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Rudolf Ponomarev
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Get .NET Framework 3.5 Offline Installer with .NET 2.0 and 3.0 Included

Microsoft provides an offline installer for .NET Framework 3.5 on its dotnet website. However, you need to select a supported version of the .NET Framework on the download page. Here you should find the NET Framework 3.5 SP1 listed as a supported version, click on it, and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.

download net framework 3.5 (include 2.0 and 3.0) offline installer

Why I install .net3.5 manual failed ? I download the .netframework 3.5 and copy to windows 8. I run the .net3.5 installation package. it also popup notice. But I want to install .net3.5 not require the network. any body gives some suggest?

This post will show you how to install .NET Framework 3.5 in Windows 11 offline from an installation media with DISM. By default, Windows 11 only includes .NET Framework 4.8. However, there are still a huge number of useful apps built against the .NET framework v3.5.

This method has a number of disadvantages. First of all, it is your Internet traffic, and it can be limited. Secondly, the download process is not reliable and can fail. If your Internet connection is unstable, it turns into hell. Finally, you can simply work offline.

If you fancy doing a direct download, Microsoft has an offline installer for previous versions of the .NET framework on its dotnet website. However, before you venture forth and download one of the files, make sure that you're downloading a supported version of .NET.

Once you've downloaded the offline installer for your chosen version, you're ready to begin the installation. In most cases, your installation should be smooth sailing. Sometimes, though, the offline installer just doesn't want to play ball.

Windows 11 error code 0x800f0950 occurs when you try to install the .net framework 3.5 relying on the conventional installer. It also happens when you try to open a program or video game that needs .NET 3.5 framework.

Currently when this article is published, the newest version of the .NET framework is 4.8. You can download it from After you arrive at the given web page, click the Download .NET Framework 4.8 Runtime button to start the downloading.

There is also a chance that the target .net framework has already been downloaded and has been pending to be installed within the Windows update. If so, if you try to install the same framework individually, you can see the error 0x800f0950.

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If you have ever installed a bad version of the .NET framework or if you tried to uninstall a framework but got interrupted, you might receive the above issue. The installer is preventing you from installing new framework files for the remnant corrupted equivalents. Just clean up the remnants to solve the 0x800f0950 problem and a .NET Framework Repair Tool can help with that.

Just download the tool from its official website provided above and install it on your PC. Then, make use of the program to detect and try to fix some frequently occurring issues with the setup of the Microsoft .NET Framework or with updates to the framework.

For the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 there is also a new variant of the .NET Framework, called the ".NET Framework Client Profile", which at 28 MB is significantly smaller than the full framework and only installs components that are the most relevant to desktop applications.[57] However, the Client Profile amounts to this size only if using the online installer on Windows XP SP2 when no other .NET Frameworks are installed or using Windows Update. When using the off-line installer or any other OS, the download size is still 250 MB.[58]

Many thanks Daniel. I had similar experience as Sam (March 15th) where nothing worked, even an offline installer. Tried your command line version and this worked a treat. Many hours of head scratching saved !! Cheers, Alan.

It says to reboot and try again. I've tried many times but problem persists. I'm thinking there may be something to do with it not being able to connect to windows update. I have not got any windows update server set up or anything. But the computers are on a domain. Is there no way to download and install this as an offline file?

I tried downloading and installing that, still gives the same prompt saying .NET need and click to add feature. When I press it gets stuck on downloading required files and then stops with same error. So not sure what kind of offline installation file that is

Problem Description: If you are installing .Net Framework 3.5 (includes .Net 2.0 and 3.0) on Windows 10 or Windows 2016 server, you may encounter this issue. If you download offline installer or use DISM commands for .Net Framework, Windows still considers it as a feature and always try to enable it from Windows Feature.

A dialog box will pop up on the desktop and the first option will be .NET Framework 3.5 (includes .NET 2.0 and 3.0). Just go ahead and check that box and that will install those features without needing to download anything from the Internet.

ASP.NET Dynamic Data, which offers an extensive scaffolding framework for quick data-driven development without writing code, is one of the new features introduced in the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 download, ASP.NET AJAX will now also allows management of browser history.

Some changes added to the common language runtime are a better layout of .NET Framework 3.5 download offline installer 64-bit native images and choosing the strong-name verification for totally trustful assemblies. It now provides better performance of application startup and the code generated for improving the end-to-end application execution time. It provides the enhanced ability to run the managed code in ASLR (Address Space Layout Randomization) mode if allowed by the operating system. The programs managed with support are opened and function similarly to native apps through network shares.

I cannot afford to upgrade to Windows 10 or buy a new computer. That is the push by the Logos web site and its employees. It is all about the money. All I need is access to a full stand alone (offline) version of Libronix 3.0(g?) so that I can restore to an operating condition the software that I have paid for. I am on a limited bandwidth connection to the internet and software that requires me to connect to the internet every time I use it will not work for me. I have tried the later versions of Logos and do not like them. The Logos policy in recent years of requiring legacy users to connect to the internet is not part of the licensing agreement that was provided with the software they purchased especially when Logos takes down resources that would allow a legacy user to restore their software to the as purchased condition when they have a hardware or software crash. I do not want to hear that it is about the technical support because that is not true. If backups of legacy Logos installation/operating software (not resources) were made available as downloads, the average user of Logos would be able to restore their software to an operating condition without technical support and without buying new Logos software (Therein lies the problem.). Also, the issue is not about the server/storage space for the legacy installation software (not resources). It is doubtful that the installation/operating software for all Logos software packages since its inception would total 2 Gigabytes. I realize that Logos is a money making business. In the case of legacy software and legacy users, Logos has made an arbitrary, money driven decision that is designed to make legacy users buy new software. It may look deceptively good at some desired bottom line for Logos, but it is a short-sighted decision that is unethical, immoral, and unfair to its legacy users. Furthermore, how does the Logos policy affect the poor or those on limited incomes? For me personally, the effect of the Logos policy concerning legacy software is to take from me the software that I paid for. That is not right. Another problem related to this issue is that I emailed both Logos customer support and Logos technical support over two weeks ago and have not heard back from them. Every time I talk or chat with a Logos representative they are pushing me to buy new software and/or hardware. That is not, and should not be, the answer here.


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