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  1. #1
    vc Guest

    RE: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!

    Go to the windows update page. Unchecked the updates and expand the tree
    (click on + sign). Choose to hide these updates. YOU DON'T NEED THAT
    CRAP ANYWAY.
    Live happily ever after.

    Peace
    Shagg

  2. #2
    georgelaz7@yahoo.com Guest

    Re: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!

    On Jul 12, 1:45 am, vc <vcolo...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > Go to the windows update page. Unchecked the updates and expand the tree
    > (click on + sign). Choose to hide these updates. YOU DON'T NEED THAT
    > CRAP ANYWAY.
    > Live happily ever after.
    >
    > Peace
    > Shagg


    Here is EXACTLY what you do to solve this problem for Windows XP 32
    bit. If you happen to have a rarer 64 bit version, server OS, or
    SOMETHING else follow the same general instructions but get the
    version of the files appropriate for your system but first, Microsoft
    has pissed me off beyond belief. I looked in my log and this same
    thing happened 6/2006...thanks MSFT for torturing us again this year.
    I thought it was a familiar feeling...nice branding...this is a huge
    humiliation for their .NET team in my opinion or perhaps we should
    start calling them the .NOT team...anyway....

    Steps:
    1) Go to the control panel and select the add/remove software tool
    then TRY and remove everything with .NET in the name. If you can
    remove everything go to step 3. If you cannot remove everything go to
    step 2.

    2) Go and download the windows installer clean up tool at:
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301

    run the windows installer clean up tool and BE CAREFUL to only select
    the .NET items from the list and remove them. Note: this will likely
    leave the names as "dead links" in the Add/Remove Software list
    (ahhh ...Microsoft thoroughness at its best) but not to worry they
    will do no harm and will get fixed when we finish. It's possible to
    clean them up but let's stay out of the registry :-)

    3) Go and get the file "dotnetfx.exe" this is ".NET 1.1" from:

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

    install it.

    4) Go and get the file "NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe" this is the ".NET
    1.1 service pack 1" from: my personal website (JUST KIDDING,
    RELAX...get everything of course from a microsoft.com domain)

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

    install it.

    5) Install the SECURITY patch, the dreaded KB928366, we have all grown
    to hate. You can install it from the Windows Update program (be sure
    to ONLY select the KB928366 patch and NOTHING else, we dont want to
    put back 2.0 or 3.0 yet). It's OK go ahead and click ...it will be
    alright...you can do it...it's just one more time... :-)

    6) Re-run the Windows Update and you can add back in .NET 2.0 and 3.0

    7) Post to thank me...

    Now WHY hasn't Microsoft posted instructions yet? .... What is UP?!

    Good night!

    George


  3. #3
    LennyV Guest

    Re: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!

    Thanks George. I have gone through all the process up to and including
    installing .NET 1.1 but I'm still wondering...

    Do most people need .NET on their computers? It seems to be for developers,
    although MS warns that some programs may not work but which programs rely on
    ..NET?
    --
    Lenny V


    "georgelaz7@yahoo.com" wrote:

    > On Jul 12, 1:45 am, vc <vcolo...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > > Go to the windows update page. Unchecked the updates and expand the tree
    > > (click on + sign). Choose to hide these updates. YOU DON'T NEED THAT
    > > CRAP ANYWAY.
    > > Live happily ever after.
    > >
    > > Peace
    > > Shagg

