Resolved My NuGet manager never loads any list... VS 2012

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I am at a loss, Ive tried several things off Google but no luck..

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I don't think VS 2012 supports Nuget v3, if you remove that source does it work with v2?

The package manager extension for VS2010/2012 only goes to 2.8.3 NuGet Package Manager - Visual Studio Marketplace
Reason was explained here: NuGet 3.0 CTP 1 Released
For this first CTP of NuGet 3.0, we’re only updating the extensions for Visual Studio 2013 and Visual Studio “14”. We’re not releasing an update for Visual Studio 2010 or Visual Studio 2012 at this time. We have always had a single extension that targets both of those versions, whereas we have separate extension for Visual Studio 2013 and Visual Studio “14”. NuGet 3.0 is now using some libraries that require .NET 4.5, and that would rule out updates for Visual Studio 2010.

Whether or not subsequent releases for NuGet 3.0 will target Visual Studio 2010 is still undecided, but we’re strongly leaning toward cutting Visual Studio 2010 from the release. If we do make that decision, we’ll remove Visual Studio 2010 support from the Visual Studio 2010/2012 extension, making it Visual Studio 2012 only. We’d then provide support for Visual Studio 2012, Visual Studio 2013, and Visual Studio “14”.
There is not a newer extension just for VS 2012 that I could see.
 

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I dug around my toy box and found this, need to make sure the key is still good.. wish me luck :)

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If you have Win 10 or 11 go for VS 2022 Community: Visual Studio 2022 System Requirements
Just note that there might be reasons to hold off on VS 2022 for the moment. It's quite new and there are a few bugs, although not too many. It also lacks support for some third-party packages at the moment. I'm using VS 2022 despite this and I do like it, but I still have VS 2019 installed for a few things too. You can open the same projects in both, although I'm not sure whether those created in 2022 can be opened in 2019. It definitely works the other way though.
 

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I recently created a solution + project in 2022 and opened it on my other machine with just 2019 and it worked. Of course, it was just a simple console app with a few NuGet references, but it did open restore the packages without issues.
 
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