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Default Visual Studio 2005 AND vs 2003

I have been using 2003 successfully for at least 2 years.

I am about to install Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 on the same laptop.

Is there any danger of not being about to continue to use the previous systems, while slowly converting them to the new?

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Hi Morris,

If you're asking if you can install them side-by-side, then the answer is yes: you can install VS 6, 2002 / 2003 and 2005 all side by side without a problem.

If you already have SQL Server (Dev edition or the MSDE) then you'll need to install a named instance of SQL 2005 but that's no problem.

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