Can't Open Intel Graphics control panel .NET Framework error

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Satchelmouth

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Hi guys,
basically I am unable to open the Intel control panel on my Alienware M14X R2. Whenever I try to open it I get the following error:

GfxUI.exe - .NET Framework Initialisation Error

Unable to find a version of the runtime to run this application.

So far I have tried uninstalling .NET framework and re-installing. Changing administrator rights to the appropriate files (now changed back to normal as this didn't work). Re-installing the intel drivers.

I'm afraid I'm gonna have to re-install windows but before I do I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on this issue?

I should also mention that the graphics are all working as they should!
Thanks
Satch
 
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s:
Are your computer specs in your profile correct?

Which version of W7; 32 or 64 bit; service pack?

Which Intel Drivers; chipset, graphics, other?
Which method did you use to install them; did you uninstall the old ones?

Have you tried uninstalling the current .NET & installing this?
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17718

Do you have any errors in Windows Update?
control panel > upper right, view by "large icons"
Windows Update
history is in the upper left

Please read http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910336
because http://www.errordetails.com/121113/net-framework-initialization-error

RF123
 
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i think your driver is incompatible with current .NET framework version, so if your .NET framework is version 4, try unistal it and install .netframework 3.5.

you can download it from here : download
 
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