- Nov 19, 2013
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Only have one last thought. Disable Defender and try a new install.
I've already enabled .Net framework 3.5. I probably should have been more specific in my first post re all the troubleshooting I already did. I have been struggling with this since last October...You may be on to something there. It may be needing Net framework 3.5, which s not automatically installed. : Programs and features - Turn windows features on or off . 3.5 is available there.
I've been thinking the same, but I do have a lot of other applications that depend on .Net and they all work just fine. But which version they all use I don't know for sure. And MS made a mess out of .Net in Windows 10, it used to be easy to uninstall and reinstall .Net versions, but no more!It might be a broken registry entry but I am really out of ideas now. The only thing I can think of is the .Net Framework package is damaged but I really don't know for sure?.
Actually I'm not sure this should be marked as solved. The issue was that "iPrint & Scan" does not work, and that issue still remains.Glad you found a solution, please mark the thread as solved so it helps others.
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