|18 Feb 2010||#1|
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[Request] Can't Install DotNet 3.5
I am running Windows 7 Home Premium, Version 6.1, Build 7600. I am trying to install and add-in for Microsoft Word 2003 (redaction add-in). When I click the installer, a dialog box states I need to install "Net framework." It asks it I would like to install it now. I click "yes" in the dialog box and I am taken to the Microsoft website to download the application. I downloaded the application, and when I click on it, nothing happens. I went back to download the entire file instead of the bootstrapper version, and the files will extract, but it stops and closes after the files are extracted.
I even "right-clicked" the file and selected "run as administrator," but the same thing happens. Can anyone provide any insight into this issue?
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|21 Feb 2010||#6|
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Can't Install DotNet 3.5
I appreciate everyone's input in regards to my issues with the "Microsoft Word 2003 Redaction Add-In." After reviewing the error I receive, the dialog box states I need to install "DotNet v1.1." The dialog box asks if I was to install DotNet, but when I click "Yes," I am taken to the v3.5 website.
I searched for v1.1 and I downloaded this particular version of the DotNet framework. Can I install v1.1 even if I already have v3.5 installed, and will it affect my v3.5 installation?
Thanks in advance.
Attachment: MS Redaction Add-In Error Dialog Box
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