The Following .NET Framework Updates Were Not Installed


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BillW50

The following updates were not installed:

Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 4 on XP, Server 2003,
Vista, Windows 7, Server 2008 x86 (KB2656351)
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Family Update (KB959209) x86
Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 on Windows Server
2003 and Windows XP x86 (KB2656352)
Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 SP1 on Windows XP,
Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008 x86 (KB2656353)
Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 on Windows XP,
Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008 x86 (KB2657424)
 
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BillW50 said:
The following updates were not installed:

Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 4 on XP, Server 2003,
Vista, Windows 7, Server 2008 x86 (KB2656351)
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Family Update (KB959209) x86
Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 on Windows Server
2003 and Windows XP x86 (KB2656352)
Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 SP1 on Windows XP,
Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008 x86 (KB2656353)
Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 on Windows XP,
Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008 x86 (KB2657424)

systeminfo reports the above not installed (add/remove doesn't show them
either):

Hotfix(s): 346 Hotfix(s) Installed.
[01]: File 1
[02 -163] not shown
[164]: File 1
[165]: Q147222
[166]: M2416447 - Update
[167]: S867460 - Update
[168]: Q954430
[169]: Q973688
[170]: IDNMitigationAPIs - Update
[171]: NLSDownlevelMapping - Update
[172]: KB929399
[173]: KB2378111_WM9
[174]: KB952069_WM9
[175]: KB954155_WM9
[176]: KB968816_WM9
[177]: KB973540_WM9
[178]: KB973540_WM9L
[179]: KB975558_WM8
[180]: KB978695_WM9
[181]: KB941569
[182]: KB2482017-IE7 - Update
[183]: KB2497640-IE7 - Update
[184]: KB2530548-IE7 - Update
[185]: KB2544521-IE7 - Update
[186]: KB2559049-IE7 - Update
[187]: KB2586448-IE7 - Update
[188]: KB2618444-IE7 - Update
[189]: KB938127-v2-IE7 - Update
[190]: KB976325-IE7 - Update
[191]: KB2564958 - Update
[192]: KB936929 - Service Pack
[193]: KB2079403 - Update
[194]: KB2115168 - Update
[195]: KB2121546 - Update
[196]: KB2124261 - Update
[197]: KB2141007 - Update
[198]: KB2229593 - Update
[199]: KB2259922 - Update
[200]: KB2290570 - Update
[201]: KB2296011 - Update
[202]: KB2345886 - Update
[203]: KB2347290 - Update
[204]: KB2360937 - Update
[205]: KB2387149 - Update
[206]: KB2393802 - Update
[207]: KB2412687 - Update
[208]: KB2419632 - Update
[209]: KB2423089 - Update
[210]: KB2440591 - Update
[211]: KB2443105 - Update
[212]: KB2443685 - Update
[213]: KB2476490 - Update
[214]: KB2476687 - Update
[215]: KB2478960 - Update
[216]: KB2478971 - Update
[217]: KB2479628 - Update
[218]: KB2479943 - Update
[219]: KB2481109 - Update
[220]: KB2483185 - Update
[221]: KB2485376 - Update
[222]: KB2485663 - Update
[223]: KB2503658 - Update
[224]: KB2503665 - Update
[225]: KB2506212 - Update
[226]: KB2506223 - Update
[227]: KB2507618 - Update
[228]: KB2507938 - Update
[229]: KB2508272 - Update
[230]: KB2508429 - Update
[231]: KB2509553 - Update
[232]: KB2510581 - Update
[233]: KB2511455 - Update
[234]: KB2524375 - Update
[235]: KB2535512 - Update
[236]: KB2536276 - Update
[237]: KB2536276-v2 - Update
[238]: KB25417
 
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Paul

BillW50 said:
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systeminfo reports the above not installed (add/remove doesn't show them
either):

Hotfix(s): 346 Hotfix(s) Installed.

Try this site. In the search box on the left, try typing in "security updates"
and have a look at the resulting articles. At least one of the articles
has some generic advice, not particular to specific failures.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/astebner/archive/tags/essentials+for+setup+troubleshooting/

Also in that blog and by that author, there are things like cleanup tools.
He has a collection of tools offered, on a Skydrive.

https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=27e6a35d1a492af7&id=27E6A35D1A492AF7!376

This is the blog entry on the cleanup tool.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/astebner/archive/2008/08/28/8904493.aspx

*******

Other possibilities might include Windows Installer or Windows Update
problems (i.e. other things could be failing, as well as those particular
security patches).

