Incisor posted on Jun 04, 2022 10:02:28 AM - Report post
I thought I'd edit the post to say that after doing a complete Windows Update (which made no difference) I then updated my complete ASUS motherboard driver/utility set and somewhere along the way Aurora was brought back to life - still not sure exactly why but it does seem clear that this an issue with Windows not having components installed or registered correctly that Aurora assumes are there. ------------------ Unable to open Aurora in Windows 11 with the message below. As a note, Windows 11 comes with .Net 4.8 installed which I have confirmed and it is supposed to be backwards compatible. I also don't think you can install lower versions (of 4 anyway) if a higher version is installed - I did try. I also ran the .NET repair to no avail.
System.Windows.Markup.XamlParseException: The invocation of the constructor on type '-.dje_zT6BKBKSE46TU3GSRACCCMCPTXPDRBPSZ9H7YK482_ejd' that matches the specified binding constraints threw an exception. ---> System.PlatformNotSupportedException: Could not find an installation of .NET Framework v4.0.30319. System.Management requires native modules from the .NET Framework to operate.