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Massive .Net Framework 4.0 Security Updates & Updates

Q: Massive .Net Framework 4.0 Security Updates & Updates

Receiving in WU about 4 security updates for .Net Framework 4.0 and 2 improvement Updates .Net Framework 4.0.

Strange, i'm feeling some of those are already installed....since two or three months

They're still not listed at MS Download Center.

[Edit]:
Looks those are only .Net Framework 4.0 Extended & Shared

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A: Massive .Net Framework 4.0 Security Updates & Updates

Removed all of the version 4.0, looks like a big MS bug as it was constantly offered in W.U.

False alert!

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Hi,

I have some servers Offline and I want to install .Net security updates, when I go to the Microsoft Update Cataloge I browse for the .Net KB article and select the right download for my system, and then a list of .EXE and .MSU updates are available...
I tried to install manually the .exe with an error: "Software Update KBxxxxxx Installation Wizard does not apply. or is blocked by another condition on your computer."

Therefore I test with the .msu updates... One of the updates installed successfully. Then I use the same tool I used to scan for security updates on the target system to see if the update is missing or not, after installing the KB .msu manually,
rebooting the system and use MBSA to scan for Security updates the updates KBxxxxx is still listed on the missing security updates. I review the software update history and I can see the .msu KB article has been installed.

I need help to understand how to patch .net Framework updates for those external systems. because the KB number for the .msu update file for the missing KB is completely different.

Thanks,

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This morning, I noted the M$ update gold shield in my systray indicating updates had been downloaded. There were 3 updates, all for various versions of .NET Framework. A minute or two after they installed (with no error messages, and update history indicated the updates were all successful), the shield shows up again indicating the SAME updates were ready to be installed. Thinking maybe it might have been updates to the updates, I went ahead and installed those, and everything again installed successfully. Then once again, the shield shows up with the SAME updates.

At this point I turned automatic updates off and ran "Fix-it", which did find a problem with automatic updates and said it was fixed. Turned auto updates back on. Shield immediately shows up again with the same 3 updates. Downloaded and ran M$ Safety Scan, which found no infections (no surprise there; my AV is Avast! and it's absolutely always up to date).

Went to M$ Community and found several others with the same problem, but nobody had an answer and M$ input is absent.

Anybody else with Win XP having this problem. If so, how do you stop the updates from repeating?
 

A:Security updates for .NET Framework repeating

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Hello, I have been really choosy in downloading Microsoft Updates and most of the time I only install updates like "update for microsoft windows 7 and security updates for windows 7". Do you guys install the .Net framework 4 updates? and is it really necessary?

A:Downloading Security Updates for .NET Framework 4, necessary?

Welcome to Seven Forums Nev4rForgotten. I personally take all the .net updates. But I also make system images before I do, just in case (I make weekly images anyway). The last (5/8) updates were security updates to prevent remote code execution. I think if you have .net installed, you should take the updates. Many recommend waiting to see if there are reported issues before installing, but do not skip them entirely.

Microsoft Security Bulletin MS12-035 - Critical : Vulnerabilities in .NET Framework Could Allow Remote Code Execution (2693777)

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There was an Office vulnerability that was fixed with the April patch Tuesday in an Office update, but we've had trouble making sure all users have the updated Office patch as N-Central(our patch management tool) doesn't always list what build/patch Office
is currently running accurately.

We do know all our PCs have the April/May security updates. Is the Office Update combined into the big monthly one?

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This is an inconvenient delay, not anything serious. Running Windows 7, if it makes a difference.

Issue: Microsoft Security Essentials auto-updates block Microsoft Updates until MSE is finished.

Description: I have Microsoft Update (or Windows Update, whichever it's known as in 7) set to automatically check for updates but not download or install without my approval. I do this so I can review what's being updated, (I'm a little wary of Microsoft putting an anti-piracy app in as a "critical" update in the last year or two). Anyways, when I boot up the computer, it checks for updates and alerts me of them.

However, Microsoft Security Essentials also auto-checks for updates upon boot, and if it has an update it will automatically being downloading and installing it in the background. Which is all well and good, except whenever that's happening it causes MU to "fail" updates until it's done updating. Thus, I have to remember to wait until the MSE update is done, then run the MU update.

