.Net Framework - Crash during update

December 2016





Here is the solution to the current problem faced by a large number of people on the crash at the update. Net Framework by patches KB886903 and KB887219 Security Bulletin MS05-004, February 8, 2005 loaded with Windows Update:


Like a lot of world I have encountered this problem and obviously the person who answer (even from Microsoft did not say a word!) gallery as I have everyone trying to uninstall. Net Framework by the panel configuration in order to reinstall.

Uninstalling the "unspeakable foo" was not accepted by Windows.


So I tried another method, using Windows Install Cleanup (also very interesting) is available here Address:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301

Once the Windows Install Cleanup installed, I of course started from the Windows Start menu. He apparently helped remove. Net Framework. Cool! But the smile quickly disappeared when I saw that this was only apparent because in attempting to reinstall. Net Framework ... it did not work better!



Then the solution was to search the registry the statement "Classes Root". Net Framework. I quickly found, it is:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT \ Installer \ Products \ DDE7F2BCF1D91C3409CFF425AE1E271A 



I deleted (I can assure you, I knew what I was doing), which allowed me to reinstall my properly. Net Monitoring Framework SP1. Net Framework, followed by updates ... including those who did not pass. And so now everything works perfectly again.



As I do not keep things to myself, I have written below a small procedure in three steps:

Delete the installation. NET Framework Base Registers


For that there are two possibilities: either you know by experience handling Regedit with safety (make some step 1.a below) or you do not really want to touch "this thing full of codes across (while doing step 1.b).
  • 1.a: Method with use of Regedit:
    • Open Regedit
    • Delete (no mistake) the key:


HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT \ Installer \ Products \ DDE7F2BCF1D91C3409CFF425AE1E271A 
  • 1.b: Method without using Regedit:
    • Open the usual Windows Start menu, then click "Run"
    • In the small window that opens, copy & paste complete this line to below (remembering to change the character from the initial R to the final f!):


REG DELETE HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT \ Installer \ Products \ DDE7F2BCF1D91C3409CFF425AE1E271A / f 


It removes the key emm ... e everyone.

Reinstall. Net Framework 1.1


Again there are two possibilities. If you still somewhere in your machine the dotnetfx.exe program whose size is precisely 23,710 KB, then skip to paragraph 2.b below. If you do not have it somewhere in your machine then do the first paragraph 2.a before making the point 2.b.
  • 2.a: Can not find your machine in the dotnetfx.exe program whose size is precisely 23,710 KB, then you need to find a CD in a computer magazine or download it directly from the Microsoft website at:


http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx ? FamilyID = 262d25e3-F589-4842-8157-034d1e7cf3a3 & displaylang = en

(note: if you do not have a broadband connection, go to sleep and come back tomorrow morning ...!)
  • 2.b: Now run the program dotnetfx. exe files whose size is precisely 23,710 K. You reinstalls itself. Net Framework 1.1

Reinstalling the Service Pack 1. Net Framework


Again there are two possibilities. If you still somewhere in your computer program NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe whose size is precisely 10,453 KB, then go straight to the point 3.b below. If you do not have it somewhere in your machine then do the first paragraph 3.a before making the point 3.b
  • 3.a: Do not see your machine in the program NDP1.1sp1-KB867460 - X86.exe whose size is precisely 10,453 KB, then you need to find a CD in a computer magazine or download from the Microsoft site at:


http://www.microsoft.com/ downloads / details.aspx? FamilyID = a8f5654f-088e-40b2-bbdb-a83353618b38 & displaylang = en

(note: if you do not have a broadband connection, you'll relax, take a coffee or a lime, and come back in an hour ...!)
  • 3.b: Now run the program NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe whose size is precisely 10,453 K. You reinstalls itself the Service Pack 1. Net Framework 1.1. It is likely that tells you that SP1 is already installed ... Ignore the warning and reinstall it anyway! No but then!




Here. Once all this done, you can use a good cocktail (with or without alcohol). The usual installation of your latest security updates using Windows Update to pass again without problems.


The address I gave above are for Windows XP (whatever version). If you have Windows Server 2003 you'll have no trouble finding the addresses of equivalent versions on the Microsoft site, knowing that the procedure is exactly the same.

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