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    Hi
    i wanted to try soundforge 11 under w10 64bit
    but the installation stoped with a warning about Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
    on my w10 64bit pro i have not even Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5

    is it normal that a program like it needs Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 ?

    did someone have the same issue?
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    You paid $375.....demand an answer from Soundforge.
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  3. When you say "I wanted to try Soundforge 11" I presume you mean you're running the trial before purchasing. While you can't demand an answer while on the trial, you can still use the online support.

    https://www.custcenter.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/4840/kw/dot%20net

    This FAQ article includes links to the .NET Framework and Visual C++ prerequisites for installation.
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    Originally Posted by drjtech View Post
    When you say "I wanted to try Soundforge 11" I presume you mean you're running the trial before purchasing. While you can't demand an answer while on the trial, you can still use the online support.

    https://www.custcenter.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/4840/kw/dot%20net

    This FAQ article includes links to the .NET Framework and Visual C++ prerequisites for installation.
    hi
    yes i wanted to try
    the problem is .NET Framework v2
    does somebody installed under w10 ?
    it doesn't even include framework 3.5
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    Originally Posted by hech54 View Post
    You paid $375.....demand an answer from Soundforge.
    hi
    but is there a subscription ?
    by the way yes i wanted to install the trial version
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    yes they claim it works on w10 as long as your computer meets the minimum specs. http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/soundforgepro/techspec

    and you can install/enable dot net 2 on win10 - http://www.groovypost.com/howto/enable-net-framework-2-windows-8/
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    Originally Posted by aedipuss View Post
    yes they claim it works on w10 as long as your computer meets the minimum specs. http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/soundforgepro/techspec

    and you can install/enable dot net 2 on win10 - http://www.groovypost.com/howto/enable-net-framework-2-windows-8/
    hi
    thanks a lot
    i will try it
    but i can't understand why soundforge need framework 2 , to keep compatibility with xp ?
    is at least 64bit ?
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    soundforge i believe is a 32 bit program.
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    If it's a 32bit app, and they want to continue maintaining support for XP (which may be reasonable given their user base), it wouldn't make sense for them to fork and develop an additional application strictly for 7/8/10 64bit users (particularly if their feature set doesn't include anything that requires or takes major advantage of 64bit capability).

    In other words, if it's not broke why fix it?

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