Question: MSE definition updates are included under "Optional" updates in MU, is there a way to make MSE stop updating independent of MU so I can queue all the updates together? I feel like this would be the easiest way to prevent this annoyance. I don't see an option, and I'd rather put up with this annoyance if the only solution is to put all updates back into Microsoft's hands completely.
 

A:Microsoft Security Essentials updates blocking other windows updates

My understanding of MSE is it will check several times during the to make it has the latest updates. Most GOOD VA programs will do this as there are several releases daily for AV definitions. This is the only way you and your machine will be aware of these releases.

When some of these attacks happen, a definition is released, but as the infection is refined, the the definition must also be refined and/or improved. I use F-Prot on my machines, but I install MSE on the kids and grand kids machines. I have seen as many as 12 releases in one day from F-Prot, this is what is call" being on top of things".

So I would not want to rely on ME being the one to check several times daily on all of my machines to see if a new release has been made.
 

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Its been doing most of these updates forever, when I go to shut it down it updates but when I wake up in the morning these updates are still not done... It's like they never finish. This happens every night for the past 6 months or so i'm getting tired of it now so i need some help. I've tried Reset Windows Update History that works for a week or so but they eventually come back.




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Windows Product ID: 00359-OEM-8992687-00006
Windows Product ID Type: 2
Windows License Type: OEM SLP
Windows OS version: 6.1.7601.2.00010300.1.0.003
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Is Admin: Yes
TestCab: 0x0
LegitcheckControl ActiveX: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Product Name: Windows 7 Home Premium
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Build lab: 7601.win7sp1_gdr.120830-0333
TTS Error:
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Cached Result: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
File Exists: No
Version: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
WgaTray.exe Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
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A:Windows wont complete updates, Security Updates KB2604121

I've deleted a environmental variable for a PATH for Java I added long ago and it downloaded and installed it for now. I will see if anything else happens

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I installed the latest updates to .NET Framework 4 and later installed software that required me to install .NET Framework 4. Would be updates still be in effect or should I install them again?

A:. NET Framework 4 updates made before Framework 4 was installed upda

It sounds like your installer was confused more than anything else - Do a manual check for updates, and if it comes up clear, then you don't need any

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I have a whole ton of security updates for windows XP going back over 2 years in my Add/Remove programs list and I want to know if it is safe to delete those older than the most recent ones. Its taking up too much space on my computer and because of that I have stopped any current regular updates by switching off the automatic updates settings. Could someone please advise me if it is safe to do this?
 

A:Security Updates and general Updates for Windows XP

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Hello,

I have a ton of Updates, Sec. Updates, and hot fixes installed on WinXP. Is it ok for me to uninstall all but the most recent udates and hotfixes out of the previously listed categories without problems?
 

A:WinXP- Updates, Security Updates, Hotfixes

No, you shouldn't uninstall any updates.
 

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After going through the 21 updated yesterday, I logged on today and my battery icon is gone. I tried to reactivate it but it is grayed out and I cannot check it. Any suggestions?

A:Did massive updates now battery icon gone

hello tfdjr, welcome to the forum.

Right click on the taskbar, near the notification icons in the bottom right of the screen.

Press properties. Select Notification Area and check the Power Option. done.

For better understanding just follow the link given below and you will activate power con in Task Bar.

How to Enable or Disable the Notification Area System Icons in Vista

Thanks.

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After doing three clean installs on my comp with a bought and paid for Vista Ultimate I still have a problem with the windows updates.

About 30 of the 80 updates recommmended/important/optional fails to install properly.

Any ideas why this is happening and how I can solve it?

Specs:
3,5 GB RAM
2,5 Ghz quad core
Vista Ultimate
1 year old
Dell Computer

Any help is greatly appreciated!
 

A:Vista massive failed updates problem

Attach the Windowsupdate.log from the Windows folder. It may shed some light on the issue. Do you have SP1 installed? Are you getting updates for software that is not installed? I have Vista Ultimate SP1 after clean install only 48 updates are applicable. Is this directly after clean install? Are you trying to install language packs?
 

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After doing three clean installs on my comp with a bought and paid for Vista Ultimate I still have a problem with the windows updates.

About 30 of the 80 updates recommmended/important/optional fails to install properly.

Any ideas why this is happening and how I can solve it?

Specs:
3,5 GB RAM
2,5 Ghz quad core
Vista Ultimate
1 year old
Dell Computer

Any help is greatly appreciated!

