SharePoint Designer 2013 after installation getting error with runtime i.e. error writing to file Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.Local.Resources.dll Verify that you have access to that directory

SharePoint Designer 2013 after installation getting error with runtime i.e. error writing to file Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.Local.Resources.dll Verify that you have access to that directory
after retry..again SharePoint Designer requires the following component require to install Microsoft.NET framework version 4 i have downloaded and try to installed but fail not work please answer what to do?
Thanks and Regards, Rangnath Mali

Hi Rangnath,
For running SharePoint Designer 2013, you need to install Microsoft .NET 4.0 Framework or higher.
Please uninstall the Microsoft .NET 4.0 Framework, and install it again. After that, reboot your machine.
Best Regards,
Wendy
Wendy Li
TechNet Community Support

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