Download is stuck on fix. NET Framework 4.0

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I have the same issue.  The 2013 install keeps trying to "fix" Framework 4.  I have uninstalled, re-installed and updated Framework 4 client profile and TT 2013 still will not install on XP SP 3 with all updates every patch Tuesday!! 

I am a software developer and have a commercial product that I have been selling and supporting since 1987 also based on the .NET Framework so I have a better knowledge of the Frameworks than most.  I have uninstalled, re-installed and updated the Framework 4 Client Profile twice and TT 2013 Basic still will NOT install.  It keeps showing the attached dialogs.

I have used TT for 10 or more years and it has never failed like this before.  TT2013 is the first version to use Framework 4 AFAIK.

They need to fix this ASAP.
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