IE 8 + VS 2010 don't seem to play well with each other. I have an ASP .NET project running in .NET 4.0 mode. THe project contains two solutions, one is a solution that generates a DLL for my business logic layer, and the other is the ASP .NET website. What happens is that I can debug the application usually the first time. Then if I close the IE window to quit debugging I can go change some code. I either do change code, or do not change code, it doesn't matter, occasionally (and it is very random), when I start debugging again, all I get is a blank IE window. You can see the title of the page and it looks like it might continue to come up, but it does not.Pages that seem to have the most issues are pages with many controls on it. We use DevExpress controls almost exclusively in our projects and one of the .ASPX pages that I set as the start page has a lot of DevExpress controls on it. When launching that page it occasionally comes up, and sometimes it does not.The database server the application gets data from is only used by one person (ME), and there is no blocking occuring on it, so it's not pausing due to a blocking issue as I've checked for deadlocks on the SQL Server.I'm running Windows 7 x64, VS 2010, all latest patches. Also occurred on Windows 7 x32, VS 2010 with all the latest patches as well (windows update is not indicating I have anything left to patch).Additionally, when this blank IE window comes up and you view source, you can see that part of the page HTML has been generated by ASP .NET but it stops at random spots during page generation.
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