Build XNA Game Installer: Visual Studio Setup Project

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4 thoughts on “Build XNA Game Installer: Visual Studio Setup Project

  1. Jay

    Whenever I try to create an installer, it works just fine and installs my game, but there is one major problem – the shortcut in the Windows Start menu is always put into a folder called “None” instead of the name of my game. Do you know how to fix this? It’s been bugging me for months now 😦

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    1. jskiles1 Post author

      Hey Jay. Unfortunately, I don’t have access to an instance of Visual Studio 2010 anymore, and Visual Studio 2012+ has removed the standard Setup Project that I used to create this blog post. The only thing I can suggest is to check out the different folder types in the file system (near steps 8 & 9 of my post). You should be able to define the names and contents of the Start Menu folder that is created.

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