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Visual Studio keeps "getting file from the web"

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Annoying as heck... my visual studio 2010 keeps getting the same files over and over "from the web".  .JPG files, .VB files or whatever.  The time on my local machine and the remote server are the same yet it continues to get the files.  The main problem with this is that I cannot work while the transfer is taking place (a couple seconds sometimes) and very annoying.

Any idea how to fix this?
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block it with the firewall
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reinstall it
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Reinstall worked
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