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See attached.  I get these errors shortly after boot.  I've uninstalled MSNET and still get them, so I tried a fresh install, still get the errors.
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Looks like a permissions error.  Look at this post here:

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsdesktop/en-US/b121a1d2-6c5a-4c1b-b773-cb2bcc5aad64/configuration-parser-error?forum=windowscompatibility

It looks as though you'll need to log on as the built-in admin account (which you might need to enable first) and then grant Administrators full control of the .NET Config folder.  In your case it's under the Framework64 v2 folder rather than the Framework v2 folder mentioned in the link - though I'd check both.
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None of the suggestions in the link you provided are solving the problem for me.
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This PC is on a domain, does that matter?  My login for the domain is an administrator account.
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Did some Google research, ending up adding the domain user with full control on the machine file in the Framework64/CONFIG folder.  Seemed to fix it.  I think there is some sort of conflict with the ATI video card/software
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You got me on the right track, thanks.
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