Hello there, TimWagner66.
It seems this issue may be cause by a bad installation of a version of Microsoft's .NET Framework. The following Knowledge Base article has the steps on how to resolve this issue:
For Windows 7, the steps are as follows:
To resolve this issue, run these installers one at a time and follow the instructions on screen to install each applicable version of the .NET Framework. If this version of the .NET Framework is already installed, you may see a screen similar to the one shown below.
If you see this screen, select Repair and then click Next to repair the installation of the .NET Framework.
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