    >
    > Here is EXACTLY what you do to solve this problem for Windows XP 32
    > bit. If you happen to have a rarer 64 bit version, server OS, or
    > SOMETHING else follow the same general instructions but get the
    > version of the files appropriate for your system but first, Microsoft
    > has pissed me off beyond belief. I looked in my log and this same
    > thing happened 6/2006...thanks MSFT for torturing us again this year.
    > I thought it was a familiar feeling...nice branding...this is a huge
    > humiliation for their .NET team in my opinion or perhaps we should
    > start calling them the .NOT team...anyway....
    >
    > Steps:
    > 1) Go to the control panel and select the add/remove software tool
    > then TRY and remove everything with .NET in the name. If you can
    > remove everything go to step 3. If you cannot remove everything go to
    > step 2.
    >
    > 2) Go and download the windows installer clean up tool at:
    > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301
    >
    > run the windows installer clean up tool and BE CAREFUL to only select
    > the .NET items from the list and remove them. Note: this will likely
    > leave the names as "dead links" in the Add/Remove Software list
    > (ahhh ...Microsoft thoroughness at its best) but not to worry they
    > will do no harm and will get fixed when we finish. It's possible to
    > clean them up but let's stay out of the registry :-)
    >
    > 3) Go and get the file "dotnetfx.exe" this is ".NET 1.1" from:
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 4) Go and get the file "NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe" this is the ".NET
    > 1.1 service pack 1" from: my personal website (JUST KIDDING,
    > RELAX...get everything of course from a microsoft.com domain)
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 5) Install the SECURITY patch, the dreaded KB928366, we have all grown
    > to hate. You can install it from the Windows Update program (be sure
    > to ONLY select the KB928366 patch and NOTHING else, we dont want to
    > put back 2.0 or 3.0 yet). It's OK go ahead and click ...it will be
    > alright...you can do it...it's just one more time... :-)
    >
    > 6) Re-run the Windows Update and you can add back in .NET 2.0 and 3.0
    >
    > 7) Post to thank me...
    >
    > Now WHY hasn't Microsoft posted instructions yet? .... What is UP?!
    >
    > Good night!
    >
    > George
    >
    >


  4. #4
    lespash Guest

    Re: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH IT WAS EASY AFTER I READ WHAT YOU HAD TO SAY THANKS AGAIN
    ONE HAPPY GREY SURFER..........

    "georgelaz7@yahoo.com" wrote:

    > On Jul 12, 1:45 am, vc <vcolo...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > > Go to the windows update page. Unchecked the updates and expand the tree
    > > (click on + sign). Choose to hide these updates. YOU DON'T NEED THAT
    > > CRAP ANYWAY.
    > > Live happily ever after.
    > >
    > > Peace
    > > Shagg

    >
    > Here is EXACTLY what you do to solve this problem for Windows XP 32
    > bit. If you happen to have a rarer 64 bit version, server OS, or
    > SOMETHING else follow the same general instructions but get the
    > version of the files appropriate for your system but first, Microsoft
    > has pissed me off beyond belief. I looked in my log and this same
    > thing happened 6/2006...thanks MSFT for torturing us again this year.
    > I thought it was a familiar feeling...nice branding...this is a huge
    > humiliation for their .NET team in my opinion or perhaps we should
    > start calling them the .NOT team...anyway....
    >
    > Steps:
    > 1) Go to the control panel and select the add/remove software tool
    > then TRY and remove everything with .NET in the name. If you can
    > remove everything go to step 3. If you cannot remove everything go to
    > step 2.
    >
    > 2) Go and download the windows installer clean up tool at:
    > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301
    >
    > run the windows installer clean up tool and BE CAREFUL to only select
    > the .NET items from the list and remove them. Note: this will likely
    > leave the names as "dead links" in the Add/Remove Software list
    > (ahhh ...Microsoft thoroughness at its best) but not to worry they
    > will do no harm and will get fixed when we finish. It's possible to
    > clean them up but let's stay out of the registry :-)
    >
    > 3) Go and get the file "dotnetfx.exe" this is ".NET 1.1" from:
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 4) Go and get the file "NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe" this is the ".NET
    > 1.1 service pack 1" from: my personal website (JUST KIDDING,
    > RELAX...get everything of course from a microsoft.com domain)
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 5) Install the SECURITY patch, the dreaded KB928366, we have all grown
    > to hate. You can install it from the Windows Update program (be sure
    > to ONLY select the KB928366 patch and NOTHING else, we dont want to
    > put back 2.0 or 3.0 yet). It's OK go ahead and click ...it will be
    > alright...you can do it...it's just one more time... :-)
    >
    > 6) Re-run the Windows Update and you can add back in .NET 2.0 and 3.0
    >
    > 7) Post to thank me...
    >
    > Now WHY hasn't Microsoft posted instructions yet? .... What is UP?!
    >
    > Good night!
    >
    > George
    >
    >


  5. #5
    rayso1 Guest

    Re: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!

    georgelaz7@yahoo.com "YOU" are the man! (it worked great first time)

    thanks ray.



