.NET compatibility (user software installation) issues since 100xx

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  1. janos666

    janos666 MDL Novice

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    I tried some 99xx builds in virtual machines and/or on spare HDDs and I was satisfied enough to install Win10 as a main OS (I know, I know... but still, this is what I have now, so...). By that time, the first 100xx build just became available. I have the 10074 build right now (x64 en_us) after a few upgrades.

    Everything I tried to install and use worked fine on 99xx builds but I can not get any software installed which require .NET 3.5 o 4.5, regardless of both being enabled in Windows Features.

    I tried to edit the instal scripts as I used to do around the time of another Windows upgrades (I simply removed every single DOTNET entries from the pre-req lists in the .ini file) but that method doesn't seem to work anymore (either I missed something inside the INI file or the new setup.exe ignores the old INI file in this regard).


    Does anybody have this issue? Did anybody find a workaround?
     
  2. janos666

    janos666 MDL Novice

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    #3 janos666, May 3, 2015
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    Well, I already ran the online .NET 3.5 installer via Windows Features without errors. But thank you for this idea, I tried to run this tool. It didn't change anything. And I also have .NET 4.5 related install errors as well as .NET 3.5 issues (still present after running this too).
    So, basically, I seem to have them all installed, yet none of them seem to work. Well, at least in a sense of installers being able to detect it.
     
  3. WardocsRevenge

    WardocsRevenge MDL Expert

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    well you need to mount the windows version iso or it doesn't worrk
     
  4. janos666

    janos666 MDL Novice

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    #5 janos666, May 3, 2015
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    You mean I did something wrong if I got this?

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  5. SpeedDream

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    #6 SpeedDream, May 4, 2015
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    try this, it worked for me on every build

    Code:
    DISM /Online /Enable-Feature /FeatureName:NetFx3 /All /LimitAccess /Source:e:\sources\sxs
    replace e: with your installer's drive, dvd or pendrive
     
  6. janos666

    janos666 MDL Novice

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    #7 janos666, May 4, 2015
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    So, just to clarify: I did run the .NET installers (several times in fact because I tried to uninstall and reinstall). They did finish without any errors (every times). These .NET packages do show up as installed in Windows Features (always, including this very moment). And yet again, I also get .NET 4.5 errors, not only .NET 3.5 errors.

    -> Does the .NET 3.5 install state has anything to do with .NET 4.5 problems at all? (I guess it doesn't but I did try it anyway.)

    The problem is with other installers like AutoCAD (.NET 3.5) or Intel Storage Manager (.NET 3.5). Non-Microsoft products refuse to install because they say I don't have .NET installed (3.5 or 4.5, whichever they individually want). No .NET 2.x-4.x dependent products can be installed.
     
  7. chinobino

    chinobino MDL Member

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    #8 chinobino, May 4, 2015
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    +1 I also do it this way - no errors.
     
  8. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    #9 pisthai, May 4, 2015
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    Yes, that works well.

    Just there is the need to extract the .ISO or .ESD to either HDD, USB Flash Drive etc. and point to the Sources Folder likewise in the following picture:

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    I use WinRAR for to extract the ISO to a Folder with it's own Name and that's in my case Drive L:\ and I need to change /Source:e:\sources\sxs to /Source:l:\sources\sxs

    That should works with no problems!
     
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    janos666 MDL Novice

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    #10 janos666, May 4, 2015
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    Could some of the repliers above please explain how the .NET 3.5 install state even relates to . NET 4.5 errors?

    I don't really expect this error to go away regardless of how I install .NET 3.5 because this is a .NET 4.5 error:

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  10. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    About NetFX4.x, AFAIK you'll need to download and install from Microsoft Download directly from here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/search/Results.aspx?q=.net framework 4.5&form=DLC

    Windows 10 xx maybe is using the .net Framework 4.6 Beta or RC etc. already and maybe lacking some from .net Framework 4.5 which could be result in display some errors!
     
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  11. cyberskyway

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    4.6 is the default .NET with Windows 10...

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  12. abbodi1406

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    The .NET Framework 4.5.1, 4.5.2 and 4.6 are in-place updates to the .NET Framework 4.5, which means they use the same runtime version, but the assembly versions are updated and include new types and members.
     
  13. malojd2

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    #14 malojd2, May 4, 2015
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    All! autodesk products or auto cad, inventor goes only install using the installer online
    Go the auto desk and download and install a trial version online
    I use and works
    installer from the hard disk does not work
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  14. janos666

    janos666 MDL Novice

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    I didn't find a solution/workaround but I noticed that AutoCAD 2016 became available (I tried to install the 2015 version), so I downloaded the new installer (@malojd2 - the offline one) and it worked flawlessly.
    This wasn't the only software I had .NET install errors with but I can easily live without the rest of them, so I am not chasing a workaround anymore myself.
    Thank you for your contributions.