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How to disable .NET framework in vc++ 2005

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My development environment is VisualC++ 2005 and I recently tried running my game on a friends computer. Unfortunately, his computer pops up with an error message, saying that
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"To run this application, you must first install one of the following versions of the .NET Framework: v2.0.50727"
The thing is... my app doesn't make use of the net framework at all. My app is SDL based and doesn't contain any windows specific code in it. I'm sure my game must be linking with .NET otherwise it wouldn't be giving me these messages. But since I'm not using .NET for anything, how can I turn it off in my vc++ project.

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Open project properties and there navigate to General section. There under "Common Language Runtime support" you should select "No Common Language Runtime support".

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