    "georgelaz7@yahoo.com" wrote:

    >
    > Here is EXACTLY what you do to solve this problem for Windows XP 32
    > bit. If you happen to have a rarer 64 bit version, server OS, or
    > SOMETHING else follow the same general instructions but get the
    > version of the files appropriate for your system but first, Microsoft
    > has pissed me off beyond belief. I looked in my log and this same
    > thing happened 6/2006...thanks MSFT for torturing us again this year.
    > I thought it was a familiar feeling...nice branding...this is a huge
    > humiliation for their .NET team in my opinion or perhaps we should
    > start calling them the .NOT team...anyway....
    >
    > Steps:
    > 1) Go to the control panel and select the add/remove software tool
    > then TRY and remove everything with .NET in the name. If you can
    > remove everything go to step 3. If you cannot remove everything go to
    > step 2.
    >
    > 2) Go and download the windows installer clean up tool at:
    > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301
    >
    > run the windows installer clean up tool and BE CAREFUL to only select
    > the .NET items from the list and remove them. Note: this will likely
    > leave the names as "dead links" in the Add/Remove Software list
    > (ahhh ...Microsoft thoroughness at its best) but not to worry they
    > will do no harm and will get fixed when we finish. It's possible to
    > clean them up but let's stay out of the registry :-)
    >
    > 3) Go and get the file "dotnetfx.exe" this is ".NET 1.1" from:
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 4) Go and get the file "NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe" this is the ".NET
    > 1.1 service pack 1" from: my personal website (JUST KIDDING,
    > RELAX...get everything of course from a microsoft.com domain)
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 5) Install the SECURITY patch, the dreaded KB928366, we have all grown
    > to hate. You can install it from the Windows Update program (be sure
    > to ONLY select the KB928366 patch and NOTHING else, we dont want to
    > put back 2.0 or 3.0 yet). It's OK go ahead and click ...it will be
    > alright...you can do it...it's just one more time... :-)
    >
    > 6) Re-run the Windows Update and you can add back in .NET 2.0 and 3.0
    >
    > 7) Post to thank me...
    >
    > Now WHY hasn't Microsoft posted instructions yet? .... What is UP?!
    >
    > Good night!
    >
    > George
    >
    >


  6. #6
    Jim Guest

    Re: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!

    Thanks very much for the information. With this dial-up connection it looks I
    won't get bored for the next couple days or so.

    "georgelaz7@yahoo.com" wrote:

    > On Jul 12, 1:45 am, vc <vcolo...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > > Go to the windows update page. Unchecked the updates and expand the tree
    > > (click on + sign). Choose to hide these updates. YOU DON'T NEED THAT
    > > CRAP ANYWAY.
    > > Live happily ever after.
    > >
    > > Peace
    > > Shagg

