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When I try to install MS update KB928367 I receive the message that it cannot be installed because MSJIT.DLL is corrupt or missing. Any suggestions? How can I locate the appropriate DLL file that I need?

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I would guess it mean "Microsoft Just-In-Time".

Yes, given Microsoft naming conventions, that is a reasonable guess for MSJIT.DLL. The trouble is, no such file name exists that I know of. At least, not as a legitimate file for Windows.

So that brings us back to the original question:

When I try to install MS update KB928367 I receive the message that it cannot be installed because MSJIT.DLL is corrupt or missing. Any suggestions? How can I locate the appropriate DLL file that I need?

to which the answer is, you can't locate it anywhere, because it doesn't exist.

Since the .NET Framework 1.0 (including the KB928367 update for it) is now obsolete and unsupported by Microsoft, a better solution is to UNinstall the complete .NET Framework 1.0. If you still need some form of .NET, you should instead install .NET 1.1 or 2.0 or 3.5 as needed.

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Go for 3.5

If you want it, here it is - direct.

....NET Framework 3.5 SP1 **WinXP/Vista**

Size = 242743296 - yes, that's 242 MB / Hash = D481CDA2625D9DD2731A00F482484D86

....NET Framework 3.5 SP1 Readme

If you install 3.5 you will need these updates to 3.5 - (1) NDP20SP2-KB958481-x86.exe , (2) NDP30SP2-KB958483-x86.exe, and (3) NDP35SP1-KB958484-x86.exe - in this order.

...Read Here for more info.

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