|10 Jul 2012||#1|
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Repeating fatal errors with .NET Framework
Has anyone had this issue before?
I use a POS program called Wireless Standard for work, we recently had to upgrade it and as soon as I did. Whenever I try and open it I get the the following error:
CLR error: 80004005. The program will now terminate.
If I try to repair it or re-install it (after uninstalling), it will start rolling back and I'm met with
.NET Framework has not been repaired because: Fatal error during installation
Final Result: Installation failed with error code: (0x80070643), "Fatal error during installation. "
Now the only way that I can get it to work, is if I rename the .NET Framework assembly folder, and then install it afterwards..
Problem is that if I restart the computer at all after i install it (or it restarts because of the windows updater), the CLR error: 80004005 starts all over again.
Has anyone else had this kind of issue?
When I spoke to technical support for the program that we're using they said, that it might be an issue my computer. And i should reformat it, problem is that I just cannot do that I have to many things on it that I can not delete (including certificates).
I've tried adding a new user on it too and its the same problem.
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