What version of the framework did you uninstall? You know the Microsoft .net framework versions are designed to coexist. One of the reasons Microsoft created the .net framework is to eliminate the DLL Hell syndrome. If I remember correctly, Sentinel targets the 2.0 framework. Uninstalling a version of the framework may cause another of your programs to stop working.Ok I installed sentinel,really hate microsoft .net framework,right?
So i uninstalled .net framework and guess what? Sentinel works just fine!
Ya go figure that one out.So whats it in there and required for?
Why would anyone "hate" .NET framework?
That seems pretty pointless.
This has to be a joke right? If you hate .net framework why use windows at all?
That would be because .net framework is used by most windows apps, not just Sentinel. BTW, what tool are you using to determine that .net framework is communicating? And what IP address is it communicating with?If its not spyware then if its not needed ,then whys it there? I see it try to communicate alot when its sentinel is not even running thats my reason for removal.
Sounds like you need more memory. Its rather cheap these days and I am not sure how you're able to even do anything with 1 GB of ram. Plus running XP which isn't even supported now. You're not doing yourself any favors. It's great you're not having any problems and it is doing what you need now but, you're missing the big picture which is what everyone is trying to tell you.