When installing Kaspersky Anti-Virus, does the “white window” come out?

This error occurs when the .NET Framework component is not installed on the Windows system or it is corrupted.

To resolve this error, follow these steps:

Download and run the Microsoft .NET Framework Repair Tool, a utility for diagnosing and fixing problems in the Microsoft .NET Framework.

Follow the steps of the installer program, and then restart the computer.

Try to install the Kaspersky Lab product again.

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If the Microsoft .NET Framework Repair Tool does not resolve the problem, reinstall .Net Framework: uninstall the program using standard Windows tools (go to Start> Control Panel> Uninstall the program).

After uninstalling, download and install the latest version of .Net Framework.

If this recommendation does not help: open the command prompt (cmd) as administrator and enter one by one:

dism.exe / online / cleanup-image / scanhealth press Enter

dism.exe / online / cleanup-image / restorehealth press Enter

sfc / scannow press Enter

In Windows 10 and 8.1, the command line as administrator is started as follows:

Win + X -> Command line (administrator)

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