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Visual Studio hangs up after using design or split view

Posted on 2013-05-17
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I typically will use the source view when developing but I've always liked to use the split view to make quick visual changes. I've noticed that if I switch to the split or design view and then back that the editor and even the save process hangs up visual studio. While I've found that closing and then re-opening fixes the problem that's not an ideal solution.
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I was having the same problem.  Disable you AV and then check if it hang up.
Install sp1.
Uninstall Microsoft Web Authoring Component
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Reinstall VS.

Also,
Try with upgrading your Ram
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