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07 Apr 2014   #1
tesihome

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Help Windows 7 error 0x80073712

Hi all, I'm trying to install a vodafone mobile internet wifi desktop computer with windows 7 and no wireless network card, I allow, that supplied no cd for any software installation, in fact connecting the device to the pc with usb , the setup of the 'installation will start automatically.
My problem is that it is successful the 'installation, at some point, it stops and windows gives me the following error: An error occurred During the installation of assembly component (98CB24AD-52FB-A01F-DB5F-C88389A1E18E) HRESULT : 0x80073712. l 'installation is not completed and is canceled.
C 'is someone who can help me with this problem? I did research on google, but honestly, I have not found anything concrete, has what it refers to this error code, some say it's a problem of Net framework 3.5, but others, it's a problem of windows update.
I thank in advance anyone who can give me a hand


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08 Apr 2014   #2
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