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Problems installing .Net 4

Posted By:      Posted Date: May 22, 2011    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework

I have recently downloaded .Net 4 from the MS site as a .exe file. when I go to install this all I get is an empty folder in my C:\1a47279798729d55217e8e. When I use my RAR program to look at run set up i get the fault

Blocking Issues

Set up has detected that this computer does not meet requirements to complete this operation. The following blocking issues must be resolved before you can proceed.

Blocking Issues:

You cannot use this setup program to install the .NET Framework.  For more information, see the Readme file.

I need someones help asap please.  I am running Windows XP with SP3 .Regards Chris 

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