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Do you have Microsoft.net Framework, version 1.1 Service pack 1
Can be confirmed in add/remove
Microsoft.net Framework, version 1.1 Service pack 1
No, just version 1 and hotfix to version 1.
This seems to be a know issue.
Check these links,HERE and HERE
You could try the V&S FORUM,if you post in the v&s forum be sure to link this thread.
Tried the first link but no dice. The second one has me confused and am not sure what they are saying. I someone could explaion I would appreciate it.
I don't know what happened to the link,I always test in preview first.
Tom, What I should have said was I tried everything that was suggested at the Link. All failed. If I Wiped the hard drive and did a clean install and then reinstall all updates would that solve the problem?
What I suggest.....
Is to try the V&S FORUM since this is what they do,and link this thread there so they know what was tried already.
How do I link this thread? I feel so dumb
Right click on your address bar,on top where it says //forums.cnet.com/5224-4_102-0.......right click copy.When in the other thread right click paste.
I uninstalled Microsoft.net 1,2, and 3 with all their updates.Then I reinstalled all and KB928366 installed successfully
Glad its solved,thanx for posting back
The KB928366 won't install problem is all over the web
Just do a google search. I am following the following advice posted at
and doing NOTHING.
"Security Update for .net 1.1 SP1 (KB928366) Fails
Time to thank MS for another one. It would appear as though lots of people are having a problem with the KB928366 update that was shoved at them not installing and being stuck with the yellow shield that won't go away. If you read here:
these updates kb928366 and kb928365
why is everyone trying to do these updates these are for sp1 not sp2 we all have sp2 buy now and these updates are for sp1 if you want to stop the icon in your system tray click the icon tick the dont ask me again box and cancel it i dont understand why you are all trying to update it and going through all that trouble for nothing
.NET Framework updates
If you are correct then why when running Windows XP/SP2 would Microsoft Updates show both for downloading and installing when scanning for the monthly updates?
do you think that thay have made a mistask every ones computer is not taking the updates it is not only disscused on this site it is on every site up for discustion and i think microsft has made a booboo
i really have no idea -
To answer your question, I have no idea, but then Microsoft will only correct the problem in their own way. Perhaps next month they may have a fix through Updates - who knows, but in the meantime I am not going to uninstall and reinstall when my computer is running just fine. "When it ain't broke don't fix it" is my motto!
ummm ... If that's the case, then why does MS update say it's a critical update ... even with SP2 AND Framework 1.1, 2.0, and 3.0 installed?
You are exactly right
How many million people are affected?
This situation demands an immediate fix.
I turned off all Microsoft Updates.
Just don't need the yellow warning sign!
This is not as serious as all the NBA, NFL, Barry Bonds, and World Wrestling Pro scandals ...........
but nontheless; I cannot believe 40,000 Microsoft employees have not encountered the same problem.
Why no auto pilot easy fix?
Ask that question !
For the Micorsoft morons: it is as bad as the Phoenix Airport being left wide open for terror attacks.
I was able to install, don't bother
I was able to install that very update. It promptly quit allowing my lapto[ to enter satndby mode when it is closed. I did a search and it is affect a lot of people. I could not uninstall the update so had to do a system restore. Just an FYI for you.
We don't need complex answers to simple problems
Send out an instant fix. Otherwise forget it. See my prior posts.
My next computer will be a MAC. MSFT people must be the most incompetent people on earth.
Fix to Dot net 1.1 KB928366 by bmnaidum
Thanks - simple, straightforward procedure. And it worked for me. That'll get rid of the perpetual attempts to update when closing down.
Windows XP updates fail to install
This sounds like a problem that I have after I've performed a repair installation. It's taken me about 6 months of research through tech sites including Microsoft's to find a repair that always works. In summary all if my updates would download but, all failed to install.
The solution is to register the dll files associated with the Windows Update Program. To do this do the following
Go to the start button then then the run button and type the following:
regsvr32 wuapi.dll (enter) you will recieve a confirmation message
Reboot and go to the windows update site and try to install your security update. I do understand that my problem was somewhat different than yours. However, one of the items that I was attempting to update was the same as yours. Therefore I'm quite confident that the solution is the same.
Thanks for the great post
Yes thanks, will try your fix when I am on the computer with the .NET Framework problem. At the moment I am on my laptop and the PC with said problem is in another place.
you are meaning START>RUN>then type in those commands on at a time? RIGHT?
This problem is all over the net and so far there is silence from Microsoft.
Yes, run each dll
I apologize for not making it clear. Simply run regsvr32 for each listed dll.
Windows Update KB928366
I tried the "start ... run ... resvr32 ... xxx workaround, but still cannot get the bleeping download to install. I keep getting ( various / different ) "runtime error" messages ... all say "This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please contact the application's support team for more information".
No joy for me either
I have tried your suggestion:
"The solution is to register the dll files associated with the Windows Update Program."
The two updates for .NET Framework would still not install on this PC, but on my newer Laptop they installed way back when released early in July - namely KB928365 and KB928366.
My PC is running just fine, so unless you have any other ideas, short of uninstalling and reinstalling as suggested by <bmnaidum post 22> earlier in this thread I think it is best to leave well alone.
Thanks again for trying to help.
Just a thought ... with NET Framework 2.0 and 3.0 installed, why would I / we really need an "update" for version 1.1? Didn't ver 2 and then 3 make 1.1 obsolete / no longer needed? I also see that a ver 3.5 ( beta ) is in the works.