I’ve been playing around VS.Net 2005 Beta 2 for a while now and like it so much that I’ve converted the BRayTracer to use it exclusively. Yes, this means you need .Net 2.0 to run all future versions, but it’s worth it.
What worked for me specifically, was:
Of course, look in your C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework folder to see what versions you have.
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