Re: where .NET Framework listed?
"Timothy Daniels" <NoSpam@SpamMeKnot.biz> wrote in message
> "Colin Barnhorst" wrote:
>> "Timothy Daniels" wrote:
>>> I've re-installed my Vista Business from a clone that I
>>> made 10 months ago, and when I try to install .NET
>>> Framework 2.0, the installer says that it's already there.
>>> The SP1 for .NET Framework 3.5 installed OK, and
>>> upgrade history verifies that, but I can't find .NET Framework
>>> 2.0 or 3.5 listed anywhere in the system. I thought that all the
>>> .NET Framework versions were listed in the Control Panel
>>> in Programs and Apps, but no .NET Framework is listed.
>>> Doesn't SP1 for v3.5 require the v3.5 Framework to be
>> If you have Vista you have 2.0. It is intregral to Vista. You don't
>> have to do anything. It was installed along with the rest of the OS when
>> the computer was first set up or updated from XP. It is not a separate
>> download and it does not appear in the "Uninstall a Program" list in the
>> Control Panel. Any other versions of the framework that you install
>> will appear there, however, as well as all updates.
> Thanks, Colin. I find that .NET Framework 3.0 and 3.5 are
> also listed in the Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework folder, but
> that SP1 for Framework 3.5 is listed in the Control Panel's
> "Programs and Features" panel. I was told in the MS dotnet.framework
> NG that Framework 2.0 and 3.0 are part of Vista, and 3.5 is part of
> Vista/SP1, thus they are all part of Vista. But Framework 3.5/SP1 came
> later, and that's why it is listed in "Programs and Features". In any
> I am relieved that nothing is wrong with my Vista system in that regard.
Glad you got it sorted.