Visual Studio 2010 Project Loading Issues On Windows 7...

Hi,
At work I recently was forced to upgrade from Win XP to Win 7 on my local laptop. I run Visual Studio 2010 Pro on it, and after the upgrade I'm having issues fully loading a C# project. It will only completely load after a fresh install and configuration of IIS 7 (the turn windows features on or off process). If I close the VS Project, and then re-open it the website portions of the project do not load (see attached screen shots). I right click the unloaded portion of the project to re-load it, but as you'll see it can't find the website, and requests me to turn on IIS, and/or run VS as administrator. IIS is on and configured, and I am running as administrator. The only way I have been able to get the project to load again is to uninstall/reinstall IIS.

Has anybody had such an experience?

Cheers,
Ty
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MedtronicVascSRAuthor Commented:
Hi,
Yes, I had already performed that task.

Cheers,
Ty
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MedtronicVascSRAuthor Commented:
Hi, I decided to rebuild the entire solution from scratch, and that seemed to solve to issue.

Cheers,
Ty
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