I’ve a problem in asp.net [ so crazy :D ]

 i can’t debug or run without debug my asp.net web pages when I’m online [ connected to INTERNET ]

after i turned off my router my problem gone can any one help me to solve this problem.

I’ve set my local network TCP/IP information with my isp settings.

there is no PPPOE connection in my system.

 another thing that my IIS is not responding  because when i type localhost in IE my sys hang and CPU usage is 100% :D

 I’m using windows xp sp2 1gb ram visual studio 2008 entrp and lately i’ve downloaded IIS 6 and SQLSERVER 2008 from Microsoft.



 make sure debug is on in your web.config file as per the following line


thank you ahmedabad but the debug mode is enable and my problem persists yet. 


Firstly, we need to make sure IIS can serve website correctly.

If we create a simple ASP.NET website, does it have the same issue? If it has the same issue, it seems that IIS doesn’t work well.

Please try to reset IIS and run Aspnet_regiis.exe (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/k6h9cz8h(VS.80).aspx) with -i option to update the script maps of all existing ASP.NET application
with current .Net Framework.

I look forward to receiving your test results.


thank you Thomas.

I had tested all ways to solve my problem like uninstalling iis or reregistering it in aps.net [regiis] but i think my problem is in the network and my ports [ not in system settings ]  because I can’t run asp.net pages with file system [ in windows XP sp2

but i think its better for me to change my operating system to windows 7 rtm.

win 7 is completely integrated with .net framework 3.5 and it’s pretty fast.

i don’t have those problem now Laughing[ now I'm so happy ] 

sql server and visual studio run much faster than ever [ I’ve to say great job to Microsoft

But i think Eset Smart Security Business Edition 3.0.650 32bit is my problem.

when i installed it into win 7 my problems came again [I disabled it but it blocked my ports again]

maybe eset must  release some patch for its protection solutions :D

You can test it on your machine. 

thank all for answers. 

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