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    Fatal Execution Engine Error (XP Home w/o sp1 or 2)

    Never had the time to update w/ SP 1 & 2...OK I'm lazy. But the following problem just surfaced.

    I inadvertently removed the program Microsoft .NET Framework Version 1.1. through the "add/remove application" in the control Panel.

    I found out later on that one of my software would not run without this .NET program.

    I then went into the Microsoft Product Support site and downloaded the .NET Framework Version Redistributable Package, in hopes of loading the .NET back into the system. Now, however, I am getting this particular message: Fatal execution engine error (0x7927baca). After I click 'ok', I get more error notices like 'proceess ID=0x794 (1828)' and 'thread ID=0x790(1944)'

    I then did a system restore to the day before this all happened...NO LUCK.

    Can this be corrected w/o doing a Complete Restore? Please advise.

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    Re: Fatal Execution Engine Error (XP Home w/o sp1 or 2)

    The support site probably has the latest versions that are used with SP1 & 2.

    I suggest you upgrade to SP2 NOW. This will include SP1.
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    Re: Fatal Execution Engine Error (XP Home w/o sp1 or 2)

    Your problem is that .NET Framework is not correctly installed. Possible cause that installation file was damaged.

    Download a new copy of Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Service Pack 1 and SAVE it to disk.

    Fix your .NET Framework installation, as described in PRB: Installation of .NET Framework Fails and Requires Manual Removal. Scroll down to the paragraph "How to Repair .NET Framework 1.0.3705 or 1.1.4322".

    I hope it will help you.

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