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DirectX 9 installation

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The full SDK does not install the "managed" SDK for C# and VB. I only see C++ SDK install. Any one having this problem? What is the work around of this installation bug? I also notice no C# and VB samples or tutorial are installed in the samples directory. Maybe MS tested installation for C++ SDK only. Thanks

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It installs all of those things if you don''t uncheck them during install.....Do you have .NET installed? And VS.NET?

The full SDK is 222mb - this was the one you installed??

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Yes, I do have NET 1.1 and VS 2003 Beta installed. It simply don''t installed the "Managed" SDK piece. I saw some other post having similar problems and I wonder if there is another way around this installation problem.

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It does. If you are looking for the VB.Net and the C# docs, you''ll find them only inside Visual Studio.Net.

I found it strange that MS did not put any shortcuts to the docs on the startmenu, but anyways, you''ll find them from inside VS.Net

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