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Well it didn't make any improvement - just as Leo suggested it wouuldn't - but it didn't seem to do any damage either. Use an elevated command prompt to complete these tasks. If it is applicable to do this, select the Contact Windows Update directly to download repair content instead of Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) check box. After removal .net 3.5 worked normal.

Each later version includes everything in the prior versions, so that the prior versions are no longer necessary. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. OR Error: 0x800F0906 The source files could not be downloaded. Find this solution for the latest version of the optional Windows Update download, I hope you will: Applicable to: Win 8 / 8.1 / 10 1.

Wizard Prang April 19, 2011 10:17 AM For most of us, the .NET framework is a waste of space. You need to keep the older versions if you still have any programs that use them. I do have several of these net framework entries in the control panel listing already, so it hasn't been a problem until now.If I truly need it, should I wait for This is a fairly easy task to do.

i can't install 3.5 tru online and offline method..please help i'm doing everything in your tutorial but nothing happens..damn...windows 8 64 bit.. I really hope they have a solution for this since my colleagues have a bunch of programs that requires .NET 3.5. Mark J September 29, 2012 3:28 PM @Steve If you have a program which needs .NET, and that version is not installed on your computer, that program should automatically go on kris I can't find any of the updates asked to b uninstalled.

I removed it and it works awesome. It would ask your permission so you would know that it's doing it. could there be any clearer admission of incompetence? https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-windows_update/cannot-update-to-net-framework-35-sp1-and-family/e9499017-39bb-4e4d-ad61-f2db93030908 Andres March 2, 2010 6:28 PM Wow, thanks a lot Leo, you made complete sense out of the gibberish that is .net, respect.

I uninstalled a whole lot of Windows 8.1 updates, and eventually I was able to install .NET 3.5. I really didn't understand what all that stuff was about. But, I really have to say the desktop runs much better without it and the programs I use regularly run just fine whether or not it's installed. Microsoft really irritates me, but I use it because of its plug and play interoperability and because once you start with it (back in the 80's), it is too much of

Reference:- Dahyor Daniel Marquez Good afternoon. http://www.pagestart.com/netframework35sp1error.html I think I want it gone.Julea Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Does anyone know what would happen if I just removed by zeebell / February 6, 2009 12:04 Make sure that you're connected to the Internet and click "Retry" to try again. Thanks a lot...

Or better yet, get a Mac. I remember back in the day, whenever reinstalling Windows, I used to have to then download and reinstall all the versions of the VB Runtime files-- versions 1 through 6, if Users' time spent figuring out why installing program X caused program Y to stop working is not. Please try the request again.

Is it any different to Boeing building a great passenger-friendly luxury airliner fitted with a state of the art Rolls Royce jet engine, but which, after x number of years, suffers XERXEZ atlast......man ive suffered but thank God .....it has worked Zeeshan thanks a lot i fixed my problem cenareigns still not working skiss i cant find those security update t for and .NET While I agree with position in theory, I think that once you remove a .NET framework version of some sort you'll soon realize that something you use relies on If, like me, you prefer to make the decisions about what gets to live on your Hard Disk, then .NET is a disaster.

Thanks a million for any help on this. Example of a shared folder path: \\server_name\share\Win8sxs Or, specify a WIM file. It's Work but If It was Doesn't work thanks too for all that :) hes i have other type of windows update like (KB2894...) WHAT CAN I DO?


I have called MS support to get some assisance, but I guess they will call back in a few days or so. At an elevated command prompt, type the following command, and then press Enter to apply the policy immediately: gpupdate /force Or Visit support.microsoft.com/kb/2734782 Lorenzo Grazie! Pls i need urgent help immediately. Many thanks.

More specifically, it's aimed at users of Microsoft's newer versions of programming languages like C#, Visual Basic .NET and others. by Marianna Schmudlach / February 5, 2009 2:17 PM PST In reply to: Window Update for Net Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 in the Event Viewer ? Armond Seams Microsoft released an update to fix the problem: Update for the .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012, and Windows Server 2012 R2 support.microsoft.com/kb/3005628 This b.

The Tip Jar: Buy Leo a Latte! I got rid of the program, now I want to get rid of the rest. We may not understand an explanation but even an attempt, to acknowledge that in our millions we have helped to build Microsoft with our pennies, would go along way to making David L For those of you who can't find the update files, here is what worked for me: a.

However, the only security update I had was the middle one (KB2966827) on my server 2012. But the second time I tried to turn on the Framework 3.5 in Control Panel it worked flawlessly!