    >
    > Here is EXACTLY what you do to solve this problem for Windows XP 32
    > bit. If you happen to have a rarer 64 bit version, server OS, or
    > SOMETHING else follow the same general instructions but get the
    > version of the files appropriate for your system but first, Microsoft
    > has pissed me off beyond belief. I looked in my log and this same
    > thing happened 6/2006...thanks MSFT for torturing us again this year.
    > I thought it was a familiar feeling...nice branding...this is a huge
    > humiliation for their .NET team in my opinion or perhaps we should
    > start calling them the .NOT team...anyway....
    >
    > Steps:
    > 1) Go to the control panel and select the add/remove software tool
    > then TRY and remove everything with .NET in the name. If you can
    > remove everything go to step 3. If you cannot remove everything go to
    > step 2.
    >
    > 2) Go and download the windows installer clean up tool at:
    > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301
    >
    > run the windows installer clean up tool and BE CAREFUL to only select
    > the .NET items from the list and remove them. Note: this will likely
    > leave the names as "dead links" in the Add/Remove Software list
    > (ahhh ...Microsoft thoroughness at its best) but not to worry they
    > will do no harm and will get fixed when we finish. It's possible to
    > clean them up but let's stay out of the registry :-)
    >
    > 3) Go and get the file "dotnetfx.exe" this is ".NET 1.1" from:
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 4) Go and get the file "NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe" this is the ".NET
    > 1.1 service pack 1" from: my personal website (JUST KIDDING,
    > RELAX...get everything of course from a microsoft.com domain)
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 5) Install the SECURITY patch, the dreaded KB928366, we have all grown
    > to hate. You can install it from the Windows Update program (be sure
    > to ONLY select the KB928366 patch and NOTHING else, we dont want to
    > put back 2.0 or 3.0 yet). It's OK go ahead and click ...it will be
    > alright...you can do it...it's just one more time... :-)
    >
    > 6) Re-run the Windows Update and you can add back in .NET 2.0 and 3.0
    >
    > 7) Post to thank me...
    >
    > Now WHY hasn't Microsoft posted instructions yet? .... What is UP?!
    >
    > Good night!
    >
    > George
    >
    >


  7. #7
    Jim Guest

    Re: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!

    Thanks !!! Looks like I will have plenty to do for a couple days or more with
    this dial-up connection. Do you know if I should have .NET 3.0 ? it doesn't
    show on the Add/Remove page. But then again .NET Framework 1.1 Service pack 1
    doesn't show either and when I try to download and install it give me the
    message that it is installed. Couldn't be a MS screw up !!!

    "LennyV" wrote:

    > Thanks George. I have gone through all the process up to and including
    > installing .NET 1.1 but I'm still wondering...
    >
    > Do most people need .NET on their computers? It seems to be for developers,
    > although MS warns that some programs may not work but which programs rely on
    > .NET?
    > --
    > Lenny V
    >
    >
    > "georgelaz7@yahoo.com" wrote:
    >
    > > On Jul 12, 1:45 am, vc <vcolo...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > > > Go to the windows update page. Unchecked the updates and expand the tree
    > > > (click on + sign). Choose to hide these updates. YOU DON'T NEED THAT
    > > > CRAP ANYWAY.
    > > > Live happily ever after.
    > > >
    > > > Peace
    > > > Shagg

    > >
    > > Here is EXACTLY what you do to solve this problem for Windows XP 32
    > > bit. If you happen to have a rarer 64 bit version, server OS, or
    > > SOMETHING else follow the same general instructions but get the
    > > version of the files appropriate for your system but first, Microsoft
    > > has pissed me off beyond belief. I looked in my log and this same
    > > thing happened 6/2006...thanks MSFT for torturing us again this year.
    > > I thought it was a familiar feeling...nice branding...this is a huge
    > > humiliation for their .NET team in my opinion or perhaps we should
    > > start calling them the .NOT team...anyway....
    > >
    > > Steps:
    > > 1) Go to the control panel and select the add/remove software tool
    > > then TRY and remove everything with .NET in the name. If you can
    > > remove everything go to step 3. If you cannot remove everything go to
    > > step 2.
    > >
    > > 2) Go and download the windows installer clean up tool at:
    > > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301
    > >
    > > run the windows installer clean up tool and BE CAREFUL to only select
    > > the .NET items from the list and remove them. Note: this will likely
    > > leave the names as "dead links" in the Add/Remove Software list
    > > (ahhh ...Microsoft thoroughness at its best) but not to worry they
    > > will do no harm and will get fixed when we finish. It's possible to
    > > clean them up but let's stay out of the registry :-)
    > >
    > > 3) Go and get the file "dotnetfx.exe" this is ".NET 1.1" from:
    > >
    > > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    > >
    > > install it.
    > >
    > > 4) Go and get the file "NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe" this is the ".NET
    > > 1.1 service pack 1" from: my personal website (JUST KIDDING,
    > > RELAX...get everything of course from a microsoft.com domain)
    > >
    > > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    > >
    > > install it.
    > >
    > > 5) Install the SECURITY patch, the dreaded KB928366, we have all grown
    > > to hate. You can install it from the Windows Update program (be sure
    > > to ONLY select the KB928366 patch and NOTHING else, we dont want to
    > > put back 2.0 or 3.0 yet). It's OK go ahead and click ...it will be
    > > alright...you can do it...it's just one more time... :-)
    > >
    > > 6) Re-run the Windows Update and you can add back in .NET 2.0 and 3.0
    > >
    > > 7) Post to thank me...
    > >
    > > Now WHY hasn't Microsoft posted instructions yet? .... What is UP?!
    > >
    > > Good night!
    > >
    > > George
    > >
    > >


