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I have a question abvout excuting VB.NET .

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I have a question about excuting VB.Net program on other computers.
my program can excute on my computer nicely,but can not excute on other computers. I wondering is it my programs' problem or computers' problem.
 Thank you the one who can answer my question.
 
Have a nice day.

Ge Gou
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gegou:

Its probably because the target machine doesn't have the required runtimes. try using the package and deployment wizard (if .net has one) to create a installation program and then install on the target machine.  
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Hi Buddy!
First of all you need to check whether the .NET Framework is installed on other machines or not. Second use Inshalled Shield Package & Deployment Wizard which comes with Visual Studio.NET. that will give you the opportunity to install .NET Framework on other machines along with your application.
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