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When you try to create a Microsoft ASP.NET project in Microsoft Visual Studio, Visual Studio may stop responding. You may also experience the following symptoms:
This issue occurs because the Inetinfo.exe process may load the Bmwebcfg.exe process or the Bmnet.dll file. When this behavior occurs, the Inetinfo.exe process may stop responding.
Visual Studio uses the Inetinfo.exe process when you create ASP.NET projects. Therefore, Visual Studio may stop responding. Additionally, Internet Explorer may stop responding when you browse ASP.NET Web pages.
Note Certain malicious software applications may also install the Bmnet.dll file.
To resolve this issue, use one or more of the following methods:
Uninstall the accelerator in Cingular Connection Manager
Uninstall Cingular Connection ManagerTo uninstall Cingular Connection Manager, follow these steps:
Uninstall PCS Connections ManagerTo uninstall PCS Connections Manager, follow these steps:
Upgrade or uninstall ByteMobile Configuration ManagerByteMobile has addressed this issue in ByteMobile Optimization Client v2.3. If you upgrade to this version, you may resolve the issue. However, you can uninstall ByteMobile Configuration Manager. If you have to uninstall ByteMobile Configuration Manager, follow these steps:
Remove the Bmnet.dll fileTo remove the Bmnet.dll file, download and then install the LSP-Fix utility. To obtain the LSP-Fix utility, visit the following Web site:
http://www.cexx.org/lspfix.htmNote The LSP-Fix utility can sometimes help correct Internet connection problems that are caused by incorrectly removed Layered Service Provider (LSP) software.
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Article ID: 910435 - Last Review: February 27, 2006 - Revision: 2.3