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vs 2013 express for web not working..

vs 2013 express for web not working..

vs 2013 express for web not working..

Dear All,

i have installed vs2013 express for web on my computer[windows 7, sp1) and when i tried to open the ide i got the following error as have run as admin.

A proper type library could not found in the system registry

i tried many solutions but didnt work our and my user account is admin account as well.

looking forward your valuable reply.


RE: vs 2013 express for web not working..

Is IIS installed? If not, uninstall VS2013 Web, install IIS, then install VS2013 Web

RE: vs 2013 express for web not working..


IIS has installed.when i tried to login my computer using administrator account where i can able to run vs2013 successfully.
only facing this issue when i login with my own account which has administrator rights.i have installed this vs2013 express for web using my account

Looking for your valuable reply.

RE: vs 2013 express for web not working..

Could be a 32-bit/64 bit or permissions problem.

1) Try starting it from the cmd prompt in Windows/SysWow64.
2) Check that you can launch a simple web page from your account.

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