I'm hoping someone can help me out because I'm extremely close to completely bugging out in the office right now...
So here's the deal; we use Visual Studio 2010 (Ultimate) for web development. The application I'm developing right now is pretty large: about 300mb across 8 projects (including 3rd party libraries). Whenever I work on an ASPX or ASCX (actually it seems to be any file with a codebehind or designer file) file that is over about 100/150 lines it can take up to a solid minute to save. And of course, like most programmers, pressing CTRL-SHIFT-S is so ingrained into my head that it's basically an every-other-minute reflex.
I've combed the google machine (and even gasp bing) and found a few things to try but to no avail. I tried disabling any extensions and clearing the MRU cache and all that jazz as well but I still have the same problem. I've also tried disabling (and even uninstalling) Norton Antivirus.
This is the system I'm experiencing the problems on:
- HP EliteBook 8460w
- Intel Core i7-2630QM @ 2.00GHz
- 8GB DDR3 RAM 64-bit
- Windows 7 Professional w/SP1
- ATI FirePro M3900 Mobility
- Toshiba MK5061GSYN 500GB SATA HDD
I considered that perhaps it could be the disk access rate? I have a SSD that I'm going to be installing tonight so I'll update if that ends up fixing it but in the meantime PLEASE if you have any suggestions at all let me know!