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SRS labs app on Windows 8.1

Posted on 2013-11-18
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Hi experts,

I have Windows 8.1 and I cant install SRS HD Audio Lab Gold 1.0.67. The error message I got is that the service can not be started. See the attached screen shot.
Any tip in how i can install it will be appreciated.

Thank you in advance.
Raul M.
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Let me guess: you read the warning that dotnet 3.5 is required but you ignored it and selected to install anyway? That's the problem. Simply let it install dotnet 3.5 then it will work.
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The system has already the latest dotnet version (i guess 4.5). When i try to install SRS HD i have no warning about dotnet missing....
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well, i did install dotnet3.5 and it works. Thank you.
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Thank you. Working now.

Regards,
Raul
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Interesting ;)
I had installed another similar version of that software and there, the warning came with the same problems. (As the workstation in question had no internet access, I planned to install dotnet afterwards, that's why I knew).
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