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Netduino Plus 2 / Visual C# ~ Laptop Upgrade

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Hello Experts: Scenario,

I have a Netduiono Plus 2 (about a year old). It is programmed using MS Visual C#. I am switching from an HP laptop (Windows 7) to a Samsung (Laptop Windows 8). Programming and Netduino communications work fine with the HP (original laptop). When I attempt to Debug (run) a program using the new Samsung laptop, the assemblies are deployed, but the program never starts. Communication appears OK between the Samsung and the Netduino. Troubleshooting assistance would be appreciated as I am learning both the Netduino and C#. Thanks all!

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by:SAMIR BHOGAYTA
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hi..

May be it is due to framework difference between windows7 and windows8. Change the framework of solution then try again.
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Not sure why, but a re-install of Visual C# resolved the issue.  Thanks for your response.
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Other responses did not resolve the problem.
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