Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0: x86 (KB829019) giving error 0x1011

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by Drew1higher, Nov 11, 2005.

  1. Drew1higher

    Drew1higher Guest

    I posted an error message under Eric's message in which Eric states his error
    as 0x1011 for Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0: x64).

    I have the same error message (0x1011) for Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0: x86

    I just tried to update again aftyer six tries, with no luck. Can someone
    help me here? Please!
    Drew1higher, Nov 11, 2005
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  2. TaurArian responded there. Did you see this?

    Required Software:
    Windows Installer 3.0 (except for Windows 98/ME, which require Windows
    Installer 2.0 or later). Windows Installer 3.1 or later is recommended.
    IE 5.01 or later: You must also be running Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01
    or later for all installations of the .NET Framework.
    Disk Space Requirements: 280 MB (x86), 610 MB (x64)
    Important: Make sure you have the latest service pack and critical updates
    for the version of Windows that you are running. To find recent security
    updates, visit Windows Update.
    IMPORTANT: If you have installed previous pre-release versions of .NET
    Framework v2.0, such as Beta 1, Beta 2 or Community Technical Preview (CTP)
    builds, then you must uninstall these versions via Add/Remove Programs in
    Control Panel before installing this final release version.
    Michael Jennings, Nov 11, 2005
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  3. Drew1higher

    Drew1higher Guest

    Yes, I saw that and I should have read more carefully. I skimmed it and made
    a mistake assuming it was for the x64 only -- not seeing it pertained to
    x86's also. Sorry. I'll follow the instructions and see what happens.
    Thanks for your reply to this so soon. ~Drew
    Drew1higher, Nov 11, 2005
  4. Drew1higher

    Bill Sykes Guest

    Uninstall the 2.0 Beta. Install of x86 .NET Framework then updated without
    error. No reboots required.
    Bill Sykes, Nov 11, 2005
  5. Drew1higher

    zen Guest

    I forgot to uninstall .NET Framework 2.0 Beta before the autoinstall too.
    However, at the time of uninstalling .NET Framework 2.0 beta I noticed that
    ..NET Framework 1.1 is coexisting with 2.0 beta. Should I do anything about
    the 1.1? I certainly do not want to uninstall recklessly and then I am
    disabled from the internet to install anything further.
    zen, Nov 11, 2005
  6. Drew1higher

    Drew1higher Guest


    I actually uninstalled everything that had to do with .NET Framework.
    However, all I had to do was just uninstall the 'beta(s)' of .Net Framework
    2.0. Otherwise, if you uninstall everything, you will have to go through the
    process of installing .Net Framework 1.1, install the service pack for it.
    So, the answer to your posed question is NO.
    Drew1higher, Nov 11, 2005
  7. Drew1higher

    tnlindsey Guest

    I have been unable to install the .NET update. I am running Windows 2000
    Professional on an IBM ThinkPad Laptop. I do not have any beta versions of installed. I have Microsoft .Net Framework 1.1 as well as the hotfix
    for it - (KB886903). I tried installing it with the critical updates, then
    seperate from the critical updates. Both times I got error 0x659; I have no
    idea what that error means.

    Additionally, as recommended on this forum, I tried going to the Microsoft
    ..NET Framework developer centerand downloading/installing it directly from
    that site
    ( I
    tried installing the Redistributal Package (2.0 x86) as the site says this
    must be installed before installing the SDK 2.0 x86 package. It was unable
    to install; the error message said that it either could not open the
    installation package or a required file.

    The only thing I have yet to try is to uninstall the 1.1 version (and
    hotfix) before trying to install the 2.0 version. I did not think this was
    necessarily causing a problem since all the posts I have read so far said
    that only those people with beta versions had to uninstall them first.

    I will post again once I have tried uninstalling version 1.1 first.

    tnlindsey, Nov 12, 2005
  8. Drew1higher

    PA Bear Guest

    Ever think about beginning a new thread about /your/ problem, instead of
    "piggybacking" onto all these other threads, no matter how similar their
    problems may be?
    PA Bear, Nov 12, 2005
  9. Drew1higher

    tnlindsey Guest

    PA Bear,

    Please see my reply to you under "Microsoft .NET 2.0 update install on MS
    tnlindsey, Nov 16, 2005
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