unable to run Dotnetnuke starterkit from the IDE

Hello,

I installed dotnetnuke starterkit and made a new dotnetnuke website project in Visual studio 2005.
I renamed the file relaese.config into web.config and  press ctrl+F5.
After the build secceed message in VS I saw the installation process in internet explorer.
At the bottom of the page there was a message "installation succeed" and a link to a portal.

When I click this link I get an error page in IE "the page cannot be displayed" ... DNR error. The url is "http://localhost:3950/dst/"

I stopped the site and try again to "run without debugging" but still the same.

I use th edefault database and default settings. I did not made more change.

How can I do run the website from Visual studio2005.

Thank you
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jeebukarthikeyanCommented:
Hi ,
delete all the dll and compile it again
and run
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PHDAuthor Commented:
You say : delete all dll in the bin directory and rebuild the project ?
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PHDAuthor Commented:
I deleted all dll in the bin folder of the website and after I made a reduilb all but now the build failed because namespace are missing ...
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jeebukarthikeyanCommented:
hi,

just name all the namesapces and rebuld the solution
if any clss file are used first build that and then go for solution

b u d d h a
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PHDAuthor Commented:
Here is the solition that I found :

Add this line in the web.config in the appsettings section :  <add key="UsePortNumber" value="True" />
   
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