  8. #8
    bakanz Guest

    RE: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!

    I successfully applied George's alternative Posted As 'RE: KB928365 and
    KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!' Thus reinstalled dotnetfx (after msi
    cleanup utility) 1.1 , then update net 1.12 with kb928366. Finally
    reinstalled dotNet2.0 after which the update kb928365 was applied via ms
    Update normally.
    Thanks very much George:)

    "vc" wrote:

    > Go to the windows update page. Unchecked the updates and expand the tree
    > (click on + sign). Choose to hide these updates. YOU DON'T NEED THAT
    > CRAP ANYWAY.
    > Live happily ever after.
    >
    > Peace
    > Shagg
    >


  9. #9
    ratchet Guest

    Re: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!

    On Jul 12, 2:25 am, georgel...@yahoo.com wrote:
    > On Jul 12, 1:45 am, vc <vcolo...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    > > Go to the windows update page. Unchecked the updates and expand the tree
    > > (click on + sign). Choose to hide these updates. YOU DON'T NEED THAT
    > > CRAP ANYWAY.
    > > Live happily ever after.

    >
    > > Peace
    > > Shagg

    >
    > Here is EXACTLY what you do to solve this problem for Windows XP 32
    > bit. If you happen to have a rarer 64 bit version, server OS, or
    > SOMETHING else follow the same general instructions but get the
    > version of the files appropriate for your system but first, Microsoft
    > has pissed me off beyond belief. I looked in my log and this same
    > thing happened 6/2006...thanks MSFT for torturing us again this year.
    > I thought it was a familiar feeling...nice branding...this is a huge
    > humiliation for their .NET team in my opinion or perhaps we should
    > start calling them the .NOT team...anyway....
    >
    > Steps:
    > 1) Go to the control panel and select the add/remove software tool
    > then TRY and remove everything with .NET in the name. If you can
    > remove everything go to step 3. If you cannot remove everything go to
    > step 2.
    >
    > 2) Go and download the windows installer clean up tool at:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301
    >
    > run the windows installer clean up tool and BE CAREFUL to only select
    > the .NET items from the list and remove them. Note: this will likely
    > leave the names as "dead links" in the Add/Remove Software list
    > (ahhh ...Microsoft thoroughness at its best) but not to worry they
    > will do no harm and will get fixed when we finish. It's possible to
    > clean them up but let's stay out of the registry :-)
    >
    > 3) Go and get the file "dotnetfx.exe" this is ".NET 1.1" from:
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...d=262D25E3-F58...
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 4) Go and get the file "NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe" this is the ".NET
    > 1.1 service pack 1" from: my personal website (JUST KIDDING,
    > RELAX...get everything of course from a microsoft.com domain)
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...d=A8F5654F-088...
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 5) Install the SECURITY patch, the dreaded KB928366, we have all grown
    > to hate. You can install it from the Windows Update program (be sure
    > to ONLY select the KB928366 patch and NOTHING else, we dont want to
    > put back 2.0 or 3.0 yet). It's OK go ahead and click ...it will be
    > alright...you can do it...it's just one more time... :-)
    >
    > 6) Re-run the Windows Update and you can add back in .NET 2.0 and 3.0
    >
    > 7) Post to thank me...
    >
    > Now WHY hasn't Microsoft posted instructions yet? .... What is UP?!
    >
    > Good night!
    >
    > George


    Indeed this worked, Thank You! I was so sick of the yellow
    notification icon. I had like seven "successful" installations in my
    history yet the icon. Thank you again!


