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Written by Brett Brewer   
Wednesday, 09 April 2008
Microsoft products are quickly becoming famous for showstopping update problems. I just spent 4 hours trying to fix a .NET problem caused by a failed .NET update, which was in turn caused by a Quickbooks update. It's hard to put either company at the top of my "most hated" list when they both really deserve to share the #1 spot. It's also very hard to believe that massive software installation problems with .NET can sometimes only be fixed by downloading a 3rd party program to do a REAL uninstall of all traces of .NET so you can perform a clean reinstall. Microsoft certainly does nothing to make this an easy task. Fortunately for everyone, there IS such a tool from someone name Aaron Stebner. Check out Aaron Stebner's .NET removal tool which quickly and easily removes ALL traces of ALL versions of the .NET frameworks. Mad props to Aaron Stebner for this incredibly necessary tool!
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