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Net Framework 4 blocking issue

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 15, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
 

Problem: cannot install .net 4 full installer (from the MS download site)

OS: XP SP3

Current net installs: 1.0,1.1 sp1,2.0 sp1,3.0 sp1 and 3.5 sp1

>net 4 previously installed? NO

error: Setup cannot continue because a previous installation requires your computer to be restarted. Please restart your computer and rerun Setup.

Tried:

the .net cleanup utility, ms office cleanup utility, ccleaner

removed all the exisiting net installs and ran the above tools again

FYI:

Visual Studio is NOT installed.

I am admin on the PC, though I am connected thru remote desktop when doing the install

 

at a lost on what to do  next

 

thank you!




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