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Visual Studio - problem with .Net Framework on end user computer

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Hi

I am having a problem installing the .NETframework 2.0 on an end user computer in
preparation. It says that it is incompatable with a previous version that had been installed on the computer.
This doesn't make sense to me
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HI,

This means you already have installed next version .net framework 2.0 or next build of it.
To Confirm about this please check %systemroot%\windows\microsoft.net\framework\ directory is there or not ?
If there then which versions of frameworks are there?

If system is 64 bit then check framework64 directory instead of framework.

Regards,
Divyesh Doshi
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thank you very much
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