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:unsure: Hi... all

 

Please give me some advice ? My PC has .net framework 1.1,2.0 and the latest 3.5.When windows try to install ver 1.1 SP1(through automatic updates),it didn't work,failed and failed again.

 

I tried to find the the answer to fix this problem at Microsoft.com but I can't get it,yet. Is it safe just keep ver 2.0 and ver 3.5 and remove / uninstall ver 1.1 ?

 

Thank

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:unsure: Hi... all

 

Please give me some advice ? My PC has .net framework 1.1,2.0 and the latest 3.5.When windows try to install ver 1.1 SP1(through automatic updates),it didn't work,failed and failed again.

 

I tried to find the the answer to fix this problem at Microsoft.com but I can't get it,yet. Is it safe just keep ver 2.0 and ver 3.5 and remove / uninstall ver 1.1 ?

 

Thank

Hi abu aufa,

You may have already seen these threads.I am not sure.

It seems you need to cleanup 1.1 and the MS installer.

This can be done with this MVPs work .It works for all .net versions . It is a real time saver. Keep a link to his site and look around.

You will see this guy is a .net framework genius . I have used his tool and had no problems.

http://blogs.msdn.com/astebner/archive/200.../30/611355.aspx

 

DennisD did a lot of work investigating .Net framework and this thread is very similar to your exact problem. This is why I think once you clean up where your problem is then you can reinstall with no problems.

We will be here also.

http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?s=&amp...ost&p=91132

 

Man, did you just save hours/days of headaches.That's what this forum is all about. :D

Good luck,

:) davey So it seems clean-up and reinstall is what you need to do and leave the other versions alone. B) Sweet!!!

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Hi abu aufa,

You may have already seen these threads.I am not sure.

It seems you need to cleanup 1.1 and the MS installer.

This can be done with this MVPs work .It works for all .net versions . It is a real time saver. Keep a link to his site and look around.

You will see this guy is a .net framework genius . I have used his tool and had no problems.

http://blogs.msdn.com/astebner/archive/200.../30/611355.aspx

 

DennisD did a lot of work investigating .Net framework and this thread is very similar to your exact problem. This is why I think once you clean up where your problem is then you can reinstall with no problems.

We will be here also.

http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?s=&amp...ost&p=91132

 

Man, did you just save hours/days of headaches.That's what this forum is all about. :D

Good luck,

:) davey So it seems clean-up and reinstall is what you need to do and leave the other versions alone. B) Sweet!!!

thanks a lot ...davey

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