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  • Question


    Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0: x86 (KB928416) will not install


    also if i look in the add/remove programs i have the following listed.



    microsoft .net framework 1.1

    microsoft .net framework 1.1 hotfix

    microsoft .net framework 2.0


    can you tell me what i need to do in order for this to download



    Thursday, October 18, 2007 1:49 AM


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  • Hi, can you please tell us what error you are getting and whee are you installing 3.0 from?


    Can you send logs starting with dd_8.8 from your %temp% folder?


    Thursday, October 18, 2007 6:33 PM
  • i'm not sure what you mean by logs starting with .....  can explain a little more????


    i was at the microsoft update screen and it was one of my software updates.   


    i get this error


    error signature


    eventtype:  clr20r3   P1: servicemodelreg.exe  P2:  3.0 4506.30

    P3: 4545a225  P4 : missing  P5: missing  P6: missing  P7: missing

    P8: missing  P9:  system.accessviolationexception





    Friday, October 19, 2007 3:11 PM
  • Hi rzeta94,

    You can try to use the following steps to get the machine back into a known state and then install things back one by one:

    1.       Download the .NET Framework cleanup tool and choose to cleanup the version of the .NET Framework that is causing problems on your system

    2.       Download and install the version of the .NET Framework that you cleaned up in step 1 (such as the .NET Framework 1.0, .NET Framework 1.1 or .NET Framework 2.0)

    3.       (optional) Download and run the .NET Framework verification tool to double-check that all .NET Framework files are correctly installed

    4.       Download and install the desired .NET Framework service pack (such as .NET Framework 1.0 SP3 or .NET Framework 1.1 SP1) by running the setup package directly instead of using Windows Update.  Running it directly will allow the service pack setup to display error dialogs instead of having Windows Update suppress them

    Running these steps should ideally put your machine back into a known good state with the .NET Framework plus a service pack installed. For more details, please visit What to do if other .NET Framework setup troubleshooting steps do not help


    Monday, October 22, 2007 5:27 AM