.NET 2.0 runtime problem on Vista 64bit version.

App writen in VS 2005 crashes, no other crash reports and there is thousands of good installations.
Tested to write this app in VS 2008 against .NET 3.5, and told user to get .NET 3,5 runtime, same happens.
It's targeted on both prosessors.

How to reinstall .NET 2.0 there?
Is there .NET 2.0 SP 1 in Vista 64?
Or is there any other way to solve this issue to get a fresh .NET 2.0 installed there?

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MattiAuthor Commented:

I will try! It's just that a user has new Vista computer, and I have to tell him to reinstall .NET framework. I'm not aware will it appear in installed programs list, I'm sure he does not like me if I tell him to reinstall Vista (=
Is there a service pack 1 included or is it a separate update?

The above link is for x64 bit version for almost all Windows OS but not Vista sadly.  I do not know for sure - I am investigating this myself - but it may be part of Vista SP1 recently out, otherwise an update.  For myself, I am struggling to install .Net 3.5 because SP1 isn't installed for either .Net 2.0 or .Net 3.0.  My hope is that it is in the SP or that it is in another update.  I did successfully install .Net 3.5 previously but am unsure what update I had applied to make it work.
MattiAuthor Commented:

I had a support issue. (on a .Net 2.0 app) App crash, similar like NET framework has not been installed.
This link I did send to the users and he did not responce after that, so I think it's done.

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