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VS 2005 corrupting "source" view code?

I've been working with my project for a while now (a few months), then today
it I opened up one of my pages (web app) and got the following:

"Can not switch to Design view because of errors in the page. Please
correct all errors labeled 'Can not switch:' in the Error List and try
again."

The errors are a bunch of :

"Error 1 Validation (XHTML 1.0 Transitional): This name contains uppercase
characters, which is not allowed. ...."

and

"Error 2 Validation (XHTML 1.0 Transitional): Element 'html' is missing
required attribute 'xmlns'. ..."

I haven't touch this page in several weeks and the project has been
compiling just fine -- then suddenly I open this page today and viola, I get
all these source errors?? And the problem gets worse, any page that I know
open and click on "Source" will started to generate these errors?? What the
heck is going on?

Apr 5 '06 #1
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