I tried installing the latest Intel drivers (downloaded from www. View product datasheets, manuals, drivers and CAD files.
Anybody knows what this means and how to fix it.How to fix: I had the problem that my "scan state" was "downstream store disabled".Q:
Creating a nuget package that supports multiple versions of the same assembly
I am trying to create a nuget package that contains an assembly that can be deployed to machines running both.NET Framework 4.0 and.NET Framework 4.5. I have the following packages.config file
This package can be installed on a machine that has.NET Framework 4.0 installed, but it fails to install on a machine that has.NET Framework 4.5 installed. This is because Autofac.Mvc5 and Autofac.Web.Mvc5 both depend on Autofac version 220.127.116.11-beta4, and this is where the conflict arises.
I was thinking about making Autofac and the other packages "locked" to a particular.NET Framework version, but I don't know how to implement that. Any suggestions?
Ok, I have found a solution to my problem, although not one that is ideal. In order to accomplish what I want, I created two packages, one for.NET Framework 4.0 and the other for.NET Framework 4.5. In each package I then added an assembly dependency on the Autofac assembly. This has the effect of forcing the Autofac assembly to be a reference to version 4.0 0b46394aab