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How do I install .net framework 2.5 and 3.0? I need it to play batman arkham, other than that this little voodoo has been working fine lol

A good source:
http://www.askvg.com/how-to-install-microsoft-net-framework-3-5-offline-in-windows-8-without-internet-connection/

1. First you'll need to copy Windows 8/10 setup files to your hard disk. If you have Windows 8 setup ISO copied in your system,
you can mount it by right-click on it and select "Mount" option or you can extract its content using 7-Zip.

If you have Windows 8/10 setup disc and don't want to copy its content, its ok. Just insert the disc in your CD/DVD drive so that Windows can access its content.

2. Now open Command Prompt as Administrator as mentioned here and then provide following command:

Dism /online /enable-feature /featurename:NetFx3 /All /Source:F:\sources\sxs /LimitAccess

Here "F:" represents the CD/DVD drive letter in your system which contains Windows 8/10 setup disc. Replace it with the correct drive letter according to your system.

If you extracted Windows 8/10 setup files in a directory, replace F:\sources\sxs with the correct path.

3. As soon as you execute the above mentioned command, Windows will start installing .NET Framework 3.5 in your system and it'll not require Internet connection.
post #12 of 16
ty sir.


also


https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/games_windows_10/windows-10-game-mode-locks-screen-refresh/f5d4d645-87b7-4adc-87d6-248bbdf2d007

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/1004036/might-have-found-a-big-bug-with-the-creators-update-and-custom-refresh-rates-can-anyone-else-confirm-this-please-/?offset=6

Seems I am not the only one with Nvidia broken drivers for 75hz laptop. frown.gif
    
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Why don't you use Winreducer to intergrate your updates/net framework? Works wonders for me (Along with slimming Windows, but that's another story)..
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I ended up going back to Windows 10 1607 and using this: 180 delay with policy editor.

http://www.zdnet.com/article/windows-10-tip-temporarily-delay-the-creators-update/
    
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A quick update. I tried windows 8.1 WSUS last week, and finally got the kaby lake hack from github to work and unblock updates. Left M$ updates off at the very beginning, just used WSUS, kaby lake unblock hack, and WSUS again, and I have latest May 2017 security patch, and everything is smooth as butter, and windows updates are still off. smile.gif prob won't do another up date for a few months, not to worried about it. i have a stable, bloat free OS finally, screw WIn 10, its a joke. its funny, things load up faster in win 8.1 across the board... lol really shocking to see M$ going backwards cause of all the telemtry and bloat.
    
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