From: Israel on
I guess it turns out that the System.dll under the "2.0" folder was
replaced for 3.5
so the original version was 2.0.50727.1433 but if you have .NET
installed then it's 2.0.50727.3053

Therefore once you install 3.5 there's no way to ever go back to 2.0
even though it seems like you should. The problem I have with this
type of versioning is that our install only checks that a machine has
2.0 installed because that's what we thought we needed. Now it really
needs to check that 3.5 is installed but hopefully they don't continue
this pattern into future releases.
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