Pycharm debugger can't start: finished with exit code -1073741819 (0xC0000005)

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After reinstalling anaconda, I set up a new Pycharm project. When I debug one of my python scripts it get this error:

pydev debugger: process 12636 is connecting
Process finished with exit code -1073741819 (0xC0000005)

This only happens when I debug. Any advice?

For reference, these are the software versions I am currently using:

Python version: 3.5
Pycharm version: 2017.3
Anaconda Navigator version:1.8.7

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asked on Stack Overflow Jun 1, 2018 by BOB FLORMAM • edited Jun 1, 2018 by vealkind

4 Answers

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Same problem as you Bob.

Here is my workaround (not a complete fix but it does the job) :

Copy/paste the entire sites-packages folder from the anaconda (or miniconda => works for me too) to the default python interpreter and switch to this default python.exe interpreter inside your project (Settings -> Project Interpreter).

For example overwrite the folder C:\Miniconda3\Lib\site-packages to C:\Users\ YOUR_ACCOUNT\venv\Lib\site-packages

After that run AND debug modes are both available.

Hope this help !

answered on Stack Overflow Jun 8, 2018 by Fabrice Leray
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In my case, updating the pyqt4 package (precompiled version) solved the issue.

answered on Stack Overflow Oct 12, 2018 by emher
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Similar to above I've encountered this with a range of packages with pyCharm--usually closing and opening pyCharm fixes the issue (updating pyCharm version).

If that doesn't work, I methodically update all python packages.

answered on Stack Overflow May 24, 2019 by Bjc
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I got the same error when running PyCharm debugger with code that includes following:

from pympler import muppy
all_objects=muppy.get_objects()  # this method causes pydev debugger exit

It was fine if execute the same piece of code through PyCharm in non-debug (Run) mode. Disabled the above code in debug mode, issue resolved.

Environment: PyCharm Community 2019.3, Anaconda 3, Python 3.7.3, pympler 0.7, Windows 10 Enterprise

answered on Stack Overflow Dec 13, 2019 by Jonathan L • edited Dec 13, 2019 by Jonathan L

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