But when I tried to uninstall the 2012 version of 64-bit program, it won't uninstall. I will certainly help you with this. Click Start, Run, type: cmd and press Enter. Please fix the issues and then retry setup. If you do also, wait until it fails, then go to the installation log and find the actual location of the package. The process was completed without errors.
I did rebooted it several times and even shutting my laptop down. This can be beneficial to other community members reading this thread. After this, you can install the Autodesk software, and the prior version will be installed on the system. And then verify the time zone is correct as well as the internet time tab has the option to Synchronize with Internet time server. If the Windows Updates have already installed a newer version of the C++ redistributable package that the Autodesk product is trying to install, the Autodesk software package will fail on this particular prerequisite due to incompatibility of the two Microsoft packages. Click to participate the survey.
Click to participate the survey. Please let us know the results. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact. This helps eliminate software conflicts that occur when you install a program or an update or when you run a program in Windows 8. Hi jlittle9, I got your log file. You can re-install it to have a try. What's more, there are some threads with same error recently.
Running Windows Updates after the install has completed will then update to the more recent version of the C++ package. Have you solved this issue already? After I have installed April 2014 on my Windows Server 2012 R2, I am able to install the Visual C++ Redistributable correctly. Thanks for helping make community forums a great place. You only need to uninstall the year that is causing the install to fail. Repairing it also gives the same error message. When I browsed for solutions, one of them suggest me to re-install all Microsoft Visual C++ programs. And you can read Microsoft has pulled some recent updates back and recommends to uninstall the updates for August.
According to the Microsoft website : Prerequisites To install this update, you must have installed in Windows 8. The second one is related with the assembly. You can read this blog: This. Thanks Hi, Could you let us know the exact error code? You can find the Windows8. In temp folder location select all files and delete. I'd ask them for help over here.
Commands used in this video. If you still have this problem, please share the total installation log file. Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help. Please download to have a try, then install it again. I've been trying various things like reinstalling all of Visual C++ and. I have tried to install every version higher than that and I keep getting the same error message: Microsoft Visual C++ 2017 Redistributable x64 - 14. I found out the error code and log code when I try to uninstall it.
Thanks for helping make community forums a great place. Re-run Hope would be helpful. Please try to install again and check the result. For more information see the log file. It indicates that windows system files damage or something make Windows Installer think a reboot is required. Hello, I need help with installing Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable that is required by a game that I try to play, but for some reason I keep getting this 0x80240017 - Undefined error. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact.
Below is the copy and pasted log. I have tried to install it in hope to overwrite the installation, or just repair it by executing the installation file , but the same error message pops up and aborting the installation. Product Name: Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 x86 Minimum Runtime - 11. However the root cause should be the same. Microsoft Answers forums are a different platform so we cannot move it, you'll need to re-ask over in forums I linked.
Hope my solution would be helpful J. Click on change date and time settings. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact. I am trying to install microsoft Visual C++ 2012 redistributable x86 on my 32 bit windows 7 pc and I get Error 1359. Method 4: Try to reregister the Windows Installer service: a. Then you can open the text file in any text editor and search the list of products for the name of the product that setup told you to uninstall. You know, a kindly feedback is important for us to collect different error info and discussing with members efficiently.
I appreciate your time and effort. It is no longer serviced by Visual Studio directly. But the program is still don't want to uninstall. The latest version I have is 2012. This can be beneficial to other community members reading this thread.