A:Vista massive failed updates problem

hi and welcome to TSF start here http://support.microsoft.com/ph/6527 and more info here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/822798 another option here http://update.microsoft.com/microsof....aspx?ln=en-us next there is this http://www3.telus.net/dandemar/updtcl.htm and options 2 or 3 here http://www.vistax64.com/software-too...air-tools.html i hope one these will be of help

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On 10-14-14 there were 20 update files to load to my Win 7 64-bit system. Of those 20 updates, two (KB3001652 - Update for Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Office Runtime and KB2952664 - Update for Windows x64) failed to install. I have tried to re-install those but they still fail.

After this massive update, any Windows sounds (signon after loading, exclamation, etc) are always 5-10 seconds in sounding after the event that makes it happen.

I've run sfc /scannow and 'repair' from the installation disc (no errors found). I have no issues with sounds from games or applications like Windows Media Player, just the system sounds.

This may sound like a minor problem, and it probably is, but shortly after this massive update, I started having random display driver errors: 'EventID 4101 nvlddmkm display driver stopped responding and has recovered'. This error occurs sometime during every game I play (Shadow of Mordor, Far Cry 4, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Skyrim, ESO, WildStar, etc and it's never happened before this update).

I loaded back versions of my display driver (clean install on every one) and it's happened on every one going back to drivers released the first of the year. I used MemTest (no memory problems) Prime95 (no CPU problems) and FurMark (no graphics card problems).

I don't know if the two are related but would like someone's input, if they would be so kind.

A:Windows sounds are delayed 5-10 seconds after massive updates on 10-14

Please follow the Windows Update Posting Instructions and post the requested data

If the file is too large (8MB compressed), remove the older CBSPersist cab files until the final file is below the limit - you can always post them separately after zipping them. (the forum doesn't allow the upload of bare CAB files, for a number of reasons)

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Greetings, excuse my English, install Net framework 3.5 on Windows 10 as a program I request me.
After installation, run Windows Update to download any updates but there are none.
That is why net framework 3.5 requires updates for Windows 10?
Thanks in advance.

A:Updates .Net framework 3.5

In order to proceed to see Net Framework 4.5 being the latest update for that to go on you first have to each the previous versions going back a few install first. You wouldn't install 10 before XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 but upgrade from since 10 is the newest out. Likewise the lower numbered Net Framework version goes on in the same progression. before. 3.5 there was 2.0 and before that back in 2002 was the first Net Framework 1.0. .NET Framework version history - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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I am reinstalling Windows Vista and I am wondering if I need to install the older versions of .NET framework when Windows Updates offers them. I expect to also see lots of updates to the older version too. Can I just skip them all, and just install the newest .NET framework ( I think the newest is .NET framework 4?).

Not sure what .NET is used for, the only additional software to be installed after the restore will be Office 2003.

Thanks

A:.NET framework updates

Install them, eventually you'll need them, and better have latest versions available.

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My Win7 system was showing "internet access" (ie, good) and pings worked, both internal and external, BUT none of my browsers could do anything on the web.  I went thru many, many tech notes about network configurations, etc. .. all to no
avail.
I finally went looking for recent changes to my system, and found the following under Windows Updates.
Uninstalling these .Net Framework updates kicked in the browsers.
Do I need to do anything else?
\/\/\/\/
for updates for .NET Framework 4.8 for Win 7 for x64,
I had the following shown as installed.
4511525
4515847
4519568
4503548
That last one (4503548) is still showing as pending in Updates,
but it was also shown as having been installed 6 times (Control Panel).

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Just built a new computer and set up Windows 7 Professional 64bit. I've installed all available updates.

I have windows update set to notify me but not download or install so I choose when to do that.

I keep getting the same two available updates and installing them successfully:

- Security Update for .NET Framework 3.5.1 on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 fo x64- based Systems (KB2446710)

- Security Update for .NET Framework 3.5.1 on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 fo x64- based Systems (KB2478662)

They always install successfully but they keep coming back.

If I go to the update install history, I see many instances of these two being installed.
If I go to Programs and Features and Installed Updates I only see .NET Framework 4.6.1.
And If I just go to Programs and Features I also see 4.6.1.

I've run chkdsk and also SFC with no problems.

Not sure why I have two versions of .NET and why I keep getting 3.5.1 over and over.
Should I try to uninstall both version then run windows update again? Should I run the windows update troubleshooter app?

