In line with @Yomaj’s answer, you should update to Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0, you should download the.msi file of that and then in safe mode run the following commands
Then you have to install
MSI.NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 1 x64
MSI.NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 2 x64
and finally, run the following commands from command prompt
and then reboot your machine.
I’m searching for any possible solution if this situation comes back again.
I hope this help someone.
one of the illustrations in the paper looks really creepy!
I love “Trader Horror World” by Dave “Ghoul the Exciter” Karras, a fine tribute to all the great old time pulp writers and illustrators such as Ashbury, Hoople, Burroughs, Sabin, and Jessup.
Joe Mayeaux, in a post at The Hall of Fantasy, introduces one of my favorite vintage magazine interiors, by Frank Willard, called “The Graveyard, the Crucifix
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