  10. #10
    Victor Colon Guest

    Re: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!

    Geez , everyone gives George the thanks, not me. and it was MY post. LOL

    "vc" <vcolon12@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:6ejli.13312$g44.6846@trnddc02...
    > Go to the windows update page. Unchecked the updates and expand the tree
    > (click on + sign). Choose to hide these updates. YOU DON'T NEED THAT CRAP
    > ANYWAY.
    > Live happily ever after.
    >
    > Peace
    > Shagg




  11. #11
    rayso1 Guest

    Re: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!

    It was "george's" instructions that worked! NOT your's "victor" sorry m8.

    Thanks ray.



    "Victor Colon" wrote:

    > Geez , everyone gives George the thanks, not me. and it was MY post. LOL
    >
    > "vc" <vcolon12@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:6ejli.13312$g44.6846@trnddc02...
    > > Go to the windows update page. Unchecked the updates and expand the tree
    > > (click on + sign). Choose to hide these updates. YOU DON'T NEED THAT CRAP
    > > ANYWAY.
    > > Live happily ever after.
    > >
    > > Peace
    > > Shagg

    >
    >
    >


  12. #12
    Jimsteel Guest

    Re: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!



    "georgelaz7@yahoo.com" wrote:

    >
    > Here is EXACTLY what you do to solve this problem for Windows XP 32
    > bit. If you happen to have a rarer 64 bit version, server OS, or
    > SOMETHING else follow the same general instructions but get the
    > version of the files appropriate for your system but first, Microsoft
    > has pissed me off beyond belief. I looked in my log and this same
    > thing happened 6/2006...thanks MSFT for torturing us again this year.
    > I thought it was a familiar feeling...nice branding...this is a huge
    > humiliation for their .NET team in my opinion or perhaps we should
    > start calling them the .NOT team...anyway....
    >
    > Steps:
    > 1) Go to the control panel and select the add/remove software tool
    > then TRY and remove everything with .NET in the name. If you can
    > remove everything go to step 3. If you cannot remove everything go to
    > step 2.
    >
    > 2) Go and download the windows installer clean up tool at:
    > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301
    >
    > run the windows installer clean up tool and BE CAREFUL to only select
    > the .NET items from the list and remove them. Note: this will likely
    > leave the names as "dead links" in the Add/Remove Software list
    > (ahhh ...Microsoft thoroughness at its best) but not to worry they
    > will do no harm and will get fixed when we finish. It's possible to
    > clean them up but let's stay out of the registry :-)
    >
    > 3) Go and get the file "dotnetfx.exe" this is ".NET 1.1" from:
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 4) Go and get the file "NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe" this is the ".NET
    > 1.1 service pack 1" from: my personal website (JUST KIDDING,
    > RELAX...get everything of course from a microsoft.com domain)
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 5) Install the SECURITY patch, the dreaded KB928366, we have all grown
    > to hate. You can install it from the Windows Update program (be sure
    > to ONLY select the KB928366 patch and NOTHING else, we dont want to
    > put back 2.0 or 3.0 yet). It's OK go ahead and click ...it will be
    > alright...you can do it...it's just one more time... :-)
    >
    > 6) Re-run the Windows Update and you can add back in .NET 2.0 and 3.0
    >
    > 7) Post to thank me...
    >
    > Now WHY hasn't Microsoft posted instructions yet? .... What is UP?!
    >
    > Good night!
    >
    > George
    >
    > I have tried repeatedly to follow these instructions, I get stopped at step 2,all that my system offers is either an install/unstall of microsoft office update.I have tried saving the file to disk, running it and running it from the microsoft page as well. No luck with either...cannot unstall anything of course..any more help would be greatly appreciated



  13. #13
    Jimsteel Guest

    Re: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!



