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    Worked for me also=== thanks a ton!!!
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    Installer problem

    I have the Ghost Recon Online NCSA- Live file and everytime i open it i get the message saying that i need both .Net Framework 3.5 SP1 and internet explorer, i have both, but i actually have .Net framework 4 , so i tired to downgrade it and i got a setup error for that to, since i already have the patch from before of .Net Framework 3.5 SP1 why isnt is working ??
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    I did everything you told me too, but i still have the same problem. I dont know if its my anti-virus, AVG, which catches a 'threat' everytime im at 98%. but besides the AVG warning i have the same problem. I really need help please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by booinator123 View Post
    I did everything you told me too, but i still have the same problem. I dont know if its my anti-virus, AVG, which catches a 'threat' everytime im at 98%. but besides the AVG warning i have the same problem. I really need help please.
    I've having this same issue. I'm thinking to add the entire Ubisoft folder in the Exception list of AVG. When you temporarily disable AVG, it installs fine. If you then reactivate AVG and try running the game, another virus threat pops up. I'm looking into it.
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    Yup, my idea worked great. Here's the fix for anyone else who has the AVG threat problem that Booinator123 mentioned.

    In your "AVG User Interface", open Tools, and click Advanced Settings.

    On the left hand side, open the Anti-virus tab, then Resident Shield, then click Exceptions.

    Under Exceptions, click Add path and add your Ubisoft folder (where ever you installed it. Default is C:/ProgramFiles(x86)/Ubisoft ).

    Click Apply and/or Ok

    And your done! You should be able to install the game completely now, and run it up to the login page.
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    Thx perfectozero, worked for me!
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    can you help me

    can you help me please
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    are u sure is left
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    my gro cant open how do i do it?
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