I'm the One Doing All the Yes Helpful Checks
I'm working on this VERY SAME PROBLEM, have a Tracked Discussion of my own, lesliebuc. Have been helped by several of you at various times. Bob, many many many people would not have seen all the previous discussion that you saw, remember, and some of the Links are no longer working OR, maybe a 2009 I.E. 8 problem still sometimes rears its ugly head(?) I don't think so. It was mostly blamed on a couple of Comcast add-ons, they surely must have corrected by now. I don't have them in Add/Remove.
Nor do I have any .NET frameworks at all showing in Add/Remove since downloading a CNET uninstaller that I found by search, the same way I found this discussion. I didn't think the uninstaller worked because when I clicked the Setup Icon on my desktop screen, it didn't SEEM to do anything. Sorry, I didn't write down my KB numbers, guess I thought they'd always be in whatever I'd receive.
So I think you're all saying this is okay, that I don't need ANY .NET's in my Add/Remove. Forgot to see if they're in the Start Menu, don't think they ever were. I'm using a 2000 or 2002 Compaq Presario that I bought new, XP Home, SP3.
So a new question, will my HP All-in-one printer (1310 SERIES, 1315xi) now recognize my color cartridge? It keeps saying incorrectly installed but I've been installing them correctly since Nov. of 2004. Have 2007 disk. Should I uninstall printer again and reinstall, now that the .NET thing is evidently fixed? Had recently 3 files with viruses and SIX Trojans, all detected by McAfee, and one potentially unwanted program. How could I find out what that program is? Because a church has just started using Email for newsletters and I can't seem to get my copy. Thanks again, a whole bunch! You guys and CNET are the very greatest, imo! I've been helped so many times.
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