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this error appears when i turn off my pc:- microsoft.net 1.1 is not responding what is it and how to resolve this issue?
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Microsoft.net (Microsoft-dot-net) is installed as a folder in C:\Windows if you have the MS Net Framework installed. This may either have been knowingly installed by you because it's required to get some other application to run, or it may have been 'silently' installed from a software CD which requires it. For example, I recently installed roxio Media Creator v9.0 and I now see it's also installed the Net Framework.
It's a perfectly legitimate application, so no worries there.

Some other applications that depend on the .NET Framework for support include the following:

• Microsoft Encarta
• Microsoft Windows Live OneCare
• Intuit QuickBooks
• HP Image Zone
• Streamload
• PayPal
• Grouper

You might solve the problem by updating to the latest Net Framework from Microsoft or applying the service pack to the one you have. The service pack for v1.1 is here:


Version 2.0 of Net Framework is here:

Bear in mind the following:

1. v2.0 requires Windows XP with SP2.

2. When you install a newer version of Net Framework it does not remove or overwrite the existing version (this allows users to have access to different versions on the same PC) so if you do install v2.0 you should remove v1.1 or the problem with that version will remain.
Any applications you have which currently use v1.1 should work quite happily with the v2.0.
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