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Visual studio 2005 soulution file not opening in Visual studio 2005 IDE

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I have VS 2003 and VS 2005 in my machine but the problem is whenever i open 2005 solution file it is not opening in visual studio IDE by saying it is not a valid solution file. But if i open the IDE first and open the solution from File->open-> Soulution it is opening fine. I need both the version in my machine how can i solve this problem?
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Go to your window explorer, locate the solution, press right button, choose "Open with...", Browse for the VS2005 executable file, possible c:\program files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\.........msdev.exe
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