Re: Visual Studio SP upgrade
Well, I don't have those issues. If you had installation problems, then you
should uninstall and reinstall, especially if the service pack won't
install. Make sure you do the install with antivirus disabled.
Your students should be able to send via Windows Mail. The student version
of Office 2007 doesn't include Outlook as I understand it.
"PG" <PG@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> the problem is -- sp will NOT install..it pops up saying that i have never
> installed VS but it was VS that in the first place notified me that there
> and issue...
> thank goodness i have my old machine and bought a new one for the vista
> world. its kind of surprising the number of issues. there were script
> in the install process when it got to networking. there are other issues
> pop up. i am an ms fan but man this time i really wonder.
> give you another one -- if you get student version of Office you can't
> email from word. really frustrating for my students who made the jump.
> "Steve Cochran" wrote:
>> Once you install SP1, it may still hiccup a bit, but it settled down for
>> No issues now.
>> Except its very bloated and slow.
>> "PG" <PG@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > Just rcvd new hp core duo with vista ultimate. Installed (tried to)
>> > VS2005
>> > dev. Install immediately complained about not compatible. So, I clicked
>> > on
>> > MS
>> > link -- nothing shows up and then it asked "was that helpful". NO!
>> > Completed the install by just clicking run. Now when i start VS it
>> > still
>> > complains. So i downloaded latest sp from their site. Went to apply the
>> > fix.
>> > I get a pop up that says i have not installed the VS software.
>> > Besides all the install scripts that bombed in other places, is there
>> > anyone
>> > out there experiencing issues with VS2005/sp/and vista ultimate
>> > got to go by an "easy transfer cable" and i hope and pray that "easy"
>> > means
>> > what it says.....