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harlan

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morning folks. quick question. having trouble dl'ng two net framework updates. what would happen if i removed all net framework items in add-remove and then go to microsoft update and download all again? would computer be stable enough to do so? tks for any help. topic has probably been covered a bunch. frank.
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.NET framework is not an essential part of a functioning XP system, but rather sort of an add-on that offers extended capabilities. Except for a few specific applications that require it, the complete absence of the whole .NET complex will not be noticed by most home users.
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tks for the reply doc. frank.
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