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Win 7 soft bugged

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by annonnymus, Dec 22, 2009.

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  1. annonnymus

    annonnymus Thread Starter

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    Hello ,
    I've installed 2 days ago .NET framework 4 beta 1 on my x64 windows 7 professional and since then some apps started to work rough or not work at all : Yahoo msgr didnt display any text , windows media player doesnt start at all, cant access direct control panel items ( I can only by displaying all items not grouped) and cand change desktop preferences or screen resolution("explorer.exe : no such interface supported" error).I've tryed a system repair with Win7 DVD but it didnt find any problem.
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    Any ideeas plx ? :)
    I apreciate your answers, thanx and Merry Christmas :p
     
  2. warlord

    warlord

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    id try starting at removing the .net and reinstalling and earlier full realease
     
  3. annonnymus

    annonnymus Thread Starter

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    This is what I did at the first encounter with the problem..IT didnt work at all,I uninstalled the framework and reinstalled beta 2 and uninstalled again..and nothin.:confused:
     
  4. warlord

    warlord

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    well if you are absolutly sure that the framework messed your pc up and an uninstall wont fix it than it is quite possible that the framework has left some irreverible damage to your system and only a complete reformat will fix this

    however if you had any backup points on your system you could try rolling back a few before the framework install
     
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