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Problems creating new application with VS on Vista


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#1 _Unicron_   Members   -  Reputation: 289

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Posted 11 July 2009 - 09:31 AM

Not strictly a programming problem but couldn't see of a more appropriate board to post on. Anyway.... I'm having a problem creating Win32 console or Windows apps. When I try to create the application two windows pop up -- One saying the navigation to the current page has been cancelled and the other opening up my browser with the project settings. However, the browser with the settings is not complete (there are actually no option, whereas you usually get MFC, blank proj etc..) . There is a finish button but it does nothing. This problem occurs on both VS2005 pro and VS2008 pro and is really p*ssing me off. It's a pain having to create a project on my laptop so that I can transfer it onto my main dev machine. However, I can create c# Windows Forms Applications just fine : I get the feeling this is actually some permission problem with Vista as a very similar thing happened when installing SP1 and repairing the VS installation. Anyone seen this or have any idea on how to fix it. I came across one guy who had the same problem after many hours of trying to fix it (and Ive lost the link now :@), but MS basically gave the response that they couldnt reproduce the problem and so no solution was given :( Uni

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