Thank you.

I've attached some screenshots.

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My Win7 system was showing "internet access" (ie, good) and pings worked, both internal and external, BUT none of my browsers could do anything on the web.  I went thru many, many tech notes about network configurations, etc. .. all to no
avail.
I finally went looking for recent changes to my system, and found the following under Windows Updates.
Uninstalling these .Net Framework updates kicked in the browsers.
Do I need to do anything else?
\/\/\/\/
for updates for .NET Framework 4.8 for Win 7 for x64,
I had the following shown as installed.
4511525
4515847
4519568
4503548
That last one (4503548) is still showing as pending in Updates,
but it was also shown as having been installed 6 times (Control Panel).

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I do manual updates instead of auto. Except for a video problem that just started occurring I've had no issues with my computer or software. As I look at the list of .NET Framework updates that I have not installed I really have to wonder if these are really necessary for John Q. User. Any opinions?

A:Are .NET Framework Updates REALLY Necessary?

I agree with this analysis from our Seven Forums
Downloading Security Updates for .NET Framework 4, necessary? - Windows 7 Forums

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I have .net framework 4.5.2 installed and still have 12 updates waiting for installation in windows update for .net framework 3.5.1, which is no longer installed.

I assumed .net framework 4.5.2 contained all the 3.5.1 stuff. I'm confused. Do these updates still need applying ?
 

A:.net framework 3.5.1 updates

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.1 comes as part of Windows 7, so from time-to-time there'll be security updates for it.

Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6 was recently released and will install over and replace version 4.5.2.

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I have several Windows 7 64-bit machines, but one just yesterday had 5-6 updates for NET Framework 4.0. Now I looked at my records and all of them have been installed previously so I am wondering why these are showing up to be installed when they have already been installed. I ran the Microsoft "Check for updates" on all my machines. All of them with the exception of that one show I am up to date. The one machines shows I need to update 4.0

Is there something wrong with the updater on that one machine? What should I do?

A:Updates again for NET Framework 4

looks like installing a game caused this

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I have Net Framework on my computer. Don't use it that I know of. Now I have two updates for Net Framework that won't install. I get the attached pop up. How can I fix it or remove Net Framework?
 

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Howdy!I've been dealing with Gringo_pr in the malware/viruses/trojan section and have received some spectacular assistance!While cleaning the machines an issue came up that wasn't as important as removing nasties from my machines. It has been a problem for awhile but I made the assumption it was due to the malware that was present. Evidently it is not.I have 2 machines that have d/l'ed but will not install 6 .Net framework security updates. They are;KB 2418241KB 2416447KB 983583KB 951847KB 982524KB 982168I have tried to install them one at a time. I have tried to install them on shut down. I have tried to install them all at once. They simply will not install.One of them, KB 982168, will say 'Done!' but when the machine reboots it is still in the install list. I have looked in the Add/Remove program and it doesn't show up in the updates ....I'm thinking I might have to uninstall/reinstall the .Net framework but I'll need some help with that if I have to go there.What I have on these machines as far as the .Net framework goes is;.Net framework 1.1.Net framework 2.0 SP 2.Net framework 3.0 SP 2.Net framework 3.5 SP 1That is what is showing in the Add/Remove program.Any ideas as to what may have happened or what I may need to do to be able to install these updates? Any help will be appreciated!KCOn Edit; It might be nice if I told you I am running Win XP SP 3

A:.Net framework updates won't install

The .NET framework is a mess when the install messes up, I found that a clean intsall made it easier. You can go through the add/remove programs route and the trouble shooters at MS Support but it is painful, I think I eventualy went with a tool by Aaron Strebner. But the process is such a pain, I would recomend the clean install. I work in an environment where data back up and reinstalling is often easier than messing with it.

That and $1.95 will buy you a cup of coffee.

ETA: What error message show in Update History?

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The following updates failed and I have not been able to find a solution. Can anyone help please?

Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 SP1 on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008 x86 (KB2656370)
Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 SP1 on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008 x86 (KB2656353)

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 3, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6400 @ 2.13GHz, x86 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 6
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 3070 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 6200 LE, 512 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 232048 MB, Free - 151621 MB; D: Total - 6404 MB, Free - 1506 MB;
Motherboard: ASUSTek Computer INC., Basswood
Antivirus: BullGuard Antivirus, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled
 

A:Solved: Framework Updates

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I had notice of 3 Framework Critiical Updates:
KB 2633889
KB 2572073
KB 2518864
I allowed them to download and install and when I went back to Critical Updates, it shows the same 3 Criticap Updates to be downloaded.
What is going on? Does anyone know?
I restarted computer and still the same 3 CUs are showing.
I have WinXP SP3.

(Tried to post quesiton on the MS Forums, but my message/thread would not post. Don't know why as they always posted previously.)
 

A:Framework Critical Updates

Apparently is a known bug and we're just waiting for MS to issue a fix for it.

In the meantime, you can hide those updates if you find the reminder thingy annoying but if you do that don't forget to unhide and download them later on.
 

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OS Version = 6.1.7601, Platform 2, Service Pack 1
OS Description = Windows 7 - x64 Home Premium Edition Service Pack 1
CommandLine = C:\b59fdf67c24f8c6605b94980e6ff\\Setup.exe /x86 /x64 /ia64 /web
TimeZone = Eastern Daylight Time
Initial LCID = 1033
Using Simultaneous Download and Install mechanism
Operation: Installing
Package Name = Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Setup
Package Version = 4.0.30319
User Experience Data Collection Policy: AlwaysUploaded
Number of applicable items: 11
Exe (C:\b59fdf67c24f8c6605b94980e6ff\SetupUtility.exe) succeeded.
Exe Log File: dd_SetupUtility.txt
ServiceControl operation succeeded!
ServiceControl operation succeeded!
Exe (C:\Users\NISIDI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Setup_4.0.30319\Windows6.1-KB958488-v6001-x64.msu) failed with 0x240006 - (null).
Exe (C:\b59fdf67c24f8c6605b94980e6ff\SetupUtility.exe) succeeded.
Exe Log File: dd_SetupUtility.txt
MSI (C:\Users\NISIDI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Setup_4.0.30319\netfx_Core_x64.msi) Installation failed. Msi Log: Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Setup_20151019_044456268-MSI_netfx_Core_x64.msi.txt
Final Result: Installation failed with error code: (0x80070643), "Fatal error during installation. " (Elapsed time: 0 00:01:27).

That is the log I get when I attempt to install .NET Framework. Not sure if I posted this in the right spot, but I hope so ^_^ Any help would be appreciated. Not sure WHY it won't let me update, but this has been going... Read more

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OS Version = 6.1.7601, Platform 2, Service Pack 1
OS Description = Windows 7 - x64 Home Premium Edition Service Pack 1
CommandLine = C:\b59fdf67c24f8c6605b94980e6ff\\Setup.exe /x86 /x64 /ia64 /web
TimeZone = Eastern Daylight Time
Initial LCID = 1033
Using Simultaneous Download and Install mechanism
Operation: Installing
Package Name = Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Setup
Package Version = 4.0.30319
User Experience Data Collection Policy: AlwaysUploaded
Number of applicable items: 11
Exe (C:\b59fdf67c24f8c6605b94980e6ff\SetupUtility.exe) succeeded.
Exe Log File: dd_SetupUtility.txt
ServiceControl operation succeeded!
ServiceControl operation succeeded!
Exe (C:\Users\NISIDI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Setup_4.0.30319\Windows6.1-KB958488-v6001-x64.msu) failed with 0x240006 - (null).
Exe (C:\b59fdf67c24f8c6605b94980e6ff\SetupUtility.exe) succeeded.
Exe Log File: dd_SetupUtility.txt
MSI (C:\Users\NISIDI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Setup_4.0.30319\netfx_Core_x64.msi) Installation failed. Msi Log: Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Setup_20151019_044456268-MSI_netfx_Core_x64.msi.txt
Final Result: Installation failed with error code: (0x80070643), "Fatal error during installation. " (Elapsed time: 0 00:01:27).

That is the log I get when I attempt to install .NET Framework. Not sure if I posted this in the right spot, but I hope so ^_^ Any help would be appreciated. Not sure WHY it won't let me update, but this has been going... Read more

A:.net framework 4.0 & 4.5.2 Failed Updates

Hi and welcome to SevenForums,
See if this helps ?
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/976982

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Good day,

A while ago a game on my PC needed .NET Framework 3.5 so I enabled it in the Windows-features options. After that, there were some security updates for .NET Framework that I installed through Windows Update. After I finished the game I uninstalled it and also disabled the .NET Framework 3.5 again via the Windows-features options. However, I can see in the updates section of the Windows programs and features that the .NET Framework security updates are still installed on my PC.

