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milfredo

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When I go to install .net framework 2.0 I get an error saying I need to make sure I have authorization, but no where does it let me do that. So I don't know what to do. How do I let it know I am the man...this is my computer.


Please any help wouild be appreciated.

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The account you are using must be labelled as a "Computer Administrator" in Control Panel->User Accounts.
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Thanks. I did that and now get error that says to make sure I have access to .net framework 1.0

Now what do I do. This is driving me nuts. I have a couple of programs I need that won't run till I get .net 2.0 going.

Thanks in Advance

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Install .NET 1.1 first, then install .NET 2.0.
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Thank You. I assume I will have to get rid of 1 first and then redownload and install.


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Yes, uninstall all versions of .NET that appear in Add or Remove Programs then install .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0. Do a Windows update after to get any updates for them.

Also, set Automatic Updates to notify you, rather than Automatic so you can see what is being offered and refuse .NET 3.0 as it seems to cause more problems that it's worth (if it's worth anything).
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