VISTA comes with .NET 2.0/3.0 installed. Theoretically, applications made on
older .NET version (1.x) would work OK with .NET2.0/3.x. Your problem is
intallation. If the application comes as an installation package with
specific .NET version as prerequisition, then the installer would prevent
the installing continue if the specific ,NET version is missing.
If you can know the inside of the application and can "install" it wiout use
the package (say XCopy the exe and dll to a folder), it would work. Or, ask
the original author to re-do the installation package to remove the .NET
specific version prerequisition. Or, you can download .NET 1.1 framework and
install it (multiple .NET framework versions can co-exist side by side).
"HedsLuv" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I have work software that requires specifically .net framework 1.1.4322
> and with my Vista Premium 32-bit I am not having success installing
> Another work software requires .net framework 2.0.
> Does anyone know what I have to do to make these two versions work on
> my Vista?
> Thanks for your help in advance.