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Delete Microsoft .NET service Pack?

Posted on 2009-05-09
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I am cleaning up my computer - can I delete Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack?
What about Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1  and Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Hotfix?
Microsoft User-Mode Driver Framework Feature Pack 1.0?

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All those updates could be uninstalled from the Add/Remove Programs in control panel
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Be careful about arbitrarily deleting or uninstalling them as often those are required for other applications.  Example Vista (If I am not mistaken) and WIndows 7 come with 3.5 pre installed becuase many of the OS components require .NET to run.
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Thanks. I uninstalled but then had to re-install only one instance of them so far. Everything works fine.
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