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#1 KeilbasaMan

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Posted 02 December 2010 - 04:08 PM

I have always run my updates for windows XP and I have 4 that are always in my install box ? security update .net framework 2.0 sp2 and 3.5 on windows server 2003 and windows xp x86
it seems I have run updates over and over and these security updats keep showwing up ? anyone got a clue , I have tryed to look it up on the windows site and it tells me the problem but not how to fix it ?

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#2 frankp316

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Posted 02 December 2010 - 07:30 PM

I had the same problem a few weeks ago and it was suggested that I attempt to uninstall and reinstall all versions of .NET Framework via Add/Remove Programs. .NET Framework 2.0 would not uninstall so I left it alone. .NET Framework 2.5 uninstalled and I chose not to reinstall it. I don't need it and you might not need it either. It's a weird product. No more update attempts and no other problems.

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Posted 03 December 2010 - 08:10 AM

FWIW: Any of the NET Framework distributions...is only needed by certain users. Those users would be employing a game, drivers, or programs...which make an install of some version of MS.NET a prerequisite for proper functioning of said program/drivers/game.

My experience is that...such applications will let a user know...if MS.NET is required. I have only come across two applications...ATI drivers and nLite...where I had to have some version installed.

I have two systems...one has MS.NET installed, the other doesn't have any version installed...both systems work flawlessly.

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