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Win/7 .Net Framework error 1935

By jobeard
Aug 21, 2011
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  1. If you have this condition, perform a clean install - - nothing else seems to work.
    (kb308096 from 2007 does not address win/7)

    • A small number of users are unable to install Microsoft Office due to a persistent .NET Framework 4 corruption issue in Windows 7.
      It is unclear exactly how many users are affected -- it's clearly not the majority, but it's also clear that it's more than just 1 or 2
      (remember also there's millions of MSO users).
    • Microsoft has known about this problem for over a year and has thus far been unable to fix it.
    • The only solution at this point is a clean install of Windows. In some cases repair installations and other tricks will not solve the underlying problem.
    • The problem makes users unable to install Internet Explorer 9 and Microsoft Office.
    • The problem affects users with a variety of hardware configurations (HP, Dell, Apple, etc.) and a variety of operating system versions
      (from Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit to my own Windows 7 Professional 64-bit).
    Original source of information is here

    PS: A utility to test the .Net Framework install and configuration can be downloaded from here
     
  2. kristain

    kristain TS Rookie Posts: 52

    Hi,

    he most important and the easiest method to fix the issue is to run a complete system scan. If the system is powered with any antimalware software, then you just need to run that software. If the system does not contain any such software, then you need to install one. Many other software tools are also there to remove the installation error. If the error occurs during the installation of Microsoft Office 2007, then you can use the PCHA tool to resolve the issue. This is a tool designed by Microsoft to remove malware during the installation of Microsoft Office components.
     
  3. kristain

    kristain TS Rookie Posts: 52

    Hi,

    he most important and the easiest method to fix the issue is to run a complete system scan. If the system is powered with any antimalware software, then you just need to run that software. If the system does not contain any such software, then you need to install one. Many other software tools are also there to remove the installation error. If the error occurs during the installation of Microsoft Office 2007, then you can use the PCHA tool to resolve the issue. This is a tool designed by Microsoft to remove malware during the installation of Microsoft Office components.
     


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