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Cherry Chang
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I installed WIN7 64-bit FileSeek (IN TAIWAN), but always unable to perform.
The error message is displayed in the additional pattern.

I do not have any clue, can help me?
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Nov 12, 2012 (modified Nov 12, 2012)  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
This usually happens if there's an issue with the .NET Framework. Could you try repairing the .NET Framework on your system using the instructions below?

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/astebner/archive/2007/03/26/how-to-repair-the-net-framework-2-0-and-3-0-on-windows-vista.aspx

Thanks!
Nov 15, 2012  • #2
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Cherry Chang
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I tried to use the link you provided, but it is difficult to understand.
Removed the .NET Framework and reinstall, but still can not solve the problem...
although not to solve, but I still thank you.
Nov 19, 2012  • #3
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Sorry for the confusion, the article has a lot of text to explain how it works. The basic step is just to run "sfc /scannow" at a command prompt. This will run the built-in system file checker to verify and fix any issues with system files, which includes the .NET Framework 2.0 (on Vista and Windows 7). Could you give that a try when you have a chance?

Thanks!
Nov 20, 2012  • #4
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Cherry Chang
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Sorry, I mean still can not solve the problem After execution.
I can not understand "CBS.log".
I try again to perform "sfc / scannow" system still appears to "find damaged files, but some files can not be repaired. Detailed information see CBS.LOG"
What else can I do?
Nov 21, 2012  • #5
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Ok, strange that they couldn't be repaired. You could try completely removing the built-in .NET Framework and then adding it again by doing the following:
  • Navigate to Control Panel > Programs and Features
  • Click the "Turn Windows features on or off" link
  • Uncheck "Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.1" and click OK
  • After it finishes, reboot, then go back in, enable it, and click OK again
Hope that helps!
Nov 22, 2012  • #6
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Cherry Chang
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hi,
I follow the steps, but unfortunately, it still does not work.
Also I once again perform "sfc / scannow", still can not fix the problem ...
Do not know is not because my win7 are not updating properly?
Nov 27, 2012  • #7
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Not really sure what the underlying issue would be, but I did find another article that might be useful. This one includes a .NET Framework verification tool, along with a link to a .NET Framework repair too, so perhaps one of those will help?

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/astebner/archive/2008/10/13/8999004.aspx
Nov 29, 2012  • #8
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Cherry Chang
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Hello,
NET Framework still can not fix, I think the problem is the computer itself,
Has to find another alternative, thank you very much for your assistance.
Dec 7, 2012  • #9
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No problem, sorry it didn't work out!
Dec 7, 2012  • #10
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