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I just install visual studio 2010 ultimate and created an empty mvc 2 application and just after i'm running the application and i get the following error in my browser:
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so what should i do?
Sas Gabriel
Posted 15-Jul-12 9:45am
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Solution 1

What error are you getting? To be honest I would not worry about using MVC 2. Download the MVC 3 framework and start developing on that. The MVC 3 templates work well.[^]
Gabriel Sas at 15-Jul-12 17:12pm
i will install it right away, how about MVC 4?
db7uk at 15-Jul-12 17:49pm
You could but it is not fully released yet so there may be issues you encounter that means you would have to uninstall / re-install release versions etc. Not a major problem. The WebAPI stuff is great to get going on too! :)
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Solution 2

i just viewed this tutorial and found out why i get the error[^]
the problem was that i didn't had any views created and that message appeared

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