mmm.. Good new or bad news ? Since I have some other PCs available in the
office running XP Prof. (everything works) and 3 PCs with XP Home at Home
(nothing works), my last hope was, that there is any special hint to get WPF
applications running on those systems....
In the meantime I've checked some other hints , like this: http://blogs.msdn.com/nickkramer/arc...20/506180.aspx
I don't' have any any Beta installations since last month, I've restored
everything from the original XP installation CDs. Some of my projects require
VS2003, so I've installed this version, then VS2005 then then WinFX
components. In the GAC I see only Microsoft things and 'Crystal Report'
> It works fine for me. Sounds like you might not have removed all previous
> versions try unintalling (usually everything that has beta next to it) and
> then run the js script as mentioned in Tim Sneath's blog located here
> Another nice to do is update your video driver.
> "wolfi" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > Has anyone tried the November CTP on XP Home (with SP2) ?.
> > I have installed it on 4 computers with this OS without any big success.
> > Either everything crashes with 'bamlParseException' (see another post in
> > this
> > forum) or the WinFX application runs once after reboot and subsequently
> > shows
> > a black window only (I've read about this problem elsewhere).
> > On WinXP Pro everythings seems to work as expected (tests on 3 computers).
> > When the 'bamlParseException' occurs, I get a .NET 2.0 Runtime error in
> > the
> > event log (EventType clr20r3, P1 windowsapplication1.exe, P2
> > 1.0.2174.39917,
> > P3 43a08a4a, P4 presentationframework, P5 6.0.5070.0, P6 435ad00d, P7
> > 556d,
> > P8 406, P9 4npnftxuxdlcnidnulbbejhvsu4dpbp2, P10 NIL.)
> > --
> > Wolfgang B.