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(KB982670) .Net Framework 4 update for win7 x64


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Finally ive got installed win7 on my imac.

But after installing this via windows update i get the error in the link:

(Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile til Windows 7 x64-baserede systemer (KB982670)



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if i uninstall the update everything works again..

What can i do?
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Don't install the NET Framework update unless it's needed to run a specific program. Tell Windows Update to ignore the update and you won't be bothered by it any longer.
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Ok thx.

Ive tried to find the ignore function in windows for that update. Cant find it. Can you give me a hint where to go and put it on ignore?
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Give this a read - it's for Vista but I'm sure it'll work for 7.

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