“The application requires one of the following versions of the .NET Framework” or “.NET Framework 4.7.1 or later is already installed this computer” error while running application

While trying to run an application we were getting the below message

It was taking us to Microsoft Download site for downloading the framework.

We downloaded the 4.7.1 Framework but while trying to install it we got the below message that said the framework or a later update is already installed on this computer.

Tried uninstalling all the .NET Framework version installed including 4.7.

That also didn’t work.

Few of the forums talk about making changes in the registry, that also didn’t help.

Eventually we commented the supportedRuntime element in the configuration file of the application to get through this issue.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/framework/configure-apps/file-schema/startup/supportedruntime-element

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/21566528/what-happens-if-i-remove-the-auto-added-supportedruntime-element

Hope it helps..

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Fixed – Wi-Fi Network not showing up in Windows 10

[Update – 6th June 2018]

Finally working now –

Tried starting all the network and update related services randomly in Windows Services (Run –> Services.msc).

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Here are the list of services running in my machine

Try starting them and see if it works for you .

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GD1HG4S5goMod8u4GgbcvORIeC7Z3VXi/view?usp=sharing

[Update – 2nd June 2018 – Still can’t see the wifi network, have tried all the option. I think will have to format it. Meanwhile using the below approach]

Few days back I saw that my Lenovo (Windows 10 ) laptop was not showing any WIFI networks.

I tried everything that was suggested out there i.e. update drivers, configuring WLAN Auto Config, Auto Discovery On etc. etc. (except the last resort of formatting the operating system) but none worked.

Interestingly it was showing all the available networks on the lock screen, through which I was finally able to connect.

The other option that could help is, from the command prompt delete the existing profile using the below command

netsh wlan delete profile name=”WifiName”

and create a new wifi connection manually and start it automatically.

I think some of the Windows updates might be the reason for this issue, so still waiting for a newer update that might fix it. Till then at least I have the above workaround.

Hope it helps.