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Thread: .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1...(KB963707) faliure.

  1. #1
    The Rook Guest

    .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1...(KB963707) faliure.


    Basically this failed to to download. I tried to download it again but it
    said I have all the updates I need. Yet my 'update history' says it failed.
    The Error Code is : 0x80070BC2. I found the update in my Temp folder (please
    don't ask my how or why). I use Firefox if that's any help. Is there anyone
    who can help me please?


  2. #2
    Robert Aldwinckle Guest

    Re: .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1...(KB963707) faliure.

    <cmd_output OS="XPsp3">
    E:\>set /a c = 0xbc2
    3010
    E:\>net helpmsg %c%

    The requested operation is successful. Changes will not be effective until the system is rebooted.
    </cmd_output>

    That doesn't look like an "error" code to me. Are you rebooting?
    What other symptoms are you getting--after the reboot? ; )

  3. #3
    The Rook Guest

    Re: .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1...(KB963707) faliure.

    I've opened the file and it says this:

    "Installation Log
    Message Types: Errors Verbose Messages
    Message Details: Date Time Function Names
    [6/24/2009, 9:7:54] (HotIron::MspInstallerT<class ATL::CPathT<class
    ATL::CStringT<unsigned short,class ATL::StrTraitATL<unsigned short,class
    ATL::ChTraitsCRT<unsigned short> > > > >::PerformMsiOperation) Patch
    (NDP35SP1-KB963707.msp) install succeeded on product (Microsoft .NET
    Framework 3.5 SP1) and requires reboot. Msi Log: Microsoft .NET Framework
    3.5-KB963707_20090624_090732640-Msi0.txt
    [6/24/2009, 9:7:54] (HotIron::MspInstallerT<class ATL::CPathT<class
    ATL::CStringT<unsigned short,class ATL::StrTraitATL<unsigned short,class
    ATL::ChTraitsCRT<unsigned short> > > > >::PerformMsiOperation)
    MsiApplyMultiplePatches returned 0xBC2: ERROR_SUCCESS_REBOOT_REQUIRED
    [6/24/2009, 9:7:54] Action complete. Log File:
    C:\DOCUME~1\SIMON\LOCALS~1\Temp\Microsoft .NET Framework
    3.5-KB963707_20090624_090732640-Msi0.txt
    [6/24/2009, 9:7:54] (HotIron::MspInstallerT<class ATL::CPathT<class
    ATL::CStringT<unsigned short,class ATL::StrTraitATL<unsigned short,class
    ATL::ChTraitsCRT<unsigned short> > > > >::PerformMsiOperation) exiting
    function/method
    [6/24/2009, 9:7:54] (HotIron::MspInstallerT<class ATL::CPathT<class
    ATL::CStringT<unsigned short,class ATL::StrTraitATL<unsigned short,class
    ATL::ChTraitsCRT<unsigned short> > > > >::PerformMsiOperation) succeeded but
    needs reboot
    [6/24/2009, 9:7:54] (HotIron::CBaseMspInstaller::Install)
    PerformMsiOperation returned 0xBC2
    [6/24/2009, 9:7:54] (HotIron::CBaseMspInstaller::Install) exiting
    function/method
    [6/24/2009, 9:7:54] (HotIron::CBaseMspInstaller::Install)
    PerformMsiOperation returned 0xBC2
    [6/24/2009, 9:7:54] (HotIron::CompositeInstaller::Install) Composite
    Installer is reporting 0x80070BC2 - The requested operation is successful.
    Changes will not be effective until the system is rebooted.
    [6/24/2009, 9:7:54] (HotIron::CompositeInstaller::Install) exiting
    function/method
    [6/24/2009, 9:7:54] (HotIron::CompositeInstaller::Install) The requested
    operation is successful. Changes will not be effective until the system is
    rebooted.
    [6/24/2009, 9:7:54] (HotIron::Main::Run) Final Result: Installation
    completed successfully"

    I know it says "click yes to restart" but it doesn't give me anything to
    click on to restart! However, I have just looked in my "Add or Remove" folder
    and it says that (KB963707) is currently installed. So I presume that
    everything is OK? If that is so, would it be OK to empty my temp folder of
    this (KB963707)?

  4. #4
    Robert Aldwinckle Guest

    Re: .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1...(KB963707) faliure.

    Not until you do a reboot--the old version of some module(s) is still being used.

    After the reboot and after you have confirmed that the new version
    of the modules are in place, if you want.

  5. #5
    The Rook Guest

    Re: .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1...(KB963707) faliure.

    Okay, I have rebooted, what do I need to do to confirm that the new modules
    are in place?

    It says that the program is currently installed on my 'Add or Remove
    Programs'. Do you think I'm set then?

  6. #6
    Robert Aldwinckle Guest

    Re: .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1...(KB963707) faliure.

    It depends on the implementation of the fix. You can get clues from
    the associated KB article and TechNet Security Bulletin (if available)
    or from the update's install log.

    Oh. KB963707? AU hasn't shown it to me yet. Looks like it is just
    an optional hotfix somehow (mis?)categorized as high priority.

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/963707

    Frankly I don't know why it would think that I would need it because I have
    never had FireFox installed let alone its ".NET Framework Assistant 1.0"
    and this is only a single user machine. So I won't be able to help you
    by referring to my logs for this update. Then the only clues you will have
    is from your install logs.

    Probably. A test would be whether it is still offered to you via either WU/AU.
    You're welcome.

  7. #7
    Harry Johnston [MVP] Guest

    Re: .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1...(KB963707) faliure.

    The Firefox .NET Framework Assistant is part of .NET 3.5, and is installed
    regardless of whether Firefox is present or not ... at least, the original
    version was. The behaviour of the updated version hasn't been well documented.

    Harry.

  8. #8
    Robert Aldwinckle Guest

    Re: .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1...(KB963707) faliure.

    My AU still hasn't seen it. MU only. Same thing with the other Office
    related update that's supposedly high priority.

    Meanwhile wuredir is *still* PerUpdate regulated. ; \

  9. #9
    tpgaynor Guest

    RE: .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1...(KB963707) faliure.

    download problem here too, but update file can't be found downloaded
    anywhere, just a filure notice.

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