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Enabling rollback


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Hi, Im trying to get the latest drivers for my ATI graphics card but it says I need Windows .NET Frameworks so I downloaded what I needed, but it says that I need to enable rollback to complete the installing of the frameworks. Anyone know how to enable rollback so I can install these frameworks?
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Hello,

Never heard of the requirment to rollback anything while installing .Net Framework. Everytime I have ever installed it, it went right in.

What version are you trying to use?

HERE'S the link to version 1.1

HERE'S the link to version 2

I don't know which you require, but what you should do is uninstall whatever version you installed through ADD/REMOVE Programs and reinstall.
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Well first of all the problem is I dont have a current version of it on my computer supposedly. I tried to install both versions you posted and I keep getting the same thing "must enable rollback to continue with setup".
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If system restore is off you can get that message
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System restore is enabled. So probably not that.
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http://support.micro...b/312499/EN-US/ try that
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I figured out how to enable my rollback, thank you for the comments guys.
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