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Windows 7: .Net framework issues

08 Nov 2009   #11

Win7 Home Premium 64bit
disabling "lxdxamon" worked for me too

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jeffsands View Post
I figured out the problem for me. It was that i had a lexmark printer installed and one of the startup programs caused that prompt. If you do have a lexmark printer, run MSConfig and disable "lxdxamon" for the startup programs. The printer will work fine and the prompt will go away. If its still there try disabling lxdxamon.exe, the other lexmark startup program.
Thanks Jeff! Hope that those who all bought the Acer Aspire 5538 with the wireless lexmark printer from theshoppingchannel read this. As for Windows7 here we go again with bugs and fixes.

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03 Dec 2009   #12

windows 7
Same's the fix

I had the same issue ... here is what worked for me:
1. COMPLETELY uninstall ALL Lexmark programs (start/control panel/programs/uninstall
2. Turn your computer OFF (A reboot may work...but I prefer to turn the computer off...wait 20 secs then turn it back on.
3.Download the correct drivers/updates from the Lexmark site. Make sure you get the 64bit version if needed.
4. Install
5. Reboot

You should be good to go!
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20 Mar 2010   #13
Mike Klick

Windows 7

Everytime upon startup my ASUS G72gx laptop displays this:"Required System Software Not Installed; Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 is required to continue; This software is available for free download at Microsoft Download Center" I,of course, immediately comply & check the installation integrity of Micrsoft.NET Framework. It is installed. How do I rid myself of the "Required System Software Not Installed" message display, when in fact it is.
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20 Mar 2010   #14

Windows 7 32- and 64-bit (dualboot) on PC, 7 64-bit pre-installed on laptop
.Net framework issues

This is a common problem. I found the error in my case was using the wrong driver version in Windows 7 x64 for my Lexmark X6690 printer. I have come across references to this problem with other printer makes and models. Suggest you start with checking your printer driver(s). See my other posts under this topic.
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