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Posted on 2004-10-15
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I am running VS. 2003

I am getting an error, another version is installed and wont continue.  I have tried several things and it wont uninstall it.


I have the assembly set to <Assembly: AssemblyVersion("1.0.15.*")>

I have the Version under explorer set to 1.0.15
Remove Previous Version set to yes
Search path is there

Thank You Experts,

MJ
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what OS?  when you run VS. 2003, you get this error?  or when you try to upgrade VS. 2003 you get this error?  What version do you have?  professional, enterprise, academic?  etc.

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I am running XP
VS Studio .Net 2003 Pro

It is when I am compiling my project that seems to be the issue.

The compiled msi when ran is getting that error.  It is a different version that is be installed, but I still get the error to uninstall instead of automatically uninstalling the previous version.


Let me know if you need more.

Thanks,

MJ
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