There's a new game I installed yesterday that needed the .NET Framework 3.5 so I enabled it again. However, Windows update is not giving me any of the security updates again since they're already installed on my computer.

Question: Do these updates regarding .NET Framework, even after disabling and enabling the .NET Framework 3.5, still work and function properly for it? Shouldn't I uninstall these updates and install them through Windows update again since I disabled the .NET Framework before?

A:Question about .NET Framework updates

That all sounds pretty normal to me. Once you have enabled a feature and installed any updates required by that feature then disabling that option at some future point will not uninstall those updates. There is no reason to because the .net framework is part of the OS, it wouldn't be logical to take the OS to an earlier state. Its all ready to go next time you enable it and in fact there could well be more updates needed by that time.

So all normal.

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I hope this is the correct thread for this kind of problem.

This past Tuesday (July 9) Microsoft had a big update dump, including many updates to different versions of .NET Framework. I've never had trouble with them before, but I sure did this time.

The 1.1 Service Pack update (KB2833941) couldn't be downloaded, and none of the others (2.0, 3.0, 3.5) will download, either. I went to the Microsoft Community Board, and was advised to uninstall 1.1, then use the Microsoft Framework Clean Up Tool. After doing so, I still couldn't install the update; I got the error message "WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\mscorwks.dll could not be loaded". I do have this file on my system.

Then I was advised to uninstall 2.0. I couldn't do it through Add/Remove programs, so I used the Clean Up tool, as instructed. But now I can't reinstall 2.0, and the other updates still won't install.

I have a lot of errors in my Event Viewer, including Native Wrapper, .NET Runtime Optimization, and COM+ errors.

I tried using the Microsoft telephone service, but they just want to charge me $99 that I don't have.

I am now very confused. I just want to fix this problem so the regular XP and IE updates can be downloaded; right now the Microsoft Updates site won't let me check them until I download the .NET Framework 3.5 update, but that aborts also.

Help! Thanks very much.

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I am now off auto updates in all my systems. Just visited MS as I now do regularly to see wut I am missing; I have all the criticals in all systems, but just saw in this one, I am missing some Net Framework SPs.

Are these necessary? I know not critical, but is everyone getting these? If so, why?

Thank U.
 

A:Solved: NET Framework Updates necessary??

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Im trying to update .Net Framework 3.5 security update and .NET Framework 4 client profile for windows vista Home Premium SP2. I keep getting a failure to install updates and this is the error message I get:
Windows Update_000000FF, that one is for the security update, and this one is for the .4 version of Framework: Windows Update_00000001. Now I've been all-over the forums and a lot of people have this problem. But their is no answer for it, I need a fix!!!
Operating system:
AMD Phenom X4, Quad Core 9150e processor, 4gb Ram, 500gb Harddrive, A Nvidia Geforce GTX Galaxy 220 video card. Please reply to by this thread or email at [email protected]

A:.Net Framework updates not installing

Hello, and welcome to the Vista Forums!

Download and run this tool: Description of the System Update Readiness Tool for Windows Vista, for Windows Server 2008, for Windows 7, and for Windows Server 2008 R2 When it has finished installing the update, it is done!

Navigate to C:\Windows\Logs\CBS, and copy CheckSUR.log to your Desktop, and then upload it.

Thanks, and good luck!

Richard

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I read an article that Microsoft will stop supporting Windows XP April 12th 2012..then a week later I read another article saying it will be delayed until April 2014 because of the popularity of XP.....Do I really need all the Windows updates?....and or Net Framework...Some feel Net Framework is a big scam and waste of space..Thanks for any input

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Hey guys,

After installing these two updates:

.NET Framework 3.5 Family Update (KB959209) x64

Update to .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 for the .NET Framework Assistant x64 (KB963707)

The performance of my PC drastically slowed down during start-up and running of other processes and programs.
I decided to uninstall them; and the performance seemed to be back to normal.

My question is:

Are these updates really necessary for my PC; do I absolutely need them?

Thanks,

Americano

A:Question Regarding .NET Framework Updates

More and more apps rely on the .Net framework, and without those updates you may experience problems or outright failures at some point.

