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JOE

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My partner announced that her computer does not act right - mostly in printing - I will not print sometimes - doing a printer test - it works great - I noticed that the icon said SP1 wanted to be installed - I started it and after a couple of minutes it says The following ipdates were not installed next line Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Service Pack 1 no error codes

Also I noticed we can not get the Microsoft Updates to run - on this I am wondering if the IE7 did not completely install

There are more prooblems but I hope fixing these will help the rest

HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hi Joe,

Have you tried installing the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1? Using the redistributable gives you all the .NET versions. You may also wish to try Dial-a-fix. :P

I tried dial a fix but not the 3.5 SP1 I will try that

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I did the 3.5 and dial a fix

The computer does not show any upgrades to load

BUT when I go to START and then Help and Support it says it can not find "HELPCTR.EXE"

I did a search on 2 computers and it located the same on both.

Also in IE7 I try to go to tools and it says we need to go to the administrator - this computer is not set up for passwords or anything

The last item which is the orginal problem is in some programs no printer can be found

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Okay Joe, download and run this program:

http://www.lunarsoft.net/downloads/doc_dow...rk-cleanup-tool

This will fully uninstall all .NET Framework versions. Once that has completed I would recommend restarting your computer. It's been a while since I ran the script so it may require a reboot. Once you're back in Windows, using the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 redist should work without any problems.

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Okay Joe, download and run this program:

http://www.lunarsoft.net/downloads/doc_dow...rk-cleanup-tool

This will fully uninstall all .NET Framework versions. Once that has completed I would recommend restarting your computer. It's been a while since I ran the script so it may require a reboot. Once you're back in Windows, using the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 redist should work without any problems.

I really appreciate all you are doing - question - I can follow what you are saying - What I have doen so far has hurt a couple of things - Like some programs will not open I will try what you have said and see what happens THANKS

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Thanks again I did what you said and I am not sure what the result is

Print shop is still looking for 1.1 and said we may have to reinstall

I can not get any program to work where ActiveX need to be installed

Should I have to reinsatll programs after the step I did?

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No, there's no need to reinstall any programs, just the .NET Framework.

You may need to reset your IE permissions to get ActiveX to work properly. Reset to the default level.

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Thank again

I thin we are getting closer to the problem

When I try to go to tools - Internet Options

I get this message

This operator has been cancelle due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator

She is the only operator???

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There are some strange things - It show that Trina is the Admin and running - But I also have been working with MicroSoft and trying things they suggest and nothing is working their OneCare Safety Scan department - I have some screen shots to send yoy and I can forward what they said to try -

not sure what is happening the files are not loading

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