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Getting Error:  1935 When installing .NET 1.1 Frameworks.

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Hello,

   I have a user that is on a Windows 98 box and is trying to install .NET Frameworks 1.1 to his machine...however every time we try and install it we get this error message:

"Error 1935.An error occured during the installation of assembly component {AD98355E-087F-452E-AA0F-08821B53CBB5}. HRESULT: -2147319761"  Then is prompted to click OK, we click OK and .NET goes into rollback and is not installed.

I've tried downloading the latest Microsoft Installer Package for Windows 98 at:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=CEBBACD8-C094-4255-B702-DE3BB768148F

But this didn't help. I downloaded MDAC 2.8 and rebooted this didn't help either.  I've cleaned all %temp% files off system and Active X controls as well as Internet Cache.  I tried running NetFx but no go.

I copied the MSI.dll from the Systems32 folder to the Systems folder as well and rebooted, this didn't help.

Any suggestions to fix this would be greatly appreciated, customer on phone - your expedited responses are greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

itsmevic
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by:SheharyaarSaahil
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Hello itsmevic =)

hmmmmmmmm so that means ur system had alreayd an installed version of .Net Framework either full or uncompleted !!
follow the instructions here to come out of this issue >> http://blogs.msdn.com/junfeng/archive/2004/01/31/65457.aspx
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How does one remove Microsoft Installer 2.0 off of system completely on Win 98 box?  
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what are u upto mevic :-?

Do u want to remove the traces of .Net Framework from Windows Installer so that it cannot guess that u have tried to download it before also :)
If Yes then u can use this Windows Installer Cleanup utility >> http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;290301

BTW did u try the trick mentioned in the above link, did it failed ?? :-/
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by:itsmevic
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Hey there SheharyaaSaahil how ya doing....Thanks for your responses.  Well this is what I did to fix it.  Ran a search for MSCOREE.DLL on system, it came back with like three of them.  I deleted them all, and then reinstalled .NET 1.1 again and it went through okay with no problems.  Thanks for your suggestions though.
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