has anyone ever installed .NET Framework?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by iceni60, Feb 1, 2006.

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  1. iceni60

    iceni60 ( ^o^)

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    is it OK to disable .NET Framework 1.1, 2.0 startups? i had to install them for a printer.

    mscorsvw.exe
    and there might be something else but i can't find it atm. thanks.
     
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    Ice,

    If this is the same HP printer from the other post, then I would uninstall all that bloatware crap and go to the HP web site for the "Driver Only" version that they usually provide.

    What is the model number?
     
  3. iceni60

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    hi, CH. it's a PSC 1610, but when i installed it on Ubuntu i couldn't find anything 1610 and just installed all the 1600 stuff instead and it worked fine. i think Linux can be abit slower with drivers though. i don't know why i didn't think of going to the site when i was only there yesterday doing just that :rolleyes:

    i've just done that exact thing with software for a digital camera too - i only installed the driver, but now i see it needs the other software on the disc too to upload the pictures to, so i'm going to install the rest of the software on the disc.

    i'll have a look at HP's site tomorrow. i've got a headache now, and i've already installed/uninstalled everything about 4 times i can't go through it all again now. i'm going to watch a video. thanks.
     
  4. danky

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    I have it installed, I installed so i can run programs that depend on it, i.e. paint dot net.
     
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