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Inability to load "incompatible" files following Visual Studio 19 update

Mike_M_1
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Microsoft sent out an update to VS19 Community this am (HST).  Before that, my VS19/PSXE2020u4 system was working fine.  After updating, I attempted to restart VS and continue my work, but got message "There was a problem opening 'FSSRM.for'.  Please load the 'COGNIT (incompatible)' project and try again."  I got a variant of the same message for COGNIT.for.  Those were the only two files open in the VS19.  There was some other stuff, which I can provide if needed, including Error Code: 0x0000139F.

In addition to attempting to reload my project, I also tried all possible combinations of reinstalling PSXE2020u4; no joy.  Would appreciate having a way to avoid completely rebuilding this project (for the second time ...)

Mahalo, Mike

 

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Steve_Lionel
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  • Open a Windows Explorer (file) window to view the solution folder.
  • Click View, then Options.
  • Click View
  • If not already selected, click "Hidden files and folders > Show hidden files, folders and drives
  • Click OK
  • If you now see a folder named .vs, delete it.

Now try VS again.

 

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Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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  • Open a Windows Explorer (file) window to view the solution folder.
  • Click View, then Options.
  • Click View
  • If not already selected, click "Hidden files and folders > Show hidden files, folders and drives
  • Click OK
  • If you now see a folder named .vs, delete it.

Now try VS again.

 

Jastcher
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made an account just to say THANKS!

Mike_M_1
New Contributor I
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Thanks, Doc.  Your solution got me part way to where I needed to be.  However, it also revealed a shortcoming in how my project files were set up, so I ended up doing a complete rebuild anyway.  I think it's a worthwhile investment in the future.

Thanks again for your help.

Aloha, Mike

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