Re missing file

  stormin7315 20 Jun 11

Hi When my computer boots up and the desktop page loads i get this message.Could not load sorttbls.nlp file or assembly or one of its dependencies.Am i right in thinking that this file relates to .net2.On my computer it has net4.Could this file be something to do with a programme that has not been uninstalled properly?

  chub_tor 20 Jun 11

This implies that it is indeed related to NET Framework and suggests that you should try Windows Update. You may have to uninstall NET Framework 2 This link might help.

  stormin7315 20 Jun 11

Hi According to add/remove prog,NET2 framework is not on my computer but NET 4framework is.I am running windows 7?

  chub_tor 20 Jun 11

This is extracted from the Microsoft Answers Forum....

What to do is download from Click Here. Unzip files and run tool and select to remove .NET Framework 4 (there is a drop window asking which .NET Framework you wish to remove,make sure you select .NET Framework 4.)..This tool will safely remove client profile part of .NET Framework 4. You will not be able to remove it by using add/remove programmes as normal because it has become corrupt.Once tool has removed files restart computer and check windows update.You should find .NET Framework 4 client profile offered as an update (KB982670).Download and install this..Restart computer again and run windows update.You should be offered the problem KB2446708 as a high priority update.Install this and it should be fine, you shouldn't see it reappear again as before. Best of luck.


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