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Visual Studio 2005 SP1

Visual Studio 2005 SP1

Visual Studio 2005 SP1


Before I download this really big file, I would greatly appreciate it if someone would confirm that this is the correct file for VS 2005 running Windows XP, SP2.

My other question is whether or not this is needed if the only thing that I need to update is Crystal reports for Visual Studio 2005. I need to create a tutorial to show the differences between Crystal in vs 2005 and Crystal in vs 2008.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you.

RE: Visual Studio 2005 SP1

Oops, I forgot to say in my previous post that the update file for crystal vs 2005 is in a different file on the business objects web site.

RE: Visual Studio 2005 SP1

This is a forum for VS 6 questions relating to InterDev.  That being said, I believe that the referenced file will work with XP SP2.  I do not know about your second question.

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RE: Visual Studio 2005 SP1

Oops, I'm sorry that I posted this in the wrong forum. Thank you for answering my question.

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