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I have downloaded a few of the sample projects from the official farseer physics website and i just cant get them to run on my xbox.

-My connection to the xbox is fine, other xbox projects debug fine on my xbox -I have tried running both the xbox versions of the samples (for example the farseer hello world sample project) and the windows version by right-clicking the project and making a copy for xbox.

I get a bunch of errors but what i always get is "unreachable code detected" referring to code in the farseer library, it seems to be a problem to do with referencing/linking the farseer library to the main game project.

Help please!

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Unreachable code is a warning, not an error. It should still run ok. Are there other errors? Can you post them and the relevant code? –  Andrew Russell Nov 6 '12 at 8:03
will investigate further when i get the chance , tommorow, i will gather more info and debug logs, thanks for the reply –  Hugh Nov 8 '12 at 10:05
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about a misconfigured development environment that will not be able to produce a good answer. –  Vaughan Hilts Apr 15 at 23:35
Please see the discussion about "debug my code" problems here. –  Josh Petrie Apr 16 at 22:51
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Nevermind, I think the problem was to do with my visual studio being corrupt. I reinstalled and now everything is fine!

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Mark this answer as accepted when you get the chance. :) –  Jonathan Hobbs Nov 10 '12 at 10:57
How on earth did VS get corrupt, and how did you figure this out? –  ashes999 Jan 9 '13 at 12:09
To be absolutely honest, i never really pin pointed the problem, i re-installed VS and then the problem was gone. –  Hugh Jan 10 '13 at 15:39
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