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NullReferenceException occuring on installed exe

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OK,

I have a brand new computer for my client. It is a *clean* Windows XP
system.

I ran dotnotfx.exe on the system to install the .Net framework. I checked
under add/remove programs and it appears to be installed correctly.

I installed my app on the system. I clicked the executable after the
install and I get a list of NullReferenceExceptions that are refering to the
controls on the form. If I click continue, the form comes up, painted
correctly. But if I interact with any of the controls (all standard window
controls), I get a new NullReferenceException.

This says to me that .Net framework is not properly installed. I
uninstalled and reinstalled. Same problem.

What am I missing? Any thoughts?

Gardner
Nov 20 '05 #1
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* "BoloBaby" <bo******@hotmail.com> scripsit:
I ran dotnotfx.exe on the system to install the .Net framework. I checked
under add/remove programs and it appears to be installed correctly.

I installed my app on the system. I clicked the executable after the
install and I get a list of NullReferenceExceptions that are refering to the
controls on the form. If I click continue, the form comes up, painted
correctly. But if I interact with any of the controls (all standard window
controls), I get a new NullReferenceException.


Can you post the complete exception message?

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<URL:http://dotnet.mvps.org/>
Nov 20 '05 #2

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