I don't doubt what you're saying regarding your observations of the speed of your machine with and without those updates, but that situation is not normal. Literally millions of PCs sport those same updates and they certainly don't experience user-perceptible performance degredation. In your case, it may be related to problems in one or more (.Net) apps which you use all the time, or perhaps the underlying OS installation is subtly broken... not enough info for useful guesses just yet.

If you're keen to troubleshoot, you may want to reapply the updates so that you can pinpoint something specific which is then far slower. Once you've got a specific problem in your sights, it becomes easier to test possible solutions.

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Hello, I went update the NET Framework updates and Microsoft Visual Studio updates and they slow down my computer! My wireless connection WON'T start UNLESS I click on Internet Explorer or drag my mouse on "Connect to". Useless updates by Microsoft

So I did a system restore... Now, the NET Framework seem to be corrupted:
http://i51.tinypic.com/2e22ro8.jpg
http://i55.tinypic.com/2dwe2k4.png

And I still have the same issue with the wireless connection because of the Framework updates.

So, how do I repair the corrupted NET Framework? Are there useless Framework update I can uninstall?

A:NET Framework updates corrupted

Hello Pat(rick),

Have you tried to uninstall the .NET Framework, then reinstall the latest?
bloopie

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I experienced BSOD three times already from installing windows updates for .NET Framework 4. The OS launched the system restore and reverted the changes. I think I need to install these updates for me to run AutoCAD 2012 since the program crashes too.


Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 50
BCP1: FFFFF87FFDB8647A
BCP2: 0000000000000001
BCP3: FFFFFA800C7A9080
BCP4: 0000000000000005
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 768_1

Files that help describe the problem:
C:\Windows\Minidump\091412-16972-01.dmp
C:\Users\Ryan Oliver\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-48625-0.sysdata.xml

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A:BSOD After Installing Updates for .NET Framework 4

Hello animate.

Please post it following the http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...tructions.html so that we can obtain the necessary information to help you.

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I had to add .NET Framework 4.0 for Seatools. Now it keeps adding updates for .NET Framework 4.0. There are 3 of them and they keep showing up in automatic updates. Shouldn't it reject multiples of the same KB update number? I'm unsure what the problem may be or how to resolve it.
 

A:Solved: Incessant updates for .NET Framework 4

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hi tech guys-

i recently wiped and re-installed my win XP, with SP3 as before. it took me awhile to realize this (distracted by other issues) but pretty well daily i was being advised that i had updates waiting to be installed. most often i'd shut the PC down at night, opting for the updates to happen overnight, after which the PC would supposedly shut down. each morning i'd re-boot and see a message that 6 updates had failed to install. i finally realized that it is the same 6 updates every time, all having to do with the .NET framework. so i've been disregarding the update advisories for a couple of weeks now, but am worried that by not installing the 6 .NET items, i am blocking any chance of windows downloading other, possibly more critical updates. not to mention the possibility that the .NET updates could also be important as well.
is there a manual workaround or some other way i should be approaching this issue?

thanks in advance- MEZZ
 

A:Solved: problem with .NET framework updates

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Okay for some retarted reason the windows update window wont install .net framework 4 or the security updates for it.

I manage to do a stand alone install for .net framework 4 but it wont let me get the updates for the security through the windows update and keeps coming up with this error:

.Netframework security patch error:
ngen.exe entry point not found. the procedure entry point CLRCreateInstance could not be locate in the dynamic link library mscoree.dll but all other updates
are fine..

I also have this same problem with microsoft fixit tool..

anyone got any solutions how to fix this nagging problem.

A:Installing updates for the Microsoft .NET Framework 4

Have you had a chance to review this Microsoft knowledge base article?

Update for the .NET Framework 4

It also seems to be a requirement to have all previous .NET Framework versions installed as they work side by side (some parts of .NET 4 may need parts of .NET 1, 2, 3, 3.5 to work correctly.)

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Hi

I am sending this from work as I cant actually use my home PC at the moment (not the Win7 OS anyways - the Vista HP SP2 works faultlessly!).

On my home PC's WIN7 OS I have continual 'lockups'...easiest way to describe it. The PC just stops working after a few minutes...my Gadget clock with a second hand just stops - time freezes. The only way to get any action is to hard boot.

So last night I did another system restore back to Sept 21 configuration.

