Quote: Originally Posted by JSHuiting
Yeah i tried uninnstalling them there but whenever i try it says that it's the incorrect path. And i can only sellect two, or direct the unninstaller to the correct path. But i don't really know where it is installed...
Anyway i saw some good programs that should fix my issue, MicrosoftFixIt and Microsoft Software Cleanup, but both don't seem to work on Windows 7, isn't there any program that could reset my Microsoft Visuals 2005 C++? And maybe something to fix the update?
Also both of you guys are suggesting things that are irrelevant, or things i should've known before... which't aren't really helpfull right now. But thanks for the effort.
There is always more to the story than the first post, but since no one can read minds, all we can do is start out with the most common issue. And the number of people that want to randomly uninstall the redistributable packages for no reason is pretty large. So that answer ususaly does the trick.
So am I reading right that you have tried reinstalling the 2005 redistributrable package from the MS site iteslf but that didn't work? You should try installing that and the service pack 1 one.
Also, to look for an answer to the problem we may have to find out when/why it happened. You said that a program just suddenly sopped working? It sounds like the installed package got damaged somehow. Was that before or after trying to install the update?
If before, this is frequently caused by registry or disk cleaners, but might also be a hard drive error. Can you think of anything else that happened between last time the program worked and when it didn't? The solution may depends on exactly how it started.
If after, did something happen during the update that you can remember?