Message keeps coming up

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  1. Pasta88

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  2. genuine555

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    #2 genuine555, Dec 13, 2009
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    Can you post the details behind the"details" button please ?

    Firstly also check if the following services are running (services.msc) :

    Code:
    Homegroup listener
    Homegroup server
    .net framework x86
    .net framework x64 (if running x64)
     
  3. Pasta88

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    #3 Pasta88, Dec 13, 2009
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    Gen555,

    Thx for replying. I can't click details until it happens again. I checked those 3 services and they are currently stopped and there startup type is set to manual. Do I need to change these to stop this msg from coming up?

    Thx
     
  4. genuine555

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    .net framework --> automatic


    if you have a home network :

    Homegroup listener -> automatic
    Homegroup server -> automatic

    if you don't have a home network, leave those two as they are.
    .net framework though should be running.
     
  5. Pasta88

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    Gen555, Is that what is causing the error I am getting?

    thx
     
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    Gen555,

    When I go to services of it and then properties>start>automatic and then apply to it, it stays in that state. When I reboot, it goes back to manual and not started.

    How do I fix this so it stays started, plz?
     
  7. genuine555

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    #7 genuine555, Dec 14, 2009
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    Can you post more details please ?

    Look in event viewer for any errors regarding "Microsoft .net framework", or
    "mscorsvw.exe", and post the details here.

    If you can, also post the details from the errorbox. it holds some debugging info...
     
  8. genuine555

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    In the meantime, here's what you can do :

    uninstall .net framework through control panel -> programs and features -> add or remove windows features.
    -> uncheck Microsoft .net framework

    click ok.

    reboot


    If after reboot, windows complains about .net, reinstall it the same way. Mind to check only .net framework 3.5.1 and NOT the two subfeatures (Communication Foundation HTTP and non-HTTP), leave those two unchecked.

    I'm gonna need those error details (at leaast in event viewer)

    Gen555
     
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    #10 secr9tos, Dec 14, 2009
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    MSE Update Util causes the problem: "C:/Program Files/MSE Update Utility/MSE Update Utility.exe" If you wrote the app yourself, goto Form2.vb:line 142 and add exception handling. If not, decompile the app, fix it and recompile. That should eliminate the nagging window:)
     
  10. genuine555

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    Ok, so here's what I think is wrong :

    U have Visual Studio installed. You may (or may not) have a version of vcredist (visual c++ redistributable) installed.

    The thing is that vcredist is a complementary to a variety of software, like Nero for instance, but the security updates for VS2005 SP1 and VC_Redist for VS2005 have incompatible versions. This problem is still not solved.
    So when vcredist gets installed, to wrok around the issue, it is recommended that previous versions are removed first, AND more importantly, that all software relating to Visual Studio is uninstalled first. Cause when you install Visual Studio first, and then another version of vcredist, things can go wrong in many possible ways.

    Windows update doesnt install the redist version 8.0.50727.4053, which is needed to run compiled applications with VS2005 SP1 and certain apps like Nero 9.0.
    One can run the applications only if you have installed the new redists for VS2005 (Visual c++ redistributable 8.0.50727.4053).

    So first get it here.
    Uninstall Visual studio and all versions of vcredist through programs and features. Also look through the installed programs for anything related to Visual Studio (i.e. TomTom has an update app that uses Visual Studio MergeModules). Any app like that needs to be uninstalled for the moment.
    If possible, perform a reclean.
    Reboot and install the redist 8.0.50727.

    Hopefully the issue is now solved, in which case you can reinstall Visual Studio and other related apps (but not previous vcredist versions !)

    Let me know what gives...
     
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    The problem was my microsoft security essentials updater that was causing the issue.

    thx
     
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    #13 PAYMYRENT, Dec 16, 2009
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    do you know how to fix it?

    try
    'look for network
    catch ex as exception
    'network not there wait and try again
    end try

    this might even work better for your app or something like that :p

    Do Until My.Computer.Network.IsAvailable = True
    Application.DoEvents()
    System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(10)
    Loop