My experience here, is on occasion one of those dotnet things,
leaves behind things in funny places. For example, the last Windows Update
I did, there was a dotnet log file in %temp%. I don't know where the regular logs
would go. I noticed it while cleaning out %temp% one day, and left it
there.

The dotnet people don't necessarily do things the same way as the rest of MS.

Paul
 
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BillW50 said:
The following updates were not installed:

Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 4 on XP, Server 2003,
Vista, Windows 7, Server 2008 x86 (KB2656351)

Microsoft .NET Framework 4 on XP,
Is a Error...

..NET Framework 4 not made for XP and will make Errors is all
the Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework

it's like adding Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows 98,
is a Error and a big No...No.
 
J

Jan Alter

--
Microsoft .NET Framework 4 on XP,
Is a Error...

.NET Framework 4 not made for XP and will make Errors is all the Security
Update for Microsoft .NET Framework

it's like adding Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows 98,
is a Error and a big No...No.



Hi,



During the summer I had a problem installing Net.Framework update
(KB2539631) It would install but then show up again as not being installed.
I contacted Microsoft



http://support.microsoft.com/select/?target=assistance . (This service was
free.)



and a tech got back to me in a day. The response is below. What he had me do
was uninstall Net.Framework completely then reinstall Net.Framework 3.5 and
its service pack. From then on the updates and security patches have been
installing OK. If other remedies don't seem to work it may be worth a shot
at this recipe.





Response from MS Tech:





From your description, I understand that the update KB2539631 cannot be
installed. It can be found in Add or Remove Programs. If I have
misunderstood your concern, please do not hesitate to let me know.



I understand the inconvenience you have experienced. Please be assured that
I will do my best to help you.



This issue can be caused by a damaged .NET Framework component. Based on its
current status, I suggest trying the following troubleshooting steps.



Step 1: Remove .NET Framework using removal tool

================================

1. Please download the tool from the following link:

http://cid-27e6a35d1a492af7.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/Blog_Tools/dotnetfx_cleanup_tool.zip



2. Please save the zip file (dotnetfx_cleanup_tool.zip) from the above link
to the local Desktop and extract it.

3. Double click cleanup_tool.exe to run the tool.

4. Please follow the instructions given.

In the "Product to cleanup:" box, please select ".NET Framework - All
versions".

5. Click "Cleanup Now" button.



Note: Once we removed .NET Framework, some application which needs .NET
Framework runtime database could lost its function. It is just a temporary
issue. The function will be back after reinstalling .NET Framework.



After removing .NET Framework components, let's reinstall .NET Framework 3.5
Service Pack 1 and its update.



Step 2: Manually downloading and installing Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5

=======================================================

Please note: The size of Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 and .NET Framework 3.5
Service Pack 1 is a little big. Your patience to download the update is much
appreciated.



1. Click the following link:



Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 and .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1

http://download.microsoft.com/download/2/0/E/20E90413-712F-438C-988E-FDAA79A8AC3D/dotnetfx35.exe



2. When the file download window appears, please click "Save", and follow
the directions to save it on the Desktop. After downloading the Microsoft
..NET Framework 3.5 setup file on your Desktop, double-click to manually
install it.







Jan Alter
(e-mail address removed)
 
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Jan Alter said:
Hi,
During the summer I had a problem installing Net.Framework update
(KB2539631) It would install but then show up again as not being installed.
I contacted Microsoft

http://support.microsoft.com/select/?target=assistance . (This service was
free.)

and a tech got back to me in a day. The response is below. What he had me do
was uninstall Net.Framework completely then reinstall Net.Framework 3.5 and
its service pack. From then on the updates and security patches have been
installing OK. If other remedies don't seem to work it may be worth a shot
at this recipe.

Response from MS Tech:

From your description, I understand that the update KB2539631 cannot be
installed. It can be found in Add or Remove Programs. If I have
misunderstood your concern, please do not hesitate to let me know.

I understand the inconvenience you have experienced. Please be assured that
I will do my best to help you.

This issue can be caused by a damaged .NET Framework component. Based on its
current status, I suggest trying the following troubleshooting steps.

