|18 Nov 2010||#1|
Hey, alot of programs are giving me an error stating: "Mscoree.dll is either not designed to run on windows, or it contains an error". I tried looking it up and have already tried a few things. I attempted to repair .Net 4. And also ran a sfc /scannow.
The scan returned another error "Windows Resource protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them. Details are included in the CBS.log"
The CBS.log is attatched anyone know what to do? (had to be split in two files for size limitations)
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|18 Nov 2010||#2|
On Windows 7 .NET Frameworks 2.0, 3.0, 3.5.1 is inbuilt to the System and so we can’t really troubleshoot much.
For Windows 7 OS we could disable and enable .NET Frameworks 3.5.1 from Turn On or Off Windows components.
1. Go to Control Panel
2. There open Programs and Feature
3. From right side pane Click on Turn On or Off Windows components.
4. From the List uncheck .NET Frameworks 3.5.1 and Click OK
5. The Process might take few minutes to complete
6. Once it’s complete close the Control Panel
7. Open a elevated command prompt
8. Type sfc /scannow and press Enter.
9. Once the it’s completed go ahead and reboot your System
10. Then Go to Control Panel
11. There open Programs and Feature
12. From right side pane Click on Turn On or Off Windows components.
13. From the List check .NET Frameworks 3.5.1 and Click OK
14. Then reboot the System
Hope this helps,
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