I'm interested in checking out this XNA game design program by microsoft, but before I can install it I need Visual C# 2005 Express Edition. But before that I need to uninstall the .NET Framework 2.0. To be honest I don't really know much about this subject. By uninstalling the framework will I be causeing myself any problems? And what does the framework really do? Any feedback would be great. BB22
So is my undertanding correct or am I completely wrong. The .NET Framework is just something that supports websites etc. for viewing. And the visual c++, c# etc are programs that allow you to build them?
.Net is a p;rogramming language. Programs that are written in .net require the framework installed in order to be able to run. Therefore I would not uninstall it.
If you download and install Visual C# Express and it already finds .net framework 2 installed it should ignore it. Where did you find that you have to uninstall it first? I already had it installed when I put Visual C# on. It went through without any problem. It may also install a version of SQL Server as well.
[quote]Before you get started, make sure to uninstall all pre-release (beta) Express software from your computer. You must uninstall all Visual Studio 2005 and Express betas before installing a final release of any Visual Studio 2005 Edition, including an Express Edition. You must also uninstall the beta version of the .NET Framework 2.0 before installing any Express Edition final release. [/quote] From [url] click here[/url]
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