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Related Sites Visual Studio Visual Studio Integrate VSIP Program Microsoft .NET Microsoft Azure Connect Forums Blog Facebook LinkedIn Stack Overflow Twitter Visual Studio Events YouTube Developer Resources Code samples Documentation Downloads I have been using Visual Studio 2005 to develop a ClickOnce installed app for some time. (VS2008 is also installed.) The application used to install or update on my system without Reply Micato says: March 17, 2008 at 9:30 am Hi Aaron - due to my installation errors from Visual Studio 2008 pro, I ended temporarily in checking my .NET Environment. That installation used an msi file to install. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/945757

There's still some trouble with Windows Update that I haven't worked out, but .NET itself is now working. If there is anything else I can submit that might help then let me know. Anyway, apparently those 4 watchlist errors are pretty common. I tried the cleanup tool but found that 3.5.1 was not in the drop-down list for removal.

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  • From the log, it looks like you have Windows Vista SP1, so if you haven't yet, I'd suggest trying to install Vista SP2 to see if that helps resolve this error.
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  • I did not find your post but figured out myself that since now .NET is part of the OS "sfc /scannow" should fix it and it did.
  • Since then, Windows 7 has shipped, and it includes the .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5 as OS components.
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  • Reply Aaron Stebner says: January 18, 2010 at 8:32 am Hi Rookie21 - A 1935 error can be caused by the .NET Framework, but that is not necessarily always the case.

My system is an OEM purchase of Vista Business. IIRC, the first time I installed a program that needed .NET 3.5 on Win 10 Tech Preview, I was prompted to download and install .NET 3.5. For the SFC scenario, can you please make sure that you're running SFC from an elevated cmd prompt? sfc /scannow finds no integrity violations.

Since a few days - maybe a week - when I shutdown the system I receive an error message about the impossibility to shut down an instance of csc.exe (or something The problem I'm facing now is a bit different than it was. When you say "you will need to run Windows Vista OS setup again and repair the OS.", does this mean install the OS again? https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2260913 For example, if it reports orphaned manifests or catalogs, sometimes it will work to manually rename the registry keys that are used to track those manifests/catalogs.

I followed the instructions at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940410 to try to remove the corrupted package for KB974470, but the package manager couldn't remove it. Reply Aaron Stebner says: January 5, 2009 at 11:23 am Hi Tacos - It sounds like there is something stuck on your system that makes Windows think that there is an Perhaps a summary from an "error" search is helpful: **** cbs.log **** Line 51161: 2008-03-14 16:08:03, Error Failed to find the CixTarget for Container package_1_for_kb110806~31bf3856ad364e35~x86~~6.0.6000.1318.cat My OS in W7-32 with SP1 installed.

Please see my Win 10 test machine: As you can see, on Win 10 .NET 3.5 which include .NET 2.0 is not by default enabled. Using the site is easy and fun. What are the next steps I should take to remove this? Interestingly though, the other 2 mscorlib folders here are both missing the same 11 .nlp files that were reported as "not installed" by the .NET Framework Setup Verification Utility.

It says in the VStudio Error List that System, System.Data and all the other "basic" classes are missing from the system. news The problem there is that when I go to that function in the control panel, the window for options is completely blank. The error usually means that there is some application on the computer that is incorrectly detecting that the .NET Framework is missing, so the solution is usually to narrow down what To make matters worse, when a .NET Framework hotfix fails to install due to hard-locked files, the original file can end up being removed from the GAC entirely, which can cause

The "sfc /scannow" run reports: Verification 99% complete.Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them. See the end of this message for details on invoking just-in-time (JIT) debugging instead of this dialog box. ************** Exception Text ************** System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not load file or assembly 'Accessibility, Version=2.0.0.0, You may want to check on the Norton site to see if they have any FAQs that mention these errors that you're seeing to see if they have any suggested workarounds have a peek at these guys It is then possible to reinstall the desired .Microsoft .NET Framework after the old installation has been removed completely from the computer system.The tool of choice for this procedure is the

If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site.Would you like to participate? Repairing .NET Framework 2.0/3.0 files on Windows Vista You can use the following steps to repair the files that are a part of the .NET Framework 2.0 and 3.0 on Windows In all three cases of failure, it reports the same 11 errors.

So where do I go from here?

If the cleaning tool can't remove the .NET framework from Windows 7, how come they were in the installed programs list before I ran the cleaner, and not there afterward? Can you please zip and send me the log files from VS 2008 setup on your system so I can take a look and see if I can figure out anything I wasn't able to figure out how to manually repair these. It might help to try to run the System Update Readiness Tool by using the 3 steps listed at the bottom of the blog post at http://blogs.msdn.com/astebner/archive/2009/01/09/9303167.aspx to see if that

This will cause all .NET Framework native images to be invalidated, and there's no reason you should ever need to do that. In case anyone else ever runs into this. Alternatively, you can try to contact the manufacturer of inSSIDer to see if they can give you more information about what .NET Framework configuration their program is checking when it shows http://macland.net/problem-with/problem-with-cs-1-6.php This process will take some time.

Reply Aaron Stebner says: March 17, 2008 at 11:35 am Hi Micato - The errors you listed do not appear to be related to Visual Studio 2008 setup.