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  1. .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 Project

    I followed these instructions, and seemed to get the framework installed fine. My problem is the framework includes WPF, as you pointed out, but what all else needs to be installed for WPF specifically? I am missing something just following these steps because my application is still returning Presentation Framework errors, specifically system.windows.markup.xamlparse. Is there a specific set of requirements or steps I can follow for .net 3.0/3.5 for a WPF application?
  2. WPF on Windows 2000

    Yes, I followed that... doesn't seem to work, I am still getting PresentationFramework errors. I split out and made this topic because the specific questions are for Windows Presentation Foundation. My apologies though, I can see your point. I will post in there from now on...
  3. Ok, so I have developed a WPF application and am now looking to provide a windows 2000 install package. Now obviously the .net framework from microsoft doesn't support Windows 2000, but everything I have been reading up to this point indicates there is no reason for this other than MSoft doesn't want to do it. Can someone help me out? Is there a good way to get .net framework 3.0/3.5 onto a windows 2000 machine for the purpose of running a WPF program? Any help would be appreciated.