System Update Required, Unable to install or run the application

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Dears,

I am trying to update Window XP but when I try to update Window of my system, then I receive the below error. Why I want to update my system window?  Its reason is when I start my system then I receive some errors.

I want to remove those errors.

Error detail is given below. This system is part of the network.

System Update Required

Unable to install or run the application, The application requires that assembly WindowBase version 3.0.0.0 be installed in the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) first.

Please contact your system administrator.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #96007

System Update Required, Unable to install or run the application

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That problem you just encountered in updating your Windows is maybe very simple for some people who know how to…

First thing to do is, download the Net Framework 3.0 or the latest Net Framework released on the site, where you can download it. Then after you downloaded that said Framework, go to the location where you saved your Net Framework then install it, so that you can solve your problem.

Just hoping that my tips will help you to solve your problem. If you have some kind of problem that you believe I can help, you just upload it on this site, so that I can help you a little bit.

Answered By 0 points N/A #96008

System Update Required, Unable to install or run the application

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Operating System requires upgrades during a span of days using the web. Check and select only the updates that are needed. Do not install updates that are not required. Most of them are Malware which give false software upgrades for non-genuine Operating systems. Like windows XP Service Pack 2.   You cannot upgrade it right away because the installation CD is required and much essential in upgrading the system. Have a good copy of this and install it properly.

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