NO PROBLEM with system, worked fine. So I went to Windows Update and downloaded the 5 Office 2007 updates on offer. After, still no problem.

But when wanting to close down I noticed that the PC was offering up the "Shut down and install Updates" pop-up. So I went back to Windows Update to see what was on offer and there were 2 seperate .Net updates (one for Win2000, WinXP and Vista) and the other for WIN7. Also, a Killbits update and a cumulative security update for IE8.

I left all checked and installed all. Rebooted, and ... bugga ... back to the lockedup PC I went!....so ...my longwinded question is...why the 2 .Net updates???

I am going to restore again tonite and then hide the .Net Win2000/XP/Vista .Net update and only install the Win7 one, and I am then one by one going to install the killbits and IE8 updates...to try an isolate the cause.

Failing that...........???

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A:2 separate Net framework, an IE8 and killbits updates

Roddy, maaaaate

The .Net updates don't have the architectural wherewithall to completely lock up a machine, though I don't doubt your observations regarding their presence being apparently linked.

Can you explain the symptoms of the "lockup" in greater detail? Does the mouse pointer still move? Does ctrl-shift-esc bring up the Task Manager? Can the machine be pinged from another box on the network? Can you connect to its shares?

Answers to those questions would help us to understand just how "dead" the OS really is, and hence on what level to try troubleshooting.

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Here's a screen shot from one of my XP computers showing the add/remove programs list.

What's the deal with all these .Net Framework updates like CRT, CA, CLR, PreXP and all the WCS, WPF, WF_32, XPS and others?
 

A:Solved: .Net Framework related updates

My guess is they are all packaged in the .NET framwork updates that Microsoft releases with automatic update because my computer shows them all listed as well.
 

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Greetings...
I've researched quite a bit to try and troubleshoot this on my own, but I think my problem stems from the fact that I installed and may be am running the wrong version of Windows Installer on my system. Please don't laugh...do I have a 64bit or an 86bit or am I running Win NT like HiJack This says? I think I installed the WIndows Installer for x86 and not mine...or does it not make a difference. Hence, my WIndows Installer is set up to run automatically in services, but it keeps stopping despite my re-starting it right before I attempt to download the NET Framework updates. I uninstalled the NET 1.1 and 2.0 that I already had on my computer and tried to reinstall them after downloading and running the Windows Installer Cleanup Utility. I've unreg'd and reg'd Windows Installer. I attempted to run the WFP Scan and didn't know where I was going with that. I've read and read MS KB articles to a point where I am tired and thinking I might make things worse. I thought about uninstalling Windows Installer and re-installing and then it warns me that all sorts of programs, like every one, may not run, so I didn't go there.

So, I hope the above paragraph explains thoroughly what I've done, not done and what my issue is. Or not...so let me know what more info you need to assess. I'm perplexed and could use someone's help. Below is my HijackThis log and the #023's are shady items I know, but your advice as to what... Read more

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Every day I am getting update for Microsoft .Net Native Framework Package 1.2.23205.0 - its successful.

Any ideas why and how to fix?

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I've tried to install Microsoft .Net Framework updates for several weeks now, but all but "Update 5 of 7" fail. I know these updates are important to my security, so does anyone have a solution?

A:Microsoft .NET Framework updates fail to install

.NET Framework is different from other apps. You may or may not need the different versions if they are required by an app. The problem users have is when you uninstall an app that uses .NET Framework, the app leaves .NET Framework behind. To fix this, open Add/Remove Programs and attempt to remove all versions of .NET Framework. If a version can't be removed, leave it alone. That means you need it. After removing all .NET Framework versions, run the cleanup tool at the link below. That should get rid of the updates. You shouldn't need to reinstall the removed versions of .NET Framework.
 
 
 
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Hello,

I'm currently running Windows 7 PRO 64bit and having issues installing two separate net framework security updates. KB2943357 and KB2973112. I've run SFC /scannow as well as DISM.exe /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth. I'll attach those logs within this post. If more information is needed please let me know. Thank you!

A:Issues with installing two separate net framework 3.5.1 updates

CheckSUR shows the following problems...

Code:
Unavailable repair files:
servicing\packages\Package_25_for_KB2973112~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~6.1.1.0.mum
servicing\packages\Package_25_for_KB2973112~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~6.1.1.0.cat
I'll post a fix protocol when I can.

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