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Visual Basic.net 2003 standard

Postby bXVzaWNfY2hpY2s1 » Sun, 12 Jun 2005 04:06:59 GMT

I am trying to reinstall viusal basic.net 2003 standard but whenever i try, 
it says "insert prerequisite disc" and then it cycles through loading a 
{*filter*} program, and then uninstalling, reinstalling, etc. 
Can anyone help me get past the prerequisite disc?

Re: Visual Basic.net 2003 standard

Postby Douglas J. Steele » Sun, 12 Jun 2005 07:23:01 GMT

I'd suggest asking in a newsgroup related to Dotnet.

This newsgroup is for questions about setting up and configuing Access, the 
database product that's part of Office Professional.

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Doug Steele, Microsoft Access MVP
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