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    Kodu install

    Just looking to see if its worth it installing Kodu for the new term. Got the latest msi. Does anyone who has installed it modify it with an MST before they push it out. Don't know what settings are fully involved but have gheard for our spec machines we need to some options to get a better frame rate and don't want to do this on all individual PC's. Any help or advice appreciated before I go any further.

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    just use the msi BUT deploy xna framework 3.5 then 4 first or it fails

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    Thanks, just tried it on a PC and it runs but it did complain it needed 4, once installed it ran surprisingly OK, (did take of a couple of the viewing options). Now got to sort out a .net 4 msi now

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    Quote Originally Posted by sted View Post
    just use the msi BUT deploy xna framework 3.5 then 4 first or it fails
    Yep - stick these two on first, then its all fine. They are in a task sequence with dependencies for me in SCCM

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    Just got around to looking at this again, Got the Kodu msi but has anyone got the xna framework msi's (3.5 and 4 as noted above) or could point me to the right ones? I have found xnafx40_redist.msi so far but finding all sorts and not sure of correct ones.

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    Kodu install

    Recently installed it (as standard) like someone else said requires XNA 3.5 first.
    Last edited by DanTheLacky; 15th September 2014 at 05:07 PM.

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    Yes I know it needs 3.5, have found the 4.0msi but can only find 3.1 files, so that's why asking if anyone has a copy of the 3.5 they have used.

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    yes i have, il drop you a message tomorrow with a link

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    Thanks, much appreciated.

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