SSIS PROJECT_NAME.dtproj' cannot be opened because its project type (.dtproj) is not supported

I have a horrible problem !
I updated my SQL fro 2012 to SQL 2014 - I had to unistall and install the sql 2014 x64 iso to get this done in the end.
I have Visual Studio 10 installed see below for version etc
I created a load of SSIS packages using Visual Studio 10 and now none of them will open and come up with the message above.

I get this error - how can I get to open my packages and run or create new ones with this environment? Is there a convert tool. I run the packages via VS10

PROJECT_NAME.dtproj' cannot be opened because its project type (.dtproj) is not supported by this version of the application.
To open it, please use a version that supports this type of project.  


Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Version 10.0.40219.1 SP1Rel
Microsoft .NET Framework
Version 4.5.51650 SP1Rel
Installed Version: IDE Standard
Microsoft Visual Basic 2010   01011-532-2002361-70920
Microsoft Visual Basic 2010
Microsoft Visual C# 2010   01011-532-2002361-70920
Microsoft Visual C# 2010
Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Applications 3.0   01011-532-2002361-70920
Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Applications 3.0
Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2010   01011-532-2002361-70920
Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2010
Hotfix for Visual Studio 2010 Shell (Integrated) - ENU (KB2548139)   KB2548139
Hotfix for Visual Studio 2010 Shell (Integrated) - ENU (KB2549864)   KB2549864
Hotfix for Visual Studio 2010 Shell (Integrated) - ENU (KB2635973)   KB2635973
Security Update for Visual Studio 2010 Shell (Integrated) - ENU (KB2645410)   KB2645410
Visual Studio 2010 Shell (Integrated) - ENU Service Pack 1 (KB983509)   KB983509
Chris MichalczukConsultantAsked:
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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
Do you have both (MSSQL & Visual Studio) installed in the same machine? If so, that's no recommended since they may share dll's and now seems like MSSQL 2014 just updated some of those dll's.
Brian CroweDatabase AdministratorCommented:
There may be an easier way but if all else fails I have been able to get around solution/project issues like this by creating a new project and just pulling the dtsx packages into it.  This typically doesn't require a lot of recoding depending on how they are set up.

It's also possible that something in your Data Tools was corrupted by the uininstall/reinstall of SQL Server.  You could try uninstalling and reinstalling Visual Studio and Data Tools for 2014 and see if that works.  You could also take the opportunity to upgrade to Visual Studio 2013.
Chris MichalczukConsultantAuthor Commented:
had to install new version and our IT managed to get it working

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Brian CroweDatabase AdministratorCommented:
What did you install a new version of?  People that stumble onto this question in the future might appreciate learning from your experience.
Chris MichalczukConsultantAuthor Commented:
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