Step 1: Remove .NET Framework using removal tool
================================
1. Please download the tool from the following link:

http://cid-27e6a35d1a492af7.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/Blog_Tools/dotnetfx_cleanup_tool.zip

2. Please save the zip file (dotnetfx_cleanup_tool.zip) from the above link
to the local Desktop and extract it.

3. Double click cleanup_tool.exe to run the tool.

4. Please follow the instructions given.

In the "Product to cleanup:" box, please select ".NET Framework - All
versions".

5. Click "Cleanup Now" button.

Note: Once we removed .NET Framework, some application which needs .NET
Framework runtime database could lost its function. It is just a temporary
issue. The function will be back after reinstalling .NET Framework.

After removing .NET Framework components, let's reinstall .NET Framework 3.5
Service Pack 1 and its update.

Step 2: Manually downloading and installing Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5

=======================================================

Please note: The size of Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 and .NET Framework 3.5
Service Pack 1 is a little big. Your patience to download the update is much
appreciated.

1. Click the following link:

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 and .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1

http://download.microsoft.com/download/2/0/E/20E90413-712F-438C-988E-FDAA79A8AC3D/dotnetfx35.exe

2. When the file download window appears, please click "Save", and follow
the directions to save it on the Desktop. After downloading the Microsoft
.NET Framework 3.5 setup file on your Desktop, double-click to manually
install it.

Jan Alter
(e-mail address removed)

Yes Jan Alter this is 100% right a good Info.
;)
 
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BillW50

In
Paul said:
Try this site. In the search box on the left, try typing in "security
updates" and have a look at the resulting articles. At least one of
the articles has some generic advice, not particular to specific
failures.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/astebner/archive/tags/essentials+for+setup+troubleshooting/

Also in that blog and by that author, there are things like cleanup
tools. He has a collection of tools offered, on a Skydrive.

https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=27e6a35d1a492af7&id=27E6A35D1A492AF7!376

This is the blog entry on the cleanup tool.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/astebner/archive/2008/08/28/8904493.aspx

*******

Other possibilities might include Windows Installer or Windows Update
problems (i.e. other things could be failing, as well as those
particular security patches).

My experience here, is on occasion one of those dotnet things,
leaves behind things in funny places. For example, the last Windows
Update I did, there was a dotnet log file in %temp%. I don't know
where the
regular logs would go. I noticed it while cleaning out %temp% one
day, and left it there.

The dotnet people don't necessarily do things the same way as the
rest of MS.

Thanks Paul! I used the Cleanup Tool to remove all versions and I lost
my WiFi network connections. I guess my Intel PROSet Wireless requires
some older version of dotnet. So I am now back to one previously cloned
drive I use for backups.

And you are right. I first tried to uninstall the dotnet versions in
reverse order. And the older ones were looking for missing install files
in %temp%. No kidding? I clean %temp% files out all of the time. I might
find them on some old backup archives, I don't know?
 
B

BillW50

In
Paul said:
Try this site. In the search box on the left, try typing in "security
updates" and have a look at the resulting articles. At least one of
the articles has some generic advice, not particular to specific
failures.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/astebner/archive/tags/essentials+for+setup+troubleshooting/

Also in that blog and by that author, there are things like cleanup
tools. He has a collection of tools offered, on a Skydrive.

https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=27e6a35d1a492af7&id=27E6A35D1A492AF7!376

This is the blog entry on the cleanup tool.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/astebner/archive/2008/08/28/8904493.aspx

*******

Other possibilities might include Windows Installer or Windows Update
problems (i.e. other things could be failing, as well as those
particular security patches).

My experience here, is on occasion one of those dotnet things,
leaves behind things in funny places. For example, the last Windows
Update I did, there was a dotnet log file in %temp%. I don't know
where the
regular logs would go. I noticed it while cleaning out %temp% one
day, and left it there.

The dotnet people don't necessarily do things the same way as the
rest of MS.

Thanks Paul! I used the Cleanup Tool to remove all versions and I lost
my WiFi network connections. I guess my Intel PROSet Wireless requires
some older version of dotnet. So I am now back to one previously cloned
drive I use for backups.

And you are right. I first tried to uninstall the dotnet versions in
reverse order. And the older ones were looking for missing install files
in %temp%. No kidding? I clean %temp% files out all of the time. I might
find them on some old backup archives, I don't know?
 
