.Net Framework Programs Crash On First Run
Davin Peterson I installed the anniversary update on August 3 and my computer had been running fine until Tuesday, August 16 when it kept crashing with the blue screen of death Then Bria or X-Lite must be re-installed. Go to "Start" -> "Settings" -> "Control Panel" -> "Administrative Tools" 2. While you're in Safe Mode, you shouldn’t have any problems with freezes or crashes and you’ll be able to search for different solutions online. check over here
But, I gave you +1 since you're the only person who has actually solved this issue before. –blak3r Aug 17 '11 at 5:16 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Click Change, Remove or Repair. Hope this helps. Mark this as answer if it do. ==== "If you torture the data enough,it will confess" ==== Shanadas Proposed as answer by Shanadas Thursday, October 29, 2009 11:56 PM Marked as https://support.counterpath.com/topic/crashing-at-start-up-due-to-microsoft-windows-net-framework-issue
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Cloned this HDD to my second internal HDD. If this is a casual workstation (e.g. Now try running your application over the network and see if you still get a strange error. Limit goes to infinity, but wolfram alpha says its limit is zero Does my Return Type Need to be Defined?
But, It certainly doesn't explain why other .NET apps don't work nor why this issue hasn't happened on other computers. –blak3r Mar 29 '10 at 22:57 add a comment| Your Answer You may have to work through more than one of the following methods. After you create your bootable USB flash drive, insert it into your computer, run setup.exe and install the update. Xlite Tried launching .NET apps via windbg cmd line.
so theoretically the environments should be identical to where the application does work properly. –blak3r Sep 22 '09 at 20:17 You hadn't mentioned that it works on most computers Under "Runtime Security Policy" I clicked "Reset All Policy Levels" but that didn't help unfortunately. I'm failing to see why aspnet_regiis would get me any closer to knowing what the problem is. –blak3r Sep 22 '09 at 20:08 It's a good point to check CounterPath Technical Support Submit Ticket Knowledge Base Topics Store Login CounterPath Technical SupportKnowledge BaseArticlesBria 4 Knowledge Base Bria 4 Bria iPhone/iPad Edition Bria Android/Android Tablet Edition Cloud Solutions Cloud Solutions
d. When you are prompted, restart the computer. 2. Use the Windows Installer CleanUp Utility to clean up the MSI database state for all the versions of the .NET Framework. Windbg share|improve this answer answered Aug 16 '11 at 10:10 Chris Taylor 35.7k64566 +1 -- As I mentioned in other posts... It's not specific to my application. You should try to perform an uninstall by using the steps in Method 1, earlier in this article, before you use this cleanup tool.
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So, simple .NET hello world works when invoked by windbg or by launching via debug in visual studio... https://forums.techguy.org/threads/net-framework-programs-crash-on-first-run.588829/ So if you have any idea of how I can solve the issue above, please let me know. Hotfix For Microsoft .net Framework 4.0 (kb2390372) For detailed instructions on how to enter BIOS and how to disable Secure Boot be sure to check your motherboard manual. .net Framework Crashing Windows 7 Whenever installing Quickbooks Pro 2010 it does not recognize that the .net framework is not installed on the machine.
Is there some way to get the feature to come up in Turn Windows Features On or Off? http://laptopdeathmatch.com/net-framework/net-framework-2.php Does Microsoft have any records of similar issues? c. Note each version of the .NET Framework that is already installed on the computer. Note When you have reinstalled all the versions of the .NET Framework, you can use Windows Update to check for updates to the .NET Framework. Microsoft .net Framework Repair Tool
READ ALSO: Windows 10 Anniversary Update deletes Storage Drive files Keep in mind that this isn’t a guaranteed solution, and users report that crashing issues persisted even after upgrading to the Thanks for your suggestion. My customer is a university and the software is being installed on most of their computers across campus using Alteris. this content Note When you have reinstalled all the versions of the .NET Framework, you can use Windows Update to check for updates to the .NET Framework.
Browse other questions tagged .net visual-studio-2008 crash-dumps or ask your own question. I'm now suspecting the Windows 7 Image that I used (it's an ISO downloaded from MSDN Subcriber Downloads). My application is a desktop application.
Log 1 description indicates a failure in accessing 32 bit binaries in Program files (X86) Log 3 description indicates a WoW64 (Windows-on-Windows 64-bit) fault, that may indicate a 32 bit application
All .NET dependent apps have this issue. Intern seems uninterested at work internship Grep in a huge log file (>14 GB) only the last x GB? Hope this helps. Stablized now.
No luck. –blak3r Oct 8 '09 at 7:08 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I had a similar problem a few months ago (I do not remember the error Researched error message and decided to use Media Creation Tool on a flash drive. But, then when I tried to execute the generated binaries in the /bin/Debug/HelloWorld.exe directory outside of visual studio it crashed. have a peek at these guys The .NET Framework cleanup tool removes the .NET Framework for you.
You can also click on "My Computer" and move the bar all the way up to "Full Trust" as well. Click on OK 6. Can I re-use my license key on multiple copies of Bria? Do native apps that call into the CLR work?
Microsoft makes no warranty, implied or otherwise, about the performance or reliability of these products. Customer lost interest. –blak3r Mar 29 '10 at 22:48 add a comment| 14 Answers 14 active oldest votes up vote 7 down vote Based on your windbg output it looks like A screen like the following will display. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy!
Running the 3.5 distributable does not help. Bateman1982, Jun 27, 2007 #5 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. In addition to freezes, many users report crashes followed by Blue Screen errors.