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Posted on 2011-09-16
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How do I fix this error message? Shows up when restarting Windows 7.  Appears to impact Windows Media Center but not Windows Media Player.  Some Microsoft forums suggest it has to do with dot.net frameworks.    

I'm a semi-competent user, not a coder.

Zero about mscorjit.dll in the searches I did on EE so I expect this is relatively rare.

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by:Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE
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I believe mscorjit.dll is .net related.

Can you repair your .net installations from Programs and Features? (click it, select uninstall/change, then choose repair...).

When repaired, reboot and test.
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by:jmacbvon
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will test this.
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Eventually I had a tech guy rebuild the hard drive.
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by:jmacbvon
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Lower than "A" since the solution did not come from EE and  also it was hard to implement.

However, it did work, which is a benefit.
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