I made a small research and the answer from helped me to resolve both issues. None of the above worked for me. If the error happens again, try reinstalling the application. If the problem recurrs, then check the event logs for any further details. It's important to check off possibilities with an error as vague as this one. Thanks a lot, Vs2008 and asp. What they do is to leave you a message in the flag box telling you the url of the Microsoft web site that explains how to fix the problem, by re-registering ieproxy.
Changing port number worked for me too said. I hope I gave enough info about this for you guys. Was working last night, not working this morning, no work done on the site in the meantime. If that doesn't work, please kill all processes like WebDev. Best Regards, Dillion webdev webserver40. I am working remotely and unable to connect to my home server. Hi i have developed a web application,and i want to run that application,i see it by View in browser,then it is showing error:webdev.
I got the same problem too. . Net Development Server - Port:49809 Port 6555 is the port set in the properties. Hi, not worked for me I'm afraid. Thanks for you post, fixed the issue Anonymous said. The answer by is correct.
I was working with config files. Apparently it uses a different version of Dev Server which is in. Now I can create and open my previous projects. If that doesn't work too, try solutions mentioned at: One thing that bugs me out here is that you are getting process name webdev. Socket P10: I am not sure of the relevance of P9 but I thought hmm could the port it was using be blocked. But finally stopped at your's and it worked like charm.
Edit Editting a solution file is very easy. I have encountered this issue Visual Studio 2012 for Windows Desktop has stopped working. The only thing I can think of that might have changed on my system between the time it last worked and the time it stopped working was installing Trillian Astra, and GoToMeeting. Looking for guidance on this error brought me to , which gave the following explanation: You would get above error if ieproxy. In the meantime, one extra line of code in your Global. Well I don't think this is a Dreamspark issue, as I tried it with the normal Trial software from the Visual Studio website and those gave me the same error. Something I'll consider in future.
Hi everyone I need Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate or Professional for my studies in Informatics. I do not know where Port: 49809 is from. I remembered that I had installed it before running Visual Studio 2012. Changing the port worked like a charm. After trying several other suggested solutions to this problem I stumbled across your suggestion and it worked perfectly. Tried running all installers one by one, with admin rights and without, with compatibility mode and without, but nothing seemed to help.
Any tip to solve this problem without reinstalling everything would be greatly appreciated. A Google search for aecbbldsrvrc. Had the same problem as this and tried most of the suggestions here, resttarting the machine didnt work so i simply changed the WebServer port number and it started working again, magic. Thanks in advance for any suggestions. But I have to add to this issue: I refreshed my Windows 8 installation so I kept personal files but programs got deleted and now I'm able to install it without an issue. Machine response time seemed to be slow, so I rebooted. So I suggest you post your issue to the website below.
So I knew that the issue was bigger than just deleting a registry key for Visual Studios. This comment has been removed by the author. After I removed the key, Visual Studio now starts and I'm rolling forward. My app could find this file. Just changed the port to one that was working for another project.
But i need to restart the application to make it work. I'll try contacting Dreamspark but I would really like you guys to look into this with me please. Not sure why this happened but a project I was working on just stopped working, others worked fine. Same problem when running as Admin. Sounds like the typical fairy dust was sprinkled around and made it all go away. On my 64-bit Windows Server 2008 R2, there is no such entry in the path you referenced for a 64-bit machine.
This reports contains huge number of images. When I open Visual Studio everything is fine, but when I open any solution, it comes up with an error: Visual Studio 2012 for Windows Desktop has stopped working. Interop Okay, this is a mess. Not the answer you're looking for? During shutdonw, I had problem in closing three Developer Web Server instances. Since am the the bottom of the learning curve, I can't begin to imagine what caused it. Thanks to Anthony and AlaN for your suggestions. After trying so many suggestions, this is the one that really works.