How to remove NET FRAMEWORK 4?
Shim database version C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319 doesn't have a matching runtime directory
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My desktop runs on Widdows XP Pro Sevice Pack 3.
I have Microsoft.NET1.1, Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0 SP2 , Microsoft.NET Framework 3.0 SP2 and Microsoft.NET Framework 305 SP1. These use up close to 400 MB of my desktop. I have never used any of these tools - Can Remove some or all of these or
are these needed to run some other application.
Any of it. Im having problems with 2.0 ( i think) but i couldn't remove it using any of the solutions on microsoft's site. so i treid using the cleanup utility and doing acomplete reinstall. I can run the utility and it will finish and say its
complete, but then i try to install 2.0 it says the product is already installed
Error parsing C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\config\machine.config
Parser returned error 0xC00CE556.
I get this error a lot. so i tried reinstalling 2.0 ( and 3.5). installing 2.0 never works, neither does uninstalling it.
So i need to be able to at least uninstall 2.0 or all versions, but it never works
Any idea what i can do to fix this?
I had a Vista system with Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 installed.
I then upgraded to Windows 7. Windows Upgrade Advisor claims that Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 it isn’t compatible with Windows 7.
I tried to remove Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1, got a popup that stated "repair was in progress", which went away. .NET Framework 1.1 wasn't removed.
How do I remove
Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1?
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I need to deliver source code to client and my boss need to remove all the comments and #region sections from the whole web site source code.
So is there any functionality available in visual studio 2010 or may be in an other 3rd party tool available to do so, which can remove all the #region from all over the source code ?
Otherwise my developers has to do donkey work.... :(( and I don't wish it.
Any help or tips/tricks would be appreciated.
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.