S0S Posted November 19, 2005 Share Posted November 19, 2005 Other than technical issues that I'm not aware of, one way to do it would be to uninstall Paint.NET and .NET framework 1.1 Do a complete uninstall where you use the "Search" feature in the Windows control panel and delete any file still left after the running the uninstaller (it happens). Then go to the "Run" command in the Windows control panel and typing in "Regedit" and going to "Edit" and then "Find" and typing in Paint.NET and .NET framework to get rid of any references to it. After this, click on the installers and start from scratch with a new installation. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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