Have you seen this error (or one like it) when using PortfolioCenter? I got this error when trying to use the Trade Lot Reconciliation Tool after Windows upgraded itself. Not only would the Trade Lot Reconciliation Tool fail, PortfolioCenter would crash instead of closing properly.
None of these steps solved the problem, even though they are typically good things to try in this kind of situation.
- Restarting the computer.
- Reindexing the database.
- Checking the database.
- Updating the database statistics.
- Stopping/starting Microsoft’s NET Framework.
The solution is to repair Microsoft’s Net Framework.
Step 1: Manually stop NET Framework.
- Close all programs.
- Open the Windows Start menu.
- Type “Control Panel” into the search and open Control Panel.
- Go to Programs and Features.
- In the top corner, select Turn Windows features on or off.
- Find .NET Framework on the list.
- It should be checked. UNcheck it. APPLY
- Restart your computer.
Step 2: Download and run Microsoft .Net framework Repair tool
- Follow the prompts.
- Let Windows download new files for you if it asks.
- When the Repair tool finishes, you’ll see a prompt to reinstall NET Framework. At this point, turn Net Framework back on.
Step 3: Go back to Control Panel and turn Net Framework back on.
If prompted, restart your computer.