B

BillW50

In
000-222-000 said:
Microsoft .NET Framework 4 on XP,
Is a Error...

.NET Framework 4 not made for XP and will make Errors is all
the Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework

it's like adding Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows 98,
is a Error and a big No...No.

Wow really? Microsoft says it is ok for XP SP3 (doesn't say anything
about SP2). And I probably got dotnet 4 installed from one of the
Electronic Arts games. As I don't download them unless installing
software insists in having them.
 
B

BillW50

In
Jan said:
Hi,

During the summer I had a problem installing Net.Framework update
(KB2539631) It would install but then show up again as not being
installed. I contacted Microsoft

http://support.microsoft.com/select/?target=assistance . (This
service was free.)

and a tech got back to me in a day. The response is below. What he
had me do was uninstall Net.Framework completely then reinstall
Net.Framework 3.5 and its service pack. From then on the updates and
security patches have been installing OK. If other remedies don't
seem to work it may be worth a shot at this recipe.

Response from MS Tech:

From your description, I understand that the update KB2539631 cannot
be installed. It can be found in Add or Remove Programs. If I have
misunderstood your concern, please do not hesitate to let me know.

I understand the inconvenience you have experienced. Please be
assured that I will do my best to help you.

This issue can be caused by a damaged .NET Framework component. Based
on its current status, I suggest trying the following troubleshooting
steps.
Step 1: Remove .NET Framework using removal tool
================================
1. Please download the tool from the following link:
http://cid-27e6a35d1a492af7.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/Blog_Tools/dotnetfx_cleanup_tool.zip

2. Please save the zip file (dotnetfx_cleanup_tool.zip) from the
above link to the local Desktop and extract it.

3. Double click cleanup_tool.exe to run the tool.

4. Please follow the instructions given.
In the "Product to cleanup:" box, please select ".NET Framework - All
versions".

5. Click "Cleanup Now" button.

Note: Once we removed .NET Framework, some application which needs
.NET Framework runtime database could lost its function. It is just a
temporary issue. The function will be back after reinstalling .NET
Framework.
After removing .NET Framework components, let's reinstall .NET
Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 and its update.

Step 2: Manually downloading and installing Microsoft .NET Framework
3.5
=======================================================

Please note: The size of Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 and .NET
Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 is a little big. Your patience to
download the update is much appreciated.

1. Click the following link:

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 and .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1

http://download.microsoft.com/download/2/0/E/20E90413-712F-438C-988E-FDAA79A8AC3D/dotnetfx35.exe

2. When the file download window appears, please click "Save", and
follow the directions to save it on the Desktop. After downloading
the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 setup file on your Desktop,
double-click to manually install it.

Thanks Jan! It did indeed seem to remove all versions of dotnet.
Although two of them still showed up in Add/Remove and clicking on them
didn't allow me to do anything with them. I guess that was okay.
Although one unexpected problem popped up. My Intel PROSet Wireless
ended up being blind. As it couldn't see a single WiFi network.
Apparently my Intel PROSet Wireless uses some version of dotnet to see
wireless networks. And you need an Internet connection to finish the
install. And my LAN connection is way on the other end of the house. So
I am back to square one using one of my cloned backups.
 
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Jan Alter

BillW50 said:
In

Thanks Jan! It did indeed seem to remove all versions of dotnet.
Although two of them still showed up in Add/Remove and clicking on them
didn't allow me to do anything with them. I guess that was okay.
Although one unexpected problem popped up. My Intel PROSet Wireless
ended up being blind. As it couldn't see a single WiFi network.
Apparently my Intel PROSet Wireless uses some version of dotnet to see
wireless networks. And you need an Internet connection to finish the
install. And my LAN connection is way on the other end of the house. So
I am back to square one using one of my cloned backups.

I wouldn't have expected a router (Intel PROSet Wireless)
to be using net.framework at all, but if that is the case I would assume it
would come with an installation disk with the version of net.framework that
it needs. Possibly reinstalling the software for that hardware would get it
running correctly again.
 
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BillW50

I wouldn't have expected a router (Intel PROSet Wireless)
to be using net.framework at all, but if that is the case I would assume it
would come with an installation disk with the version of net.framework that
it needs. Possibly reinstalling the software for that hardware would get it
running correctly again.

