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Redirect .net Framework 4.0 in VB Express 2010

Redirect .net Framework 4.0 in VB Express 2010

(OP)
I am trying to get a program to run in VB Express 2010 and when it was originally installed someone else selected to install .Net 4.0 and redirect later. Now we cant figure out how to redirect it.

Does anyone know how to do this?

A bit of history. The other person selected to install and redirect 4.0 and then went and downloaded .Net 3.5 and lastly we downloaded 2.0. At this point I am trying to get Visual Basic 2010 Express to work on anything and the programs we have are not opening.

RE: Redirect .net Framework 4.0 in VB Express 2010


Project -> Project Properties -> Compile -> Advanced Compile Options -> Target Framework (All Configurations)

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RE: Redirect .net Framework 4.0 in VB Express 2010

(OP)
Thanks.

Now I can't get some things to load. The .VB will load but not the .SLN or the .VBPROJ

Ideas?

RE: Redirect .net Framework 4.0 in VB Express 2010

(OP)
Cant get advanced compile options. Its grayed out.

RE: Redirect .net Framework 4.0 in VB Express 2010

Try this:

Tools->Options->Projects and Solutions->General->check the box labeled "Show advanced build configurations"

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