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    Mine Visual Studio is not able to run New Programs

    Hi All AO's,

    I have Installed Visuall Studio in my computer which is carrying Vista Home Premium OS

    And i tried to open a new programs

    VB.net and ASP.net

    Window Applircation Form , Console Application

    But i have got the following Error as attached screenies in it i am still not able to figure out what is the error regarding

    and finally i have only one way to find out i.e. AO

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    Which version of Visual Studio do you have?

    2003 or earlier will not work with Vista.

    If you have 2005...download their service pack 1
    http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/bb265237.aspx

    Edit...they have an update to their SP1 for Vista
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

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    Woopss i forgot to attach screenies

    Hi,


    i just forgot to add the screenies...


    and yes it is 2003 version
    Attached Images Attached Images
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    HeadShot Master N1nja Cybr1d's Avatar
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    Well...M$ will not support 2003.

    2 Solutions:

    -Update Visual Studio
    -Downgrate to XP

    You could also take a stab in the dark and follow microsoft's advice:

    Visual Studio .NET 2003 on Windows Vista Issue List

    The information below identifies the known issues you will face when using Visual Studio 2003 on Windows Vista. While Visual Studio 2003 is not supported on Windows Vista if you choose to run it then we advise you to do the following:

    * Run Visual Studio with elevated administrator permissions
    * Be a member of the "Administrators" group on the local machine
    * Right-click the Visual Studio icon and select the "Run as administrator" option from the context menu

    Note: You can create a shortcut to Visual Studio and select the option to always run with elevated administrator permissions. Using this shortcut would be the equivalent of the right-click method described above.
    Good Luck.


    P.S. Have you tried running it in compatibility mode?


    Edit:

    Check out this blog:
    http://codebetter.com/blogs/peter.va...re_2900_-.aspx
    Last edited by Cybr1d; February 1st, 2008 at 08:50 AM.

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    Hi Cib,

    I m running it on the administrator ID

    so not requirement for premission

    i was actually able to work it for the very frist project but as soon as i closed it once and tried to open it the second time a new project it gave a error for solution

    and after that Its not working

    but Console application does work properly
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