performance of their program. Today I just make a clean installation of Unity 2017.1.0f3 and Visual Studio 2017 version 15.2 Release. Then I download the HoloToolkit-Unity and make a very simple unity project with only the camera and spatialmapping prefab in it.
I deploy the code to HoloLens as usually but encounters this message in the Diagnostic Tools
The diagnostic tools failed unexpectedly. The Diagnostics Hub output in the Output windows may contain additional information.
Then I look into the Diagnostics Hub which says
No such interface supported Unable to start Standard Collector. Please try repairing your installation of Visual Studio.
I don't understand why this issue occurs. I have tried to re-install/repair the VS17 but the issue persists. I also make a clean installation in another computer but also encounter this issue. Searching from google doesn't give me too much positive results.
I really want the diagnostic tools because it greatly helps me to find a performance bug in my program (And that is why I move to VS17 and Unity2017)
Can any one help me point out what the issue is or does anyone also encounter this issue?