Problems with Team Explorer after installed Visual Studio 2008 SP1 RTM




I received the following error box after installing VS2008 SP1 RTM:



Team Foundation Error

Could not load type ‘Microsoft.TeamFoundation.VersionControl.Controls.ItemsUpdatedExternallyEventArgs’ from assembly ‘Microsoft.TeamFoundation.VersionControl.Controls, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f57f11d50a3a

This stopped me accessing version control…a key part if you ask me.

The first thing I tried was to “Repair” Team Explorer, but that did not help, so I had a wee google…and found:

Problem of Team Explorer after installed Visual Studio 2008 SP1 beta which lead me to Re: Bug after installer the SP1 with work items and thus to the old favourite “reinstall the service pack!”

I have opened a thread (Problems with Team Explorer after installed Visual Studio 2008 SP1 RTM) on the MSDN forums…

If the reinstall of the SP fixes my problem, I will update there…

Update 2008-08-14: Nope, no fixie… I have sent my workstation to helpdesk for a rebuild. Humph!

Update 2008-08-15: I have installed SP1 sucessfully on 3 other computers…. Even ones that already had SP1 Beta1… Must just have been my workstation… double humph!





























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