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problem with Visual Studio 2005 form and Windows 7

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Hi,

I developed a windows form in Visual Studio 2005 (Visual Basic),. everything works fine as long the form is run in Windows XP, if a run in in Windows 7 it goes black !!! (see the image), waht could be generating this problem?
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That is a very strange problem indeed.  I've never seen that, but I am using VS2005 in Windows 7 and I did have some other strange problems.  Most of them were resolved when I installed the service pack 1 for VS2005.  

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=bb4a75ab-e2d4-4c96-b39d-37baf6b5b1dc
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i found the problem, it seems the colors in Visual Studio 2005 dont match with the colors on Windows 7 , thats very strange :S
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Interesting.  It seems to me that the way the color preferences work has changed between vs2005 and vs2008 (I changed my font colors, and can't seem to get back the defaults in 2005) LOL
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i found my own solution
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