.net framework 1.1.4322

  • Thread starter Hakan Fatih YILDIRIM
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Hakan Fatih YILDIRIM

Although i had installed .net framework 2.0 and visual studio
2005,when i want to open an application writen in c#,
an exception occurs: "To run this application you first must install
one of the following versions of .net frawork:
v 1.1.4322
v 1.0.3705"

doesn't .net 2.0 framework contain .net framework 1.1 and all its sub
versions? Why does this exception occur in some .net applications?

Best regards,
Hakan Fatih YILDIRIM
MCP
 
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Guest

It seems to me that has happend when using VS 2005 to open a VS 2003
solution. Is that what you are trying to do? If so, the conversion process
needs to basically open the old VS 2003 which depended on the earlier .Net
version.
 
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Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]

Hakan,

No, it does not. If the application was compiled against an earlier
version of the framework, then you need that version of the framework
installed. I think you can try and redirect to use a more recent version of
the framework (at your own risk, of course) by modifying the config file.
 

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