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BOOK: Professional XNA Game Programming: For Xbox 360 and Windows ISBN: 978-0-470-12677-6
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Old July 25th, 2007, 09:23 AM
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How I can Install Xna Express On The Visual Studio 2005 Professional edition. when i try to run XNA Game studio express 1.0 refresh . setup show message that you must first install c# 2005 express Edition to continue but i have professional edition not express edition Please help Me to use xna under visual studio professional edition

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Your question is answered on pp. 12-13 of the book. Ben has a tool on his web site to convert projects to/from many different formats. I found it by searching his blog for XNA articles.
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There's a way to use XNA with Visual Studio 2005 but you won't be able to the content pipeline anymore, and that's a big deal. Also, if you'r aiming at release stuff on Xbox360, that feature is simply not available in VS2005.

In other word, it's better to stick at Visual C# Express. I'm in the same situation but well, you can't do much withouth the content pipeline. Templates are also wiped out if go for VS2005.
 


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