The user had two computers
with Net Framework errors. One was running Windows XP and the other
Windows 10 although not by choice.
Can Lead to More Trouble
error was this Microsoft Net Framework error. However solving an
underlying error code of 0x0000FFFF on the Windows 10 computer proved to
be a challenge. The Microsoft blog said this is caused by a
corrupt user profile and it is easily fixed by going into the registry
and deleting the user profile. After the user profile was deleted
the computer wouldn't boot. But we know how easy it is to restore
a previous restore point. However, the computer would not boot
into safe mode using F8, F12 or Shift on Boot or third time's a charm.
It wasn't until I tried holding the Shift key during a restart that the
familiar Emergency Restore screen appeared and the previous restore
point was recovered. Then it was straight forward, but lengthy, to
repair the Net Framework program. If you have not dealt with
repairing Net Framework previously, I recommend that you call the fine
folks at Primary Computer Service.
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