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VS.NET Designer Memory Leak

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I am having a problem opening/editing two particular ASP.NET files in
Visual Studio .NET
Whenever I open one of these pages inside VS in the designer mode,
devenv.exe starts using 100% of the CPU and starts eating up memory. My
system has 1.2GB of RAM and it'll use this up in about 30 seconds and then
start in on the virtual memory. I've seen it use around 2+GB before I've
ended the process. I can right click the file and 'view code' just fine.
Also, I can run (debug) the project and I'll be able to view these pages
without problem. This only happens when I try opening the designer for the
pages.

Additional Information:
This project was developed by someone else in the office and I loaded it
onto my system.
The original developer has not seen any problems with the pages
I have been able to duplicate this problem on another machine by giving a
copy of my project to another person.
These two pages are a basic search and an advanced search, so they share
similar components between them.

Thanks,
-dave
Jul 21 '05 #1
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I have run into the same problem too...For me, they are part of my project...that all of a sudden started to produce this issue. My only changes were updating infragistics to Vol 4....I do not recall if I experienced the issues immediately after updating infragistics.

Dave, have you figured out the issue?
Thanks,
John

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