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.net framework quick question

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Does anyone know if you have to have .Net framework 3.0 and 3.5 in order for you to have .net framework 2.0?

A few times I have installed something that needed 2.0 and each time I had to install 3.0 and 3.5 as well, so I am beginning to think that this is the case.

I have uninstalled them each time, only keeping 1.1, but now I am going to install them all for good (we keep ending up needing them lol) but I just wanted to see if anyone knew for sure.

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Nevermind, a friend of mine gave me the answer :)

A word of warning, though: Do not mess with .Net framework if you don't have to... I just spent a little over 4 hours uninstalling, running the clean up tool, and reinstalling, then getting all the updates for .Net 1.1, 2.0, 3.0, and 3.5

Agh! Last time for me (I hope)... I've done this about two other times before this...

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mountaintree16, this is a direct link to the microsoft site detailing how to re-install and troubleshoot NET Framework 2.0 if you ever need it.

Hope you don't though! (need it in the future) :)

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Thanks Marcus ;)

I'll keep that in mind as a reference but hopefully I don't have to go through it again, two times already, maybe three. Ugh! lol

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