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mistakenly uninstalled dot NET 2.0


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d_may

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I recently uninstalled dot NET 2.0 and now I cannot install it back.
I have not only tried windows update , but Microsoft download page. I may have read that if you installed tis Mirosoft dot NET 2.0 from a CD you have to again install from a CD, not a link from the Microsoft download page. I keep getting "cannot install because of another program is using "
I know the item in question is not working , cause when I go to sign in on my passport account ((MSN) it says service unavailable.
I need the advice of this forum to get this back. Thank-You! d_may
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You should be able to re-install Net Framework 2.0 from any source regardless of where it originally came from. Try booting into safe mode and installing it (press F8 repeatedly on boot up until advanced startup menu appears. Highlight 'Safe Mode' and press [Enter]). Many installers won't run in safe mode so you'll just have to try it and see if this is one of them.

Edited by pip22, 08 August 2007 - 12:31 PM.

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Thank-You PIP 22 for your fast reply:
I did get dot NET 2.0 installed
Consider this post as solved.
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