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PROBLEM WITH MY VISUAL STUDIO !!!!

Posted on 2004-08-12
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I have installed Visual Studio .NET yesterday and when i try to create a new project or open an existant project (in any langages c#, VB, c++) i have the following error :

""" Project WebApllication2  could not be opened because the microsoft Visual C# .NET compiler could not be created.    Please re-install Visual Studio. """"

I am wondering if it's a problem with my visual studio installation or my .NET framework !!!!

I have installed VS.NET with the same CD on my other computer and i dont error and i can work !!!

can someone can tell me what to do to fix it ????
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More info about my software version :

my VS.NET version is : 7.0.9466
Microsoft .NET framework 1.0
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Hi there,

I don't know whether or not this will help but give it a look anyway, it relates to the VB.Net comiler not C# but it's the same kind of error relating to creating the complier.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Dot_Net/Q_21037222.html

All the best mate

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