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This bug also applies to VS 2013. Solution worked for me too. My win81 machine already had .Net 3.5 and 4.5 installed. Disabled .Net 3.5 and fully enabled 4.5 and installation runs even without reset.


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If you are using VS2010 or above you can you the extension "Visual Studio Window Title Changer". Install this and use the following 'Window Title Setup' expression to display the solution path: 'sln_dir + "/" + orig_title' Use the extension manager to download and install the extension. Details of the extension and how to use it can be found here: ...


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I had a similar problem. removing and adding the reference solved it for me. for more details you can refer to stackoverflow question


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As the error message suggests , you first have to install the Windows Vista Sp1, next the Windows Vista Sp2, now all Updates from Windows Update. Now when your system is up to date, install the Visual Studio 2010.


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Try the SwitchStartupProject extension, as suggested in this question. It adds a drop-down list to your toolbar that lets you switch startup project quicker than using the Solution Explorer.



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