Good point Jan. Well I wrote over that Windows install with an older
cloned backup copy. So I am back to square one again. So I can reattempt
this again at some later date. And this time try to reinstall the
wireless card driver. ;-)
 
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BillW50 said:
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Wow really? Microsoft says it is ok for XP SP3 (doesn't say anything
about SP2). And I probably got dotnet 4 installed from one of the
Electronic Arts games. As I don't download them unless installing
software insists in having them.

I said on Windows XP Is a Error...,
not Windows XP SP3

Here is how is good running XP Sp3 looks with .NET Framework
< http://news.hot-text.ath.cx:81/framework_xp_list.png >

Here the UpDates
< http://news.hot-text.ath.cx:81/framework-updates_xp_list.png >
 
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BillW50

I said on Windows XP Is a Error..., not Windows XP SP3
Here is how is good running XP Sp3 looks with .NET Framework <
http://news.hot-text.ath.cx:81/framework_xp_list.png >

Here the UpDates <
http://news.hot-text.ath.cx:81/framework-updates_xp_list.png >

Oh ok. It might be ok for SP2 too since this Electronic Arts game (from
2011) doesn't say anything about needing dotnet4 on the package. But
when you install, it won't go any further unless you install dotnet4
first. And the minimum for the game is XP SP2. Btw after I played the
game, I don't even like it. What a hoot, eh?
 
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Char Jackson

It's not a router, it's an application. Intel PROSet Wireless is an
application that manages wireless connections. It's a replacement for
Windows Wireless Zero Config.
Good point Jan. Well I wrote over that Windows install with an older
cloned backup copy. So I am back to square one again. So I can reattempt
this again at some later date. And this time try to reinstall the
wireless card driver. ;-)

Intel PROSet isn't a wireless card driver. It just manages your
wireless connections, if you've asked it to. You can also use Windows
Wireless Zero Config.

More info here:
<http://www.intel.com/support/wireless/wlan/sb/CS-032030.htm>

What is Intel® PROSet/Wireless Software?

The Intel® PROSet/Wireless WiFi Connection Utility is used to set up,
edit and manage network profiles to connect to a network. The features
and implementation vary depending on which Operating System you are
using. (More at link above.)
 
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BillW50

It's not a router, it's an application. Intel PROSet Wireless is an
application that manages wireless connections. It's a replacement for
Windows Wireless Zero Config.


Intel PROSet isn't a wireless card driver. It just manages your
wireless connections, if you've asked it to. You can also use Windows
Wireless Zero Config.

More info here:
<http://www.intel.com/support/wireless/wlan/sb/CS-032030.htm>

What is Intel® PROSet/Wireless Software?

The Intel® PROSet/Wireless WiFi Connection Utility is used to set up,
edit and manage network profiles to connect to a network. The features
and implementation vary depending on which Operating System you are
using. (More at link above.)

Yes so true. And I don't knowingly use it and I let Windows manage it
instead. But after I uninstalled all dotnet versions, my Intel wireless
card went blind and couldn't see anything out there. Then I turned off
Windows control and let Intel PROSet manage it and it couldn't see
anything either. So I grabbed a cloned backup copy and I am back to
square one. Btw, I first attempted to use System Restore, but
uninstalling all dotnet versions somehow cleared all restore points. I
know installing XP SP3 does this too. But it wasn't SP3 this time.
 
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BillW50 said:
Oh ok. It might be ok for SP2 too since this Electronic Arts game (from
2011) doesn't say anything about needing dotnet4 on the package. But
when you install, it won't go any further unless you install dotnet4
first. And the minimum for the game is XP SP2. Btw after I played the
game, I don't even like it. What a hoot, eh?

Mr. BillW50 you right..

When I make Games,
it Gives *.dll liberty,
form The .net framework,
that i have made it with..

when you remove,
or uninstall in the Games,
The .net framework *.dll liberty,
is not remove.. it not my to remove,
I may put in on your PC,
but it your to remove..

But all remember the game you like,
may be using it too,
and the removable of it your love Game,
or WiFi stop working, do not cry to us,

Because same one here say:
you do not need it it's ok to remove..

it the Some for the .net framework 1,2,3 and 4,
there is Software's that need,
it or you world not have it.....
 

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