I checked another post at “
mucking about in the registry. The error I get is virtually identical:
Could not find Microsoft Silverlight SDK v4.0. Plase make sure that the correct version of the Microsoft Silverlight SDK has been installed.
at MS.Internal.Platform.SilverlightPlatform.ConfigureAppDomain(AppDomainSetup setup)
at MS.Internal.Package.VSIsolationProviderService.CreateIsolationProvider(String originalIdentifier, Boolean isGlobal, String identity, FrameworkName frameworkName, AssemblyName appAssemblyName, IVsHierarchy hierarchy)
at MS.Internal.Package.VSIsolationProviderService.CreateIsolationProviderWorker(String identifier, IServiceProvider provider)
at MS.Internal.Package.VSIsolationProviderService.CreateIsolationProvider(String identifier, IServiceProvider provider)
at MS.Internal.Providers.VSDesignerContext.CreateIsolationProvider(IServiceProvider provider, IVsHierarchy hierarchy)
at MS.Internal.Providers.IsolationProviderProxy.add_UnhandledException(UnhandledExceptionEventHandler value)
I’m wondering if there’s a solution that doesn’t involve tinkering with registry entries?
Jason the Mason
Additional information:I’m on Windows XP (All updates and security patches installed). I note that the solution proposed in the link above applied to Win7, which is likely the reason that all I get when trying it was “file not found” errors.
Is this in the right forum? The lack of response has me wondering.
As is usual for these forums, I found the solution myself…I uninstalled every Silverlight SDK (for some reason I had 2, 3, and 4) and toolkit installed on my machine. I then installed the 3.0 SDK for VS 2008, and then the 4.0 SDK and toolkit for VS 2010.