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Download .NET Framework for Windows 7

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework

Hi. I'm Italian and I have to reinstall all .NET Framework versions on my computer (Windows 7 Professional 64bit).
I need the link to download the following versions of. NET Framework:

- 2.0 SP2 (2.0.50727.4927)

- 3.0 SP2 (3.0.30729.4926)

- 3.5 SP1 (3.5.30729.4926)


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