Have I got .NET Framework?

  Mike2002 19:57 21 Jan 2007
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I read that Microsoft's .NET Framework is automatically installed (whether we like it or not?) with Windows XP Service Pack 2.

As I have the latter installed, I assume that I also
have the Framework, but is there any way of checking this, and what version I have?

  jay.p 20:00 21 Jan 2007

mine shows up in the add/remove part of control panel.

  Stuartli 20:15 21 Jan 2007

As jay.p states it is listed in Add/Remove Programs, including version.

You can download the latest versions (plus an update patch) from:

click here

  Mike2002 20:25 21 Jan 2007

I can't see any mention of it in the Add/Remove Windows Components section.

  powerless 20:27 21 Jan 2007

It won't be in that section.

Look in: Change or Remove Programs

  Stuartli 20:30 21 Jan 2007

As Powerless states, clicking on the top left hand button.

The main panel should then state:

"Currently installed programs and updates:"

  Stuartli 20:31 21 Jan 2007

...and provide the list of programs, applications, updates etc underneath.

  Mike2002 20:48 21 Jan 2007

Loads of Windows Security Updates are listed, but no sign of the Framework anywhere. See this screenshot showing part of the list.

click here

  Mike2002 20:57 21 Jan 2007

No it definately looks like I don't have it. I've been Googling around and, among other things, found these two Registry references to it - which are not listed.

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v1.1.4322
• HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETFramework\policy\v1.1

  Stuartli 20:57 21 Jan 2007

Its full listing is:

Microsoft iNET Framework (plus versions and updates).

Your screen shot starts later in the alphabetical listings.

  Stuartli 21:01 21 Jan 2007

I'm not certain if iNET Framework is/was automatically installed when I originally installed SP2.

As far as I can recall I had to install iNET Framework because it was required to allow use of a PCI TV card.

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