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Problem with installing AutoCAD... .NET installation failure

Problem with installing AutoCAD... .NET installation failure

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Hello, and thanks in advance for your assistance.
I've recently been trying to install AutoCAD and there is a problem. It aborts the installation because the installation program attempts to uninstall and then re-install Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1

However, something about my computer is not allowing it to install the .NET Framework. Has anyone seen this problem before? When I attempt to uninstall it manually the error message says there is another version installed. Both "uninstall" and "repair" fails. Anyone seen this problem before, and if so, what is the fix for it?
I appreciate your assistance.
George

RE: Problem with installing AutoCAD... .NET installation failure

you are usually better searching the autodesk forums for issues like this.
Try this link Link

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