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i m getting an error as follows
the operation could not be completed unspecified error visual studio 2010
when i try to debug the project.

it is working when i create new project and debug it. it is not working for my main project. i m using visual studio 2010 ultimate.
plz help
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Solution 1

Have you tried to delete the "Your_Solution_FileName.suo" file?
The .suo file is in the same folder of the .sln file, and contain various information like the opened files list,
and some preferences that are not saved in the solution file (like the starting project) and other things.
Normally you can delete the .suo file without problems. The you need to re-set the starting project of
your solution.
Just for to stay on the safe way, you can rename the .suo file, and then retry to start the solution, to see
if this help.
In my experience sometime VS crash on start because there is an error in some source code, and due to
that error VS can't compile the code, and then crash because without compiled code it's unable to show
form in design mode. In this case, deleting the .suo file will solve the situation because it reset the open
files list, so the solution can start up without opening/showing any
TAUSEEF KALDANE 27-Jun-14 2:28am
sir i got the solution,
i deleted old web.config file and then add new config file and now it is working properly.
Prasad Avunoori 27-Jun-14 2:47am

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