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Can't install MS .net framework 2.0 sp2


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Don Stewart

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Can not get "MS .net framework 2.0 sp2 on windows server 2003 & windows XP x86 (KB2729450)" to install. Running XP SP3 and getting error code 0x645. Have tried several "fix it" programs, one had the green check mark like it had fixed it, but hadn't and the other required me to open a DIAGCAB file, which I couldn't.
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You're a bit behind the times using or trying to use Net Framework 2 Don.

Try installing version 4 here...

.Net Framework 4
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Wolfeymole, Thx for the quick response, however I ran the program on the link provided and it did not resolve the yellow shield in my bottom tray.
Please note that I'm not a computer nerd and don't really understand ".Net Framework", but it appears that only 2.0 SP2 won't update, all other are fine.
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Ok then have a read of a similar issue posted at Microsoft.

2 Windows updates failing to install (error code x645)
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Sorry about the delay...you know Christmas & all, but the good news is that the link provided the resolution and MUCH thanks to Wolfeymole this thread and topic can be CLOSED. Have a HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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I'm glad to see that your issue is resolved Don and a happy new year to you too mate. :thumbsup:
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