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.Net Framework not working?

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#1 compbuff


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Posted 07 November 2018 - 01:30 PM



I hope this is posted in the appropriate section.


I had recently downloaded a purchased software called Kindlian and it required a minimum of .Net Framework 4.5 or higher. When I tried to run the app it came up with the error: system.data.entity.core.entitycommandexecutionexception: an error occurred while executing the command definition, followed by many lines after it. Now this I would have expected if it was .Net Framework 4.5 or higher was not installed. So I navigated to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Full\ and it showed the version as being 4.703062 and the FULL subkey is present, so I am assuming it has to be installed? I tried installing version 4.7.1 anyway and it said blocked because that or a later version was already installed? The programs list does not show .Net Framework in the list but I understand this is not unusual? 


I am at a loss, and still in communication with the Vendor trying to solve the issue but this has been ongoing for 2 days. I have attached both the error message and a snapshot showing the version from the registry. I would appreciate any help on the matter.

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