Windows 10: VS2003 to run in Windows 10 1703 Build

  1.    21 Mar 2018 #1

    VS2003 to run in Windows 10 1703 Build


    There is a post here with the exact problem that I am encountering, however, I cannot revert to the last windows 10 build and reinstalling the software did not work. Is there any other way for me to run VS2003? I need to for a legacy program that the company that I work for uses.
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  2.    21 Mar 2018 #2

    Have you tried installing VS2008. It apparently supports conversion from VS2003..

    I'm not sure how much deprecated code changes will result, but if you are going to support a legacy app it should really be migrated to a supported platform, IMHO.
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  3.    22 Mar 2018 #3

    Yeah, and the program failed miserably. We really cannot use the converted program that's why we really need this software. Am I left with reformatting my software to Windows 7? apparently, I can make VS2003 run in that OS, but that would mean another license to my part. (Thank you corrupt MS)
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