Wow starter edition updating setup files

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I know that they were before I did this fresh install, however, now nothing is listed, not even the .

NET framework packages which were listed before I wiped my drive clean.

At this point, Chrome works fine, and everything is sunshine and flowers. I understand that this is a lot, and I would honestly be in debt to whoever could assist me with this matter.

Then, I go on to install my Video drivers (ASUS Nvidia Ge Force 660 Direct CUII), USB drivers, and other peripheral drivers. Then, before I install Kasperksy Antivirus (to rule out the possibility of a conflict) I begin updating Windows 7. Running CCleaner to clear out my registry, with no effect. Currently, I have lost 4 days of both work and school because of this problem, and I am pulling my hair out attempting to figure this issue out.

There are a few that were ‘pre-selected’ that I ‘un-selected’, either because I believed that it could potentially cause a problem with Chrome, another process or service within my system, or simply because I did not need it, and the update was not critical.Thanks again, in advance for any help, and/or assistance.more brainstorming: Does the issue persist if you perform a system restore?I will throw a couple of ideas: 1) Is it possible that windows firewall or other firewall/anti-virus/anti-malware/etc program is blocking the connection for Chrome?2) Do you have any plugins to Chrome that could be causing the issue (also - plugins may be blocked by #1)?

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