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I already have 4.5.1 installed I have ALL the required .Net Frameworks I work on computers and also .net frameworks need to be installed to run Wireless Workshop, So yes I have the right stuff installed and it keeps saying I don't.
Is your Locate Language English?

This was written for US Copies of Windows. When the program searches for the Registry Keys for the .Net Framework all words are in english. That is the only thing I can Think of why it would not work.
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Is your Locate Language English?

This was written for US Copies of Windows. When the program searches for the Registry Keys for the .Net Framework all words are in english. That is the only thing I can Think of why it would not work.
Yes I am from the US, I am using a fully legal paid for from Walmart Win7 Home Prem
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