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My Win 8 X64 Won?t Install Windows Component IIS For Me
Lex Li August 28, 2012 # re: .NET 3.5 Installation Problems in Windows 8 I don't think Visual Studio 2010 installs .NET Framework 3.5. Your solution was the hardest but effective. Reply TW 5 years ago Worked like a charm; thank you very much! I used the Registrar Registry Manager and it worked. http://openobjects.org/windows-8-1/my-windows-8-1-is-not-working-i-need-to-re-install.html
Contact Us Windows 7 Support Privacy and cookies Legal Top Windows 7 Forums - Windows Vista Forums - Windows 10 Forums The Windows 8 Forums is an independent web site This solved my problem, when the MS KB article did not.Thanks again! The keys in question are the following (files starting with the numbers indicated and ending in the machine's GUID): 6de9cb26d2b98c01ec4e9e8b34824aa2_GUID iisConfigurationKeyd6d986f09a1ee04e24c949879fdb506c_GUIDNetFrameworkConfigurationKey76944fb33636aeddb9590521c2e8815a_GUIDiisWasKey The easiest solution is to remove the files from the Cheers Reply MD 6 years ago Thanks man!
Windows 8.1 Updates Won't Install
Reply Prodis a.k.a. Here's how to get your features window populated again.1. Many thanks, you are STAR. I couldn't delete the registry easily and had to go to the other article you linked here and finally the 4th try , Manually Edit Registry permissions, got me sorted.
Refer: Registering a 32 bit DLL with 64 bit regsvr32 share answered Sep 22 '13 at 3:01 Abhijit 37.9k651127 regsvr32 has been working around bitness issues for long time, Deleted those two registry entries and voila!!! Reply Igor 6 years ago Many thanks, Reymond!The problem is solved thanks to your detailed recommendations. https://weblog.west-wind.com/posts/2012/Aug/27/NET-35-Installation-Problems-in-Windows-8 Any ideas?
Windows 8.1 Won't Find Updates
All works !!!! share answered Apr 27 '12 at 10:29 Alexus 306518 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I was getting the error "The module may compatible with this version of windows" Windows 8.1 Updates Won't Install Once you have finished downloading the file, close all running programs and run it, the Readiness Tool has an extension of .msu. Windows 8.1 Install Couldn't Be Completed This guide has solved my problem.
This allows the IIS installation to succeed, and hence, it allows the upgrade to complete successfully. Check This Out See this SQL Server MSDN Blog entry Installing SQL Server on Windows 8. Reply max 2 years ago installed the hot fix, checked the log, under"Checking Package Manifests and Catalogs" there are no errors and media center is still not in windows feature, Thanks Reply Venu 4 years ago Thanks a lot. Windows 8.1 Installation Has Failed
Reply dinadan 2 years ago Installing KB2749655 worked great on W7! Is a secure deterministic MAC always a PRF? Thank you so much for this! http://openobjects.org/windows-8-1/new-install-win-8-1-pro-64-bit.html Reply Sweedj 4 years ago This did the voodoo that you do!
Use ctrl+f in notepad find corrupt. Windows 8.1 Can't Check For Updates IT'S LIVESSSSSSSS Reply parmeet asija 1 year ago Thank uh so much!!!!!!!! You could also run the following: DISM /online /cleanup-Image /restorehealth /RestoreHealth checks for component store corruption, records the corruption to C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\CBS.log and FIXES the corruption using Windows Update. This operation takes
Reply littlewelshguy 3 years ago A very effective fix.
Just couldnt live without it, I was so disappointed when the local IT sent me a replacement laptop without telnet.When I demanded for telnet, they just keep on offering me a You are the best…. Specifically it's the install order that screwed things up for me - installing Visual Studio before explicitly installing .NET 3.5 from Windows Features - in particular. http://openobjects.org/windows-8-1/new-8-1-install-in-asus-n56j.html Thanks a bunch!
Reply Ali 5 years ago Great… did work for me. Reply chalmers 2 years ago Thanks a lot!! Good tool to have in my usb toolbox. Hence the ‘system component' that could not be configured is IIS.
This opens the Web Platform Installer 4.0. Worked perfectly Reply yusuf 1 year ago thanks so much deleting the corrupt registry worked Reply Terrence 1 year ago Thank you very much, Raymond! Individually they worked, but Visual Studio could not see IIS for some reason. Reply Glenn 3 years ago You are a genius.
Reply Ankur 4 years ago Thank you very much!!finally was able to get the box to show the features.