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Well to start off I am running Windows XP Home Service Pack 3.
Whenever I turn on my computer I get a notification that tells me to install updates. I do so only to get the message
The following updates could not be installed
Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Service Pack 1
I tried to install this manually via the Microsoft Update site but it tells me that I don't have Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1. I checked my Add/Remove Programs list and I don't have Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1, yet I still get prompts to install updates for it. I do have other versions of .NET Framework but not 1.1. What should I do?
Well I say I don't have NET Framework 1.1 because I went to my Control Panel and looked in the Program list found in the Add/Remove Program selection. I have other version of NET Framework but not 1.1.
I tried downloading the service pack from the link you provided but I get an error message that says that I am missing the program thats needs to be upgraded or that I am trying to install updates for a different version of that program.
My computer is an HP Workstation x 1100
I am pretty sure I don't have a media center PC though I am not 100% sure what that is.