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Can Paint.NET be used as a U3 application?


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I recently found a program that creates U3 applications. That is, they can be loaded by special flash drives. I tried creating Paint.NET as a U3 app, but I am having trouble, and I was wondering if somebody could help. Paint.NET will work if you copy it to a folder on your flash drive, am I correct? If so, why is it that U3 doesn't work? It's not like the program is folder-dependent, right? Well, hopefully someone is able to help. Thanks

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What is the error message? Have you tried this with any other .NET apps?

There's no error. It just...doesn't load. Wait! that gave me an idea. I think I know the problem. I was testing it on my other computer, which I'll be willing to bet doesn't have .NET framework. I'll post back with an update.

No idea. Paint.NET as a U3 app is not supported.

It should be able to be made into a U3 app as long as it isn't folder-dependent. If I can get it working, I'll post the app.

Edit: I can confirm that Paint.NET works as a U3 app so long as the computer you are using it on has the .NET framework installed. Anybody with a U3 flash drive can get Paint.NET U3 here

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