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    netFramework problem

    I rolled back to an October image save.
    I'm getting a netFramework error during startup/services load.
    I'll try to attach a tiny jpg of the error...standby...
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    lemmie see if i can upload the error jpg...

    lemmie see if i can upload the error jpg...netFrameworkError.jpg

    hey mods! it's 7am CST here, have mercy on the 1-hour clock, thanks
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    ok, I already uninstalled all the Windows Updates concerning netFramework that I found in CTL PNL WU Installed Updates. I have no idea which, if any, of the numerous, I mean numerous, Windows security updates may or may not be involved in this error.
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    Based on some of the description in Details [the long analysis pulldown in the error block], In msconfig, I unchecked both MSE and MSE update utility. Shofar, the error did not come back into view. I have to go to work now, so I will not be able to write, can read, but not write into this forum.
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    Update: Neither .netFramework or MSE was the problem, it was the olde MSE Update Utility from a 3rd party. Removed it, all is well. Mods, consider this thread SOLVED.
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