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#24198 by Tryller
Thu 22 Dec 2011, 13:11
My windows are now bugged xD
All softwares are opening correctly, but softwares like skype, and otland ipchanger crash at startup
For exampe
Image
You can help?
NoTE: I've installed Netfreame work 4.0 and the ichanger need 3.5
May a windows error?
#24199 by FrostLOL
Thu 22 Dec 2011, 14:08
I dont know if this will help you but check.

Try check the version of this file mscoree.dll , if are in version 2.0 download the 4.0 and replace.
One is for windows 7 32 and another for 64. check what you need.

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You installed the .NET Framework 4 and setup reported success, but you cannot use .NET Framework 4 applications on your computer afterwards.
The file %windir%\system32\mscoree.dll and/or %windir%\syswow64\mscoree.dll has a file version of 2.0.* instead of 4.0.* (and you have rebooted your computer after installing the .NET Framework 4 to make sure that any files that were in use during installation have had a chance to be updated).


Possible issue where .NET Framework 4 setup reports success but fails to update mscoree.dll behind the scenes - Aaron Stebner's WebLog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
#24200 by Tryller
Thu 22 Dec 2011, 15:01
My win are x86
Win XP
#24202 by FrostLOL
Thu 22 Dec 2011, 15:11
Btw check the version of file in system32 folder.
#24203 by soul4soul
Thu 22 Dec 2011, 16:08
Tryller wrote:My win are x86
Win XP

x86 is 32bit
#24205 by Stian
Thu 22 Dec 2011, 17:44
"x86" doesn't say anything about the bitrate of the CPU, it can be anything from 16 to 64bit. Newer frameworks should be backward compatible with older once, but you might try to reinstall, half installed versions tend to make all .NET framework dependant software crash (does it?)
#24210 by Tryller
Thu 22 Dec 2011, 21:14
Can close here
I've formated my computer and works fine now
Windows error :S
#24215 by Elvang
Fri 23 Dec 2011, 03:26
Stian wrote:"x86" doesn't say anything about the bitrate of the CPU, it can be anything from 16 to 64bit. Newer frameworks should be backward compatible with older once, but you might try to reinstall, half installed versions tend to make all .NET framework dependant software crash (does it?)


x86 does mean 32bit in most instances.
#26649 by Tha Resinen
Thu 16 Feb 2012, 18:40
Do you get error when you lanuch program?
#28645 by schiletzz
Fri 27 Apr 2012, 18:57
Elvang wrote:x86 does mean 32bit in most instances.


x64 not?
#34312 by xevis
Sun 23 Jun 2013, 01:06
even your screenshot crashed!