Forum Thread: Double entry

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MistOR Double entry
Member 8th Jan, 2012 22:03
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Just updated the MS NET Framework series. All went well except the older version of .NET Framework 1 was not removed as I've read was supposed to happen. I now have the older version and the updated version.

What is the safe way to remove the older version?

Thanks.

taffy078 RE: Double entry
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Last edited on 8th Jan, 2012 22:13
Hi there. You're not the only one to have had this but I'm not sure that you're right in thinking that Framework 1.x should have been removed.

I now have 1.x, mine being v1.1.4322.2494 which I got by following the link on the dashboard.

If you look at this


http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/119...

you should find the solution there, in easy-to-follow steps.

Hope this helps

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Maurice Joyce RE: Double entry
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Is PSI showing your PC 100% secure after a full PSI scan if so I strongly advise U leave .NET framework alone.

Which version of Windows are U using? This is fairly important as some builds of Windows XP require .NET Framework version 1.

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