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So, let me just say: I am soooo not loving Visual Studio 2019. It's more buggy than a cheap hotel in Times Square.
My latest fun: Suddenly, I can not open the properties page for a driver project anymore. When I try, I get:
Anybody else see this? Why does VS 2019 hate me so much?
I've tried removing and reinstalling the WDK... no help. I've tried disabling and enabling the WDK Extension in VS. No success.
My colleagues can open the project properties... But I can't. Perhaps it's a conflict with one of the (other many) extensions I have installed? How on earth do I even go about debugging this??
Before I try to chase-up my friends on the WDK team and claim they have a bug, I want to be sure that this isn't a solved problem. Or something unique on my system...
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