Visual Studio Error when Compiling - "Microsoft.VsHub.Server.HttpeHostx64.exe has stopped working"
I'm trying to learn to code on my own having a ten year break since I coded in C and Java back in college. I downloaded Microsoft Visual Community on a brand new laptop, i7 2GHZ, 12GB RAM, 512 SSD. Upon compiling my first C# Hello World, from the MVA C# Tutorial program, I keep getting this error repeatedly, so much so that I get multiple instances of the Error window:
"Microsoft.VsHub.Server.HttpeHostx64.exe has stopped working" Debug | Click to Close
If I close the window, the window pops up again If I click debug, Visual Studio opens up again and it requests to load Microsoft Symbols from an online library. It then rests in a steady state showing a project window identifying: Microsoft.VsHub.Server.HttpeHostx64 as a project.
How do I make this error go away?
I am also experiencing this same problem with Visual Studio Community, trying to do a simple windows form application in Visual Basic. After I code the form and execute it, the build takes place and the single form displays on the screen. Then I receive the message you identified. Regardless of pressing debug or close, the error continues to pop up, even after I shut down Studio. To stop it, I must go to task manager and end the VSHub.Server process