Can't Debug ASP.NET 2005 Using localhost location

Hi,

I originally had VS.NET 2003 on my computer, and could debug Web applications using my localhost.  I uninstalled VS.NET 2003, and installed VS.NET 2005 on my computer.   When using VS.NET  2005,  I can debug ASP.NET Web applications using the location file system c:\Denise\WebSite.  I can’t debug ASP.NET 2005 Web applications using the location http://localhost/WebSite.  I modified my web.config file to have compilation debug="true" with no success.  I set my default page=default.aspx.  I get the following error when I attempt to debug:

An unhandled Win32 exception occurred in aspnet_wp.exe [2260].

Thanks,
Denise
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aki4uCommented:
Try to run iisreset from command line.
Also, go to IIS, locate your folder and see if everything is ok.
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nauman_ahmedCommented:
Please check the event log and paste the error information here.

-Nauman.
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DeniseGoodheartAuthor Commented:
Hi Nauman,

Where is the event log located?

Thanks,
Denise
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DeniseGoodheartAuthor Commented:
Hi aki4u,

I checked IIS and restarted it with no success.

Thanks,
Denise
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orbulatCommented:
check event log -->
control panel -> administrative tools -> event viewer, check the event ID  and search the corresponding issues

http://www.theserverside.net/discussions/thread.tss?thread_id=38680

http://www.eventid.net
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orbulatCommented:
or simple type "eventvwr.msc" in "Run..."
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DeniseGoodheartAuthor Commented:
Hi All,

I fixed the problem by going into IIS->Web Sites->WebSiteTest Properties->ASP.NET Tab->ASP.NET version: 2.0.50727

Thanks,
Denise
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orbulatCommented:
oh great, it's just simple version selection of ASP.net
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aki4uCommented:
Read my first post.
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DeniseGoodheartAuthor Commented:
Many Thanks aki4u for pointing me in the right direction with IIS.  

Denise
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