sábado, 11 de noviembre de 2006 11:58I have been attempting to install the .NET framework on an XP Pro machine, but it continues to freeze. First I attempted to install v2, but now have been directed to use v1.1 for work. I was given a cleanup tool, but this has not helped. There appears to be registries for v2 in my system. The installation cointinues to freeze and now my CPU is cranking at 100% all of the time (plus Norton has identified a common .dll as a virus). Any thoughts?
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sábado, 11 de noviembre de 2006 12:03Moderador
Disable norton as AV software do block installations!
I would first do a scan on the system to make sure you do not have viruses. After that, I would turn off Norton and start installing .NET Framework 1.1, then re-enable norton. .NET Framework is not a virus no matter what it reports (after scanning the system for viruses and finding and removing them), some AV Software are sensitive than others.
martes, 14 de noviembre de 2006 19:42
Actually, I had to uninstall my AV software, go offline, uninstall all upates and frozen installations, reinstall them, and even so, I am having error messages for partial install/uninstall states. A bit of a mess.
Does anyone know of an installation cleanup tool?
viernes, 13 de abril de 2007 14:50Moderador
One thing to try is to get your original copy of .NET Framework 2.0 (http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/netframework/aa731542.aspx) and reexecute it.
You will be given the options of repair and uninstall. Choose repair. Then run again and choose uninstall.