Environment: Windows 10, MSVS 2013, .NETMF 4.3
Working on my first Gadgeteer project with FEZ Spider Starter Kit but using the T43 display.
I was making progress originally with various modules attached but the TE35 that came with the Starter Kit showed only a blank screen.
With the T43 attached I at least got the startup messages.
At some point, not sure exactly when, I started receiving the above message. I also noticed that I had 22 warnings from the Device.targets file referring to invalid child elements. Here is an example:
Warning 18 The element ‘Target’ in namespace ‘http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/msbuild/2003’ has invalid child element ‘ResolveRuntimeDependencies’ in namespace ‘http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/msbuild/2003’. List of possible elements expected: 'Task, AL, AspNetCompiler, AssignCulture, AssignProjectConfiguration, AssignTargetPath, AxImp, CallTarget, CombinePath, ConvertToAbsolutePath, Copy, CreateCSharpManifestResourceName, CreateItem, CreateProperty, CreateVisualBasicManifestResourceName, Csc, Delete, Error, Exec, FindAppConfigFile, FindInList, FindUnderPath, FormatUrl, FormatVersion, GenerateApplicationManifest, GenerateBootstrapper, GenerateDeploymentManifest, GenerateResource, GenerateTrustInfo, GetAssemblyIdentity, GetFrameworkPath, GetFrameworkSdkPath, GetReferenceAssemblyPaths, LC, MakeDir, Message, Move, MSBuild, ReadLinesFromFile, RegisterAssembly, RemoveDir, RemoveDuplicates, RequiresFramework35SP1Assembly, ResolveAssemblyReference, ResolveComReference, ResolveKeySource, ResolveManifestFiles, ResolveNativeReference, ResolveNonMSBuildProjectOutput, SGen, SignFile, TlbImp, Touch, UnregisterAssembly, UpdateManifest, Vbc, VCBuild, Warning, WriteCodeFragment, WriteLinesToFile, XslTransformation, CodeAnalysis, CL, Link, BSCMake, CPPClean, Get…
C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\Microsoft.NET Micro Framework\v4.3\Device.targets 499 6 Miscellaneous Files
I tried a clean project with no modules connected to the Spider but to no avail.
The FEZ config says everything is up to date.
Any help would be appreciated.