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Installation Did Not Succeed
.NET Framework 4 has not been installed because
The storage control block address is invalid.
For more information about this problem, see the log file.
Final Result: Installation failed with error code:
(0x80070009), "The storage control block address is invalid. "
(Elapsed time: 0 00:03:20).
Help is appreciated. I cannot install Visual Studio or Web Expression as a result.
Hello, I’ve been monitoring the installation of security patch [MS10-070] on my servers and noticed a couple of my Exchange
2007-sp2 servers did not receive the patch. Looking closer I see it is because these servers are running .net v2.0 sp1 rather than v2.0 sp2.
These servers are running Windows Server 2003-sp2-x64.
Question: What is the most appropriate way to install v2.0 sp2 so that these servers will get the recent .NET security update?
- Via a blocked [hidden] Windows Update [KB951847] (which will also install the .net v3.x/3.5 family).
I am running Windows 7 64 bit installed from an .iso mounted on a CD. Since SP1 has been available, I have been unable to install it via Windows Update and directly downloading it from the website.
Recently I downloaded a program that required .Net 4.0 but was unable to install it as well. I checked Windows Features (via Add/Remove Programs) and found .Net Framework 3.5.1 was turned off. Clicking on it and both of its components (HTTP and
non-HTTP) produces the error message: "An error has occurred. Not all of the features were successfully changed." Clicking on the .Net 3.5.1 alone will produce the same error.
Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5.1 does not appear in the Add/Remove Programs list, nor does any previous version of .Net Framework.
I used a
.Net Framework Cleanup Tool to try and wipe 3.5.1 and start over. I downloaded and successfully installed .Net 1.1. .Net 2.0 reported that it could not be installed because a version of it was already installed in the OS. .Net 3.0 reported
that a newer version of the .Net framework was installed. .Net 3.5's executable file opened but did not run. After this, I used the
I just wanna setup a .net framework 4.0 on my VPS for a
new site. While I could not find the ASP.NET tab on properties. I did
some research find some similar problems but haven't fixed it yet.
Any suggestion would helpful.
This is how my Add / Remove Window looks like...
Recently i installed Visual Studio 2008 where
all these components got installed automatically...
Now the problem i face is...
PLZ HELP PALS !
Just curious to know if there was any official Microsoft code blocks, classes, or such for writing a service that runs other assemblies or WCF services? That can be configured easily from a web page, pre-coded, for running tasks at certain times on certain recurring intervals? I've already built one but am open to anything done better- which I'm sure there is. Thanks!!!
The entlib 5 sugest me to use with data accessors for mapping data from database to my data objects (ORM).
But in .NET 3.5 and especially in .NET 4, I can use in entity framework as ORM methodology for data objects.
What data accessors uses advantages over the entity framework?
What differences that should be affect on my using decisions?
I need to validate an XML through XSD. I am using XMLReader (with XmlReaderSettings and
Validation_EventHandler to do it). Depend on users preference, I would like to change the output message generated by Validation_EventHandler in french or english.
Any idea on how to perform this?
I am using VS2005.
I don't have much experience with web setup projects, but I now need to create a decent windows installer in order to allow customers to install one of our web applications. I have created a simple web setup project and it works fine, but not when it comes to upgrades of the application.
If for instance I install version 1.0 on a machine, and then later I try to install version 2.0, I don't seem to have the control that I would like... I can specify in the web setup project that the installer must enforce an uninstall of previous version, but then all application files and logs are uninstalled as well. If I let the application just install itself over the older version, it seems to leave some old DLL's there - it then causes issues in the application because DLL version conflicts.
My basic requirement is that I would like th installer to upgrade the old version with all the files required, but leave any application and log files in tact - this way the customer won't have to reconfigure the application after install.
What is the best way to handle this?