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I'm not sure which version of Microsoft Visual Studio it is, and I'm not really sure where to look for that info. I can't find an executable in any of the folders to open it. It must have been installed with Windows.

I have NETframework 2.0 on the computer but it has been updated to ver 3.0 x86

Edited by Hotrod1955, 06 June 2007 - 01:39 PM.

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You can have all versions of .net framework installed, as visual studio says 2.0 then check that is there as well as 3.0
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I can't find where the version is for Visual Studio
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Any clues in add and remove

Microsoft Visual C++ 2005
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No there is nothing in Ad/Remove for either one of those
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At the top of add and remove, is show updates ticked
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I checked the box but it still shows no reference to Visual Studio..

When I search I get 4 files, they are:

Microsoft Visual Studio.......... C\ Program files

Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003

Visual Studio Team Core.dll......... C\ Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\VS Runtime

Visual Studio Team CoreUI.dll...... C\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\VS Runtime\1033
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Will get back to you
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Is it still blue screening?
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No it seems to be working fine now, I used it all last evening and then left it turned on last night and it's still working good.

I think you got it fixed.

I really appreciate you taking the time to help me solve this very aggrivating problem.

Take care Keith and thanks again,

Hotrod
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Thank You for letting me know
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