As you believe SP3 update is responsible then suggest you speak with MS (be
aware that if SP3 is not responsible and your issue is not related to a
security update there will be a charge) -
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:: Well since this group has to do with Media Center in Windows update
:: and SP3 was just installed with this clean install my best guess.
:: If incorrect, pls direct me to the correct venue to attempt to
:: receive an answer fit for distribtution in the correct group.
:: "PA Bear [MS MVP]" wrote:
::: How does your problem pertain to Windows Update?
::: MLW wrote:
:::: I recently completed a clean installed from the backup partition.
:::: Everything worked great for a couple of days. If I try to open
:::: the Media Center, I receive the subject error. I have tried to
:::: un-install .Net Framework v 1.1 but it will not uninstall.
:::: Looking for tmpf7.tmp file and cannot find. Can you help diagnose
:::: and correct error?