So we all know that in Windows 7, the .NET Framework is already included with the system. With my system, the .NET Framework is currently turned off. Frankly I don't like .NET and I find that its only used during installation of programs; once the program is installed, I usually get rid of .NET and call it a day. I've been doing this for a long time, and I've been running Windows 7 since August without any issues.
Now I need to turn .NET back on so that I can install a program... but I can't. When I try to turn on the .NET Framework in the Programs and Features menu, I get the following error:
An error has occurred. Not all of the features were successfully changed.
Also be advised that I have done a TON of services.msc editing over the course of the months. The System File Checker also found no errors.