Microsoft updates done by me manually. "These updates failed to install: Update to .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 for the .NET Framework Assistant 1.0 x86 (KB963707)"
Reading all the .Net complaints on this forum gives me one gigantic headache. First of all, these .Net frameworks seem to be a necessity in order to view/surf the web. I never did anything to alter my .Net frame work, and actually didn't even know it existed until one day, I started getting errors along with my MS automatic updates. Would this not indicate that MS has created software that has a flaw in it? Seeing as how I never did a thing in the world to alter this function in my pc. Disgusted that the expectation is that we consumers need to clean up MS' corrupted software. I think a more appropriate expectation would be that MS needs to fix their own corrupted software, and while your at it, have an auto-update tool that fixes it for us at the same time security updates are downloaded. I don't have the time or patience to fix problems like this that I had no part in creating. If you have an MS representative in my community, I would like them to come out and see my PC and fix this for me. I have continually tried to use all of the steps advised, to no avail. They all FAIL. Something needs to be done about this, otherwise this is the equivalent of fringing on being reported to the BBB in reguards to offering a reasonable solution to a problem that exists with MS products not delivering the intended service to the consumer. Not only is the software corrupt, but it uses a ton of memory and has degraded the functions of everyday use of my PC.