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Net frame 4

by Nanah / September 3, 2011 6:09 AM PDT

Tried to download on a friends PC windows updates for W7 by 64 IE9 Sp1. One worked. Net frame 4 failed. Went to the Microsoft knowledge base but it is outdated. Should I remove from ad remove the updates what I downloaded today? It shows though 6 updates Net frame 4 Client and Net frame 4 Profile. Also used fix it now and it said it fixed it but the same issue comes up when I tried to re download the updates. Every thing worked fine when He downloaded the last update for Day light savings.
As always I'm grate full for your help.
Nanah

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Most likely you
by orlbuckeye / September 9, 2011 4:31 AM PDT
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won't need .NET framework 4.0. I had an issue at work where our programmer wrote an application and it failed and said .NET framework was required. That was a very specific application and the programmer was using a new technology. Most applications for general use are written for the masses and don't take advantage of new technologies until they become standard.

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Thank you
by Nanah / September 9, 2011 10:06 AM PDT
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Thank you, for the detailed info. I gave up after after several hours. Was more concerned about the fires around here. Put a check mark "don't show this update any more". Maybe another update will correct it? Strange 2 updates installed just fine but one did not. Now the are installed twice.

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Why do that?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 3, 2011 6:11 AM PDT
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What app do you have that use NET framework 4?

So far there are so few that we can uninstall and carry on without it.
Bob

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Net frame 4
by Nanah / September 3, 2011 6:47 AM PDT
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Bob,
not sure what He has installed. He uses the PC only for a few things like email Yahoo. He has Live Mail and Silver light installed. It is an HP machine He got about 9 month ago. I installed Norton 360 and the free MBAM and SAS when He got the PC. Did all the virus scans and every thing is O.K. Do you think I can ignore does updates so the will not show again. This is an elderly Person and I don't want do upset Him with does updates. Thank you for the fast reply.
Nanah

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The .NET install failures are well discussed.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 3, 2011 6:57 AM PDT
In reply to: Net frame 4

So are the workarounds. My answer is to see if you needed it. Most folk don't.
Bob

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