.NET Framework error

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  1. Hellrazor

    Hellrazor Well-Known Member

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    I installed the game but when I try to run it an error pops up saying:
    To run this application, you must first install one of the following versions of the .NET Framework:
    v.4.0.30319

    I downloaded that version, uninstalled the last one, installed the new one, but still, same error.
    What should I do? I've even disabled Framework 3.5 from control panel, but noting helps!
    Help, please!​
  2. ZackValoN

    ZackValoN Well-Known Member

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    Hi man, I've got just the same problem. Have u found a solution? I can't still play because this damned .NET Framework gives me the same error :mad:
  3. paramesia

    paramesia Well-Known Member

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    use a repair tool for .net framework v4.0 and try to repair it
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  5. paramesia

    paramesia Well-Known Member

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    if the repair crashes just follow these steps

    1.go to Local Disk C/Windows/Assembly
    2.Rename the Assembly Directory Folder to Assembly2
    3.Use again the Repair Tool for .NETframework v4.0
    4.And WOOOOLAAA!! Repair Succeded :))
  6. ZackValoN

    ZackValoN Well-Known Member

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    Guys, plz, help me and I'll thank u for the eternity. I've tried a lot of things, tools for clean all the component of .NET Framework and for repair it. But it doesn't work. When I try to open the .exe of DmC, I get that error. And if I try to add the game on Steam, it crashes before I can do anything. Please, give me help, I wanna play T__T
  7. Hellrazor

    Hellrazor Well-Known Member

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    Nothing works. I uninstalled, reinstalled, deinstalled, unistalled, repaired, updated... and still nothing!
    Is there any other way?
  8. paramesia

    paramesia Well-Known Member

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    try to turn off Windows Firewall and your Anti Virus then
    rename the Assembly directory to Assembly2 which is on LOCALDISK C/Windows.
    then use the Microsoft .netframework (Standalone) tool and and click REPAIR.
  9. ZackValoN

    ZackValoN Well-Known Member

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    Same for me. Same error, always. And if I try with Steam is unusable.
  10. ZackValoN

    ZackValoN Well-Known Member

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    I can't rename the folder because i ge the error that the folder or the program opened is still working.
  11. Dark Drakan

    Dark Drakan Dark Lord Of The Forums Staff Member Administrator

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    Does anything here help at all?
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    Balamuk Well-Known Member

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    i tried it doesn't works still same error please if some one knows help us!!!we wanna plAy this

    if some one finds a way please post it !
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    kat Well-Known Member

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    i had this problem...but when i uninstalled google desktop and tried installing NET ver4 again, it succeeded...
  14. Balamuk

    Balamuk Well-Known Member

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    google desktop ?can u be more specific what is that another browser or smthing?
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    lorddemolatron Well-Known Member

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    I never had similar to this problem with UE, i think that Google programs can mess or take some PC resources needed for games, as I had identical crash but not in this game, rather another as It was Bioshock 2, after deleting Google Chrome from PC those problems vanished without reinstall anything.
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    That is the same error i encountered after installing DMC
    do this while your Windows Firewall and AntiVirus turnOFF



    1st. click Start menu then write in search box %temp%
    then clear your Temp Directory Folder

    2nd.GO to LOCAL DISK C./Windows
    you will see the Directory named ASSEMBLY

    3rd.rename that directory folder into ASSEMBLY2
    after you renamed it, use the (.NETframework v4.0 Standalone) tool
    then click repair.



    Hope these will HELP you guys :)
  18. paramesia

    paramesia Well-Known Member

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    did you clear your Temp directory folder?
    and Turned OFF your Firewall and AV?
  19. ZackValoN

    ZackValoN Well-Known Member

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    Nothing works. I've tried ALL. Except for renaming the folder "assembly" in "assembly2", I can't do it because I get the error that a program is curring. I'm desperate because I haven't got console and I won't play this game. Damned .Net Framework
  20. Balamuk

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    do what paramesia said clean temp and after u can rename to ASSEMBLY2 and open repair tool see if it works im testing it out right now
  21. Balamuk

    Balamuk Well-Known Member

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    mye it still doesn't work i renamed it to ASSEMBLY2 repaired it and said the repair was succesfull but when i start the game i still get the same error damn it

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