    "Jimsteel" wrote:

    > >
    > > I have tried repeatedly to follow these instructions, I get stopped at step 2,all that my system offers is either an install/unstall of microsoft office update.I have tried saving the file to disk, running it and running it from the microsoft page as well. No luck with either...cannot unstall anything of course..any more help would be greatly appreciated

    >


  14. #14
    Jimsteel Guest

    Re: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!



    "Jimsteel" wrote:

    >
    > >
    > > I have tried repeatedly to follow these instructions, I get stopped at step 2,all that my system offers is either an install/unstall of microsoft office update.I have tried saving the file to disk, running it and running it from the microsoft page as well. No luck with either...cannot unstall anything of course..any more help would be greatly appreciated

    >

    Disregard this I had a duh moment and finally noticed that I had to
    redownload the step 2 app,evidently is did not install the first time...ahh
    the joys of "senior moments'

  15. #15
    hstokar@stokar.com Guest

    Re: KB928365 and KB928366 PROBLEM SOLVED READ!!!!

    Glad this helped others, but it did nothing forme. I'm left with the same
    DAMNED uninstalled update.

    "georgelaz7@yahoo.com" wrote:

    > On Jul 12, 1:45 am, vc <vcolo...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > > Go to the windows update page. Unchecked the updates and expand the tree
    > > (click on + sign). Choose to hide these updates. YOU DON'T NEED THAT
    > > CRAP ANYWAY.
    > > Live happily ever after.
    > >
    > > Peace
    > > Shagg

    >
    > Here is EXACTLY what you do to solve this problem for Windows XP 32
    > bit. If you happen to have a rarer 64 bit version, server OS, or
    > SOMETHING else follow the same general instructions but get the
    > version of the files appropriate for your system but first, Microsoft
    > has pissed me off beyond belief. I looked in my log and this same
    > thing happened 6/2006...thanks MSFT for torturing us again this year.
    > I thought it was a familiar feeling...nice branding...this is a huge
    > humiliation for their .NET team in my opinion or perhaps we should
    > start calling them the .NOT team...anyway....
    >
    > Steps:
    > 1) Go to the control panel and select the add/remove software tool
    > then TRY and remove everything with .NET in the name. If you can
    > remove everything go to step 3. If you cannot remove everything go to
    > step 2.
    >
    > 2) Go and download the windows installer clean up tool at:
    > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301
    >
    > run the windows installer clean up tool and BE CAREFUL to only select
    > the .NET items from the list and remove them. Note: this will likely
    > leave the names as "dead links" in the Add/Remove Software list
    > (ahhh ...Microsoft thoroughness at its best) but not to worry they
    > will do no harm and will get fixed when we finish. It's possible to
    > clean them up but let's stay out of the registry :-)
    >
    > 3) Go and get the file "dotnetfx.exe" this is ".NET 1.1" from:
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 4) Go and get the file "NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe" this is the ".NET
    > 1.1 service pack 1" from: my personal website (JUST KIDDING,
    > RELAX...get everything of course from a microsoft.com domain)
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    >
    > install it.
    >
    > 5) Install the SECURITY patch, the dreaded KB928366, we have all grown
    > to hate. You can install it from the Windows Update program (be sure
    > to ONLY select the KB928366 patch and NOTHING else, we dont want to
    > put back 2.0 or 3.0 yet). It's OK go ahead and click ...it will be
    > alright...you can do it...it's just one more time... :-)
    >
    > 6) Re-run the Windows Update and you can add back in .NET 2.0 and 3.0
    >
    > 7) Post to thank me...
    >
    > Now WHY hasn't Microsoft posted instructions yet? .... What is UP?!
    >
    > Good night!
    >
    > George
    >
    >


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