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Visual Studio keeps crashing

Hi all,
I have installed Visual Studio 2005 on Windows XP. Visual Studio keeps
crashing every 10-15 minutes. Can you please tell me what can cause this
poblem and how to fix it?

May 12 '06 #1
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I cannot say VS2005 hasn't crashed on me, but I believe it has been
mainly as a result of tools I've added to it or a problem while
debugging some code. The only possible solution I can imagine is to
use the installer's Repair/Reinstall feature.

On the other had, something kind of weird that happened to me recently
was that the Toolbox icons went wacko. Everytime I opened VS, all the
Toolbox items/controls would appear with the same icon. After looking
around, I realized it was extremely easy to solve this problem by
simply right-clicking on the Toolbox and selecting "Reset Toolbox." I
suppose MS already knew about this issue...



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