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I made a c# program using Visual studio 2010 but when I run its exe file on another computer I get an error message telling me to install ".NET 4"...

First, is there any way to make my program compatible with previous .NET versions?
(because I don't want to install ".NET 4" on every computer before I run my program on it)

Second, can you provide me with a ".NET 4" setup file for windows XP???

thanks in advance,
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You need to change the .NET version you are targeting in your project, see this MSDN article[^] on how to do this.

You can either use the web installer[^] or use the standalone installer[^] for Microsoft Microsoft .NET Framework 4.
   
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 19-Sep-11 20:12pm
   
Correct, my 5.
--SA
George_Rasmi 20-Sep-11 6:33am
   
this is what I'm looking for :)
thanks Andre
André Kraak 20-Sep-11 6:49am
   
Your welcome.
The release built from the VS2010 would have a dependency of .Net Framework 4 so you may not be able to run it on a machine if it does not have framework 4 installed. Actually you can add the framework 4 runtime as part of your project so it gets installed along with the program if you create a package of it but with an exe you would still have the issue.

This is the link for framework 4 installer to download:

http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=17718[^]
   
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George_Rasmi 20-Sep-11 6:33am
   
thanks prdshukla :)
that was usefull
Pradeep Shukla 20-Sep-11 8:05am
   
ur welcome..

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