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Alright, as my psychic abilities are a bit low today, you're going to have to give us some more details...,

What OS are you using XP, Vista or Win7 (32 bit or 64 bit?)?

What service packs are installed?

Which incarnation of the .NET framework is installed?

How far does the installation get?

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Alright, as my psychic abilities are a bit low today, you're going to have to give us some more details...,

What OS are you using XP, Vista or Win7 (32 bit or 64 bit?)?

What service packs are installed?

Which incarnation of the .NET framework is installed?

How far does the installation get?

Itis XP with SP3 net framework 3.5Sp1 already installed.I have version 3.5.4 already installed and working. update gets downloaded and stats to update at the final stage the whole thing rolls back and the erorr messgae-fatal error no 1603.

The same thing was happening with 3.5.5 beta version.

If you need any further info pl ASK.

Yaksha

Iam using a broadband connection to download.

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Hi, I had the same problem. Installer would almost complete, but backs up/rolls back and completely uninstall. It looked like when the file associations are being made in the registry, it some how had an error. Suspected that McAfee might be blocking the reassociations of extensions to paint.net (i have recently changed McAfee to be in high secure mode) and it turned out to be true. When i reinstalled after disabling McAfee access protections, it worked. Error seems to occur when a "access denied" condition occurs i guess. I hope this helps.

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Virus Checkers have recently been added to the thread (also linked above): PROBLEMS WITH INSTALL UPDATE OR UNINSTALL? READ THIS.

9) Disable your antivirus
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Once you have paint.net installed and working, just remember...,

Don't forget to turn it (your anti-virus software) back on once Paint.NET is installed!
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Once you have paint.net installed and working, just remember...,

Dear moderator

I had not diabled antivirus software while installing the paint.net.So there is no question of starting again.

Instead of standard installation I used custom-and installed in different directory. paint.net is working fine

Yaksha

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Installing to a different directory is OK.

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Alright, as my psychic abilities are a bit low today, you're going to have to give us some more details...,

What OS are you using XP, Vista or Win7 (32 bit or 64 bit?)?

What service packs are installed?

Which incarnation of the .NET framework is installed?

How far does the installation get?

I guest why installing a sw should be so difficult ?

I'm using hp pc with W7 pro installed, previous version of Paint.net worked correctly now I cannot use it any way , 3 hours of trial with no success

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More info is required. Telling us that you "cannot use it any way" does not help us to help you.

Does it install?

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