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Microsoft.NET Framework error on startup


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pianoplayer07

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Hi all,

On my XP Home Edition machine a pop up has been occurring after start up about a Microsoft.NET Framework error involving an unhandled exception with an application occurring. I'm not sure how it ever started and I don't think it involves malware or a virus since I don't do much internet surfing on this particular machine anymore and what little I do it is typical browsing and nothing more which could compromise security. So I take it's something else that has somehow messed a file or something up? Anyway I have attached a screen shot of the error that pops up so that hopefully someone will be able to decipher what is going on and come up with a fix.

Thanks!

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Edited by pianoplayer07, 11 March 2011 - 10:11 PM.

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noknojon

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Hi -
You always have the option to uninstall the .Net Framework items from Add / Remove (in Control panel) -

Then you go back to Microsoft Updates and reinstall the .Net Framework items that you deleted -

Thank You -
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