Last post Aug 10, 2011 07:51 PM by daveblack
Aug 06, 2008 09:46 AM|Khushbu84|LINK
I have restored my OS. So I am supposed to install .net framewroks for Visual Studio 2003 and Visual Studio 2008. So I need to install .net framework 1.1 and 3.5, If I am not making any mistake.!
So I want to know the order to install .net frameworks and Visual Studio 2003, 2008 on my machine. I have heard that you should first install service pack and then corresponding .net framework. I dont know this so I need your help.
And one more question. Should I first install all needed .net frameworks and then Visual Studio 2003 and 2008 OR I should install Studio after the installation of corresponding .net framework. For Example, If I install .net framework 1.1 and then Should
I install Visual Studio 2003 OR I can install Studio without following any .net framewrok installation order.
Note: I am not using Visual Studio 2005. But I am going to install SQL Server 2005. So I know that to install SQL Server 2005, you should have installed .net 2.0 on your machine.
Please help me out. I need to install all these as soon as possible.
Aug 06, 2008 09:58 AM|whatispunk|LINK
I would install all the frameworks first then all the Visual Studios. Personally, I would just keep running Windows Update until there are no more updates. This will install the frameworks in the appropriate order, along with any other service packs, etc.
Then you can install VS and SQL.
But make sure you install IIS (if you plan to) before installing .NET2.0-3.5.
Aug 07, 2008 08:45 AM|cv_vikram|LINK
Install in these ordes=
2) .Net Framework 1.1
3) Visual Studio.Net 2003 with latest service packs
4) .Net Framework 2.0 ( If needed )
5) Visual Studio.Net 2005 with latest service packs ( If needed )
6) .Net framework 3.0 ( If needed )
7) .Net framework 3.5
7) Visual Studio.Net 2008 with latest service packs
Follow this order and everthing is going to work fine.
Aug 08, 2008 02:35 AM|Figo Fei - MSFT|LINK
Please install IIS first, or you'll need to register .NET in IIS after .NET Framework installed.
VS 2003 setup includes .NET 1.1
VS 2005 setup includes .NET 2.0
VS 2008 setup includes .NET 3.5
It is guaranteed to install previous version and then the latter version, so the right (recommended one) order is VS 2003 > VS 2005 > VS2008.
About .NET Framework installation, the truth is .NET 1.1 uses CLR v1.1, while .NET 2.0/3.0/3.5 all use CLR v2.0 (.NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0/3.0/3.5 can coexist in one machine)
.NET 3.5 is built on .NET 3.0 which is also build on .NET 2.0...for more versioning explanation please also refer to
May 27, 2009 01:45 PM|dgentilework|LINK
I have a similar question, but I am installing on a different operating system and I need to maintain OLD ASP pages as well as the newer .NET 2.0 applications, but unfortunately we have not yet gone on to .NET 3.5
These are my current specs and we are prohibited from using Windows Update:
Windows XP Professional Version 2002 SP2 - with IIS 5.1 and Message Queueing installed
MS Office Professional Edition 2003
This is what I need running on the same machine (still maintaining regular ASP pages also):
Visual Interdev 6.0
Visual Studio .NET 2003 Enterprise Architect
Visual Studio .NET 2005
SQL Server 2000
SQL Server 2005
Visual Sourcesafe 6.0
.NET Framework 1.1
.NET Framework 2.0
IIS and ASP.NET 2.0 setup
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SQL server 2000
sql server 2005
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VS2005 sourcesafe sourcesafe2005 working folder
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ASp .net 1.0
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Mar 23, 2011 03:27 AM|jayason|LINK
Can I install .net framework 4.0 after that .Will it have any impact on other frameworks ?
Aug 10, 2011 07:51 PM|daveblack|LINK
You can install .NET 4 independently and before or after any of the other .NET framework versions. .NET 4 is built on its own framework - though it is backwards-compatible with previous .NET versions.