Check .NET framework and Vista SP1 for Vista being installed

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Nov 2, 2013 (3 years and 9 months ago)

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Check .NET framework and Vista SP1 for Vista being installed

Documented by: Yeo Boon Pu /SEGM 1
For Vista Business only – If you were running Windows Vista Business, check to make sure that
you have .NET framework SP1 for Vista being installed. To check whether the framework is
installed, click on Start -> Control Panel. The following window will appear:



You have to double-click on the Programs and Features. And you will need to wait for a moment
for the application to retrieve all the software that is being installed in the local computer. Scroll
down the screen and check whether you have the .NET framework installed.

Check .NET framework and Vista SP1 for Vista being installed

Documented by: Yeo Boon Pu /SEGM 2


If you already have .NET framework SP1 for Vista installed as shown in the diagram above, you
are ready to install the iBookshelf application.
Note that Microsoft .NET framework 3.5 includes the .NET framework 3.0 SP1 and the latest
.NET framework 3.5.

Check .NET framework and Vista SP1 for Vista being installed

Documented by: Yeo Boon Pu /SEGM 3
To check whether you have the latest Vista SP1 patch, right-click on the Computer icon
found in the Desktop, select Properties. (Alternatively you could click on the Start button,
select Control Panel -> System).
In the popup window, check to make sure that SP1 is being patched with your Vista
machines.