Is it possible the machine does not have the correct security update patch for this file. Would you check the security tab on this file and make sure it's not odd? We should be good now. Can you reproduce the behavior on multiple clean machines? Have some time to run Aaron solution the results after installing x86 Visual 2013 redistributable package is following Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 x86 Minimum Runtime — 12. Click Install to begin installing these requirements. But they don't work with too.
Here are the produce codes for the three updates if someone needs them: Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 x86 Minimum Runtime — 11. Looks like that: This works fine for me. Thanks for your interesting blog. Suggest me with possible solution. We do not need to install the redistributable since Visual Studio installed a version of it. If you like our website shares it with your friends and also gives us suggestions.
Hi Aaron, Thanks for the provided information! Selecting this package results in Advanced Installer 10. Unlike the Visual C++ 2005 and 2008 redistributable packages, there are registry keys that can be used to detect the presence of the Visual C++ 2010 redistributable package. The issue is basically the inability of the installer to -uninstall- the previous version of the runtime. Unfortunately I had no time to make the investigation Aaron wrote about. Question: I have seen your previous blog posts that describe how to detect the presence of the and the. If the version is 40219.
Anyway I came across the solution here: If anyone has anything to add to my issue solution comments I'd appreciate that. If you still experience the issue with the installation please feel free to involve us. Hopefully this will fix my problem. For servicing reasons, we do not recommend that you use this installation location. I am creating a installation diagnose utility that user would run when the product does not function correctly. One for 'Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 x86 Additional Runtime' and one for 'Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 x86 Minimum Runtime'. You also asked about a 9.
I have Win 7 64 bit and already had installed both x86 and x64 Visual C++ 2010 redistributable 10. If so, what version is installed? Starting in Visual Studio 2015 packages, you can check a registry value to find out if a more recent version is installed. Instead, I recommend that you always install them during your installation process. I under hand the software associated with the installtion of software is Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Runtime version 10. So I went to Microsoft to download these 2 programs again and both fail to install.
Links to examples that demonstrate how to deploy Visual C++ applications. I see the same behaviour on Windows 7 in a virtual machine. Maybe there is any other way to check whether such packages are installed? The registry key is under the Wow6432node. Download one, install it, then download the next, install it, etc. For an example, see , which also shows how to use InstallShield Limited Edition to create an installation package. It would be helpful, therefore, if mutually exclusive packages could be identified by Advanced Installer and the developer warned when more than one is added Hello and welcome to Advanced Installer forums, Thank you for your interest in Advanced Installer. Anyway, I gave myself permission and deleted both files and installed the package again and new.
You might be able to parse registry values under the Uninstall sub-key like what is described at , but since it is not officially documented as supported, there's no guarantee that a future service pack would continue to work with this detection logic. Yes, they are both Visual C++ Redistributable package, but they are for different version of Visual C++. I got the same outcome from downloading the package of the Microsoft website. Hi Mjocasio23 — Are you referring to this update — If so, and if you've already installed it, then it is possible that there is a problem with the detection logic in the scanning software you're using. I'm going to assume you are a local administrator and that the installer tries to auto elevate to administrative permissions.
Read the forums on adjusting the pre-requisite condition. Redistributing Visual C++ Files When you deploy an application, you must also deploy the files that are required to support it. See the error message you get for the exact version you need to fix. You shouldn't need to know the exact location of the files — applications will find them in their installed locations if they need them. I'd always recommend trying to install the redistributable that includes the exact versions that your application needs. What registry condition would I use.