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.net Framework Software Windows Xp Update


The .Net Framework is a software framework from Microsoft that provides a programming model for building and running applications. The framework is designed to be used by developers who want to create applications that can run on the Windows platform.Microsoft has released several versions of the .Net Framework since its initial release in 2002. The most current (and last) version is .Net Framework 4.8. However, Microsoft is continuing to provide support for older versions, including 4.6.2, 4.7, 4.7.1, and 4.7.2. Any version older than 4.6.2 is no longer being supported by Microsoft, which means that there will be no more security updates or technical support for these past versions.For developers, it is important to know which versions of the .Net Framework are still supported by Microsoft. Monitoring the support end dates will give you a chance to plan for migration to a newer version (if necessary) before your application becomes unsupported.




.net Framework Software Windows Xp Update


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  • Installation instructions: EDSA 7.1.2 or higher must be installed on your machine.

  • There are 2 ways to manually update

  • Update Program

  • Copy Updated Files

  • Update Program EDSA will prompt you that there is a different version available.

  • The version is displayed in the title bar

  • The webpage that automatically loads has the update file

  • Unzip the files. Windows XP and above has a built in zip utility. To activate the zip utility: Right click on the EDSA.zip file window to display a menu of possible actions, then click "Extract All...".

  • The "Extract All" wizard will prompt you to choose where to extract the files, and an option to show thefiles when complete. Selecting the "Show extracted files" option will automatically open an Explorer window that shows the extracted files and helps with the next step.

  • Make sure that you have .net Framework 4.0 installed.

  • Run edsa_update.exe

  • There might be prompts for running the application as an administrator. Click OK.

  • If there is an internet connection detected, it will try to download newer files. Click OK.

  • EDSA Update will download newer version of the files, and copy them to the default EDSA directory.

  • Copy Updated Files EDSA will prompt you that there is a different version available.

  • The version is displayed in the title bar

  • The main EDSA software page has a manual update option, download the file

  • Unzip the files. Windows XP and above has a built in zip utility. To activate the zip utility: Right click on the EDSA.zip file window to display a menu of possible actions, then click "Extract All...".

  • The "Extract All" wizard will prompt you to choose where to extract the files, and an option to show the files when complete. Selecting the "Show extracted files" option will automatically open an Explorer window that shows the extracted files and helps with the next step.

  • Select all of the files in the directory and copy all of the files.

  • Paste all of the files in your EDSA directory. The default is "C:\Program Files (x86)\EDSA" or "C:\Program Files\EDSA"

  • Replace any files that are duplicates.

  • Since you are overwriting files in the program files directory, you might be required to have administrator privileges on the computer you are performing the updates to.

Download EDSA7 Manual Update EDSA_UPDATE.ZIP (456 KB)


If you run into an issue installing, using .NET Framework or applying an .NET Framework hotfix or service pack, please follow the instructions provided by Aaron Stebner in his Blog article What to do if other .NET Framework setup troubleshooting steps do not help. Aaron works for Microsoft, answers questions at the MSDN forums and writes about .NET Framework issues on his Blog.1. If repairing the version of .NET Framework that is causing the problem does not work, Aaron recommends using the Microsoft .NET Framework Repair Tool (NetFxRepairTool.exe) which detects and tries to fix some frequently occurring issues with the setup of or with updates to the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 and .NET 3.5 SP1 (includes .NET 3.0 SP2 and .NET 2.0 SP2).2. If the repair tool does not help, Aaron next advises to go to the Add/Remove or Programs and Features in Control Panel and uninstall the version of the .NET Framework that is causing problems. If uninstall still fails read the .NET Framework Cleanup Tool User's Guide, download the .NET Framework cleanup tool and remove the version of the .NET Framework that is causing problems.3. If the above steps do not resolve the problem, then uninstall all versions of .NET Framework and before reinstalling, read Aaron Stebner's Blog article Should I re-install the versions of the .NET Framework in a specific order?Many installation issues with .NET Framework software are often the result of the how the various versions of the software is installed. Although .NET Framework versions can be installed in any order, Aaron recommends to install .NET Framework in reverse order from the most current to the oldest. He advises this because the most current version includes the the latest updates of files shared by all versions so that helps to eliminate some bugs and installation issues.All .NET Framework versions are available for download separately from Microsoft's download center so you can bypass Windows Update. If a version is not listed, simply type the version name in the the Search box at the top. Aaron also has download links on his Blog for the various .NET Framework versions.


Here is a screenshot of Windows Update from a fully-patched Windows XP machine with a typical array of software installed (Microsoft Office, Firefox, Thunderbird, Picasa, DVD player, CD burner, photo editor, antivirus, antispyware, file-sharing, etc). Note that while the .NET Framework versions 1.1, 2.0 and 3.0 are all available, they're within the "Optional Updates" section which are not automatically downloaded and installed by Windows. Once installed, service packs and security updates for a given version of .NET will appear as high priority/critical updates and be automatically installed.


Live becomes more complex with Exchange server 2013 and higher. With a quarterly cumulative updates cadence, basically a newer version of Exchange is released. This results in newer hardware and software requirements, especially when it comes to the .NET Framework.


IMPORTANT: This release requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4.7.2 or higher. Please make sure that you have installed all the latest Windows updates or installed .NET Framework 4.7.2 or higher separately. For Information on .NET Framework dependencies, please visit the link below: -us/dotnet/framework/migration-guide/versions-and-dependencies


Thanks! I had exhausted all the official resources. July 2016 Windows Update had a .net 4.6.1 update and it failed with Error 66A. Repair installation failed and crashed; uninstall similarly. The official sources left me with the option of a full in-place Windows install.


yes I had a problem a few day ago when I wanted update my ati cataylist drivers for graphic card and it wanted me to install net framework 2.0 and after I installed it and run the program I wasnt able to connect ot internet so I deleted both the drivers and the net framework 2.0 and everything worked with internet 041b061a72


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