"Error 1714. The old version of Microsoft Visual C ++ 2005 Redistributable cannot be deleted. Contact your technical support group. »
(Windows 7 64-bit)
This can be long and winded, but I spent 5 hours trying to solve this problem.
It all started when I tried to uninstall a program, but I kept getting the message that wanted me vcredit.msi (or something like that) I downloaded a copy of it and pointed out the program of this file, but it has always found a problem and wouldn't uninstall. (Add/Remove programs won't uninstall it not more)
So, I moved to the installation of a new program. He repeats to me '\Temp\IXP1. TMP\ is not a valid package for the product Microsoft Visual C ++ 2005
Redistributable. Try to find the installation package 'vcredit.msi' in a folder that you can install Microsoft Visual C ++ 2005 Redistributable. »
When I point to the vcredit.msi that I downloaded (just randomly sitting in my docs) I get "error 1714. The old version of Microsoft Visual C ++ 2005 Redistributable cannot be deleted. Contact your technical support group. »
I also have trouble downloading updates Microsoft for Microsoft Visual C ++ 2005 Redistributable & at the same time in updates it shows Microsoft Visual C ++ 2008 Redistributable.
I tried to uninstall Microsoft Visual C ++ 2005 Redistributable via Add/Remove Programs, but it won't let me say it does not find some programs.
This thing is annoys the heck out of me.
I need to set the Microsoft Visual C ++ 2005 Redistributable problem (looks like I need the new version 2008 or 2010?) and be able to install and uninstall programs. Which is somehow related.
Any ideas what to do. (Please speak as clearly as possible. I'm a fool when it comes to computers lol)
Original title: Microsoft Visual C ++ 2005 disorders (installing and uninstalling of programs)
Thanks for posting your query in Microsoft Community Forum.
The error you get can be caused by components from Visual C++ Runtime libraries that are missing or get conflicted, perhaps due to a third party software or badly configured registry settings.
So, I would suggest trying the following steps and check if the problem persists:
a. click Start, right-click computerand then click Properties.
b. in the name computer, domain, and workgroup settings , click change settings.
(If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type your password, or click continue.)
c. click change settings , and then select the Advanced tab click the environment variables button.
d. the user variables area, click on TEMPand then click change.
e. in the Variable value box, type C:\Temp, and then click OK twice.
f. click applyand then click OK.
g. follow steps 4 to 6 for the variable of environment TMP as well.
h. confirm this folder C:\Temp exist, otherwise create a.
i. restart the computer.
j. attempt to install the application again.
If the steps do not help, try the next method.
If you are comfortable in changing some registry settings, then follow the steps provided below.
- Click Start and type run in start search box, and then press enter.
- Type regedit and click OK.
Important: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to change the
Registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 322756 KB
How to back up and restore the registry in Windows
If the method does not resolve the problem, continue to the next method.
You can also reinstall Visual C++ Library Runtime components to solve the problem.
You can uninstall all existing Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package and install the latest Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package and check if it helps.
Step 1: To uninstall the package:
- Open programs and features, click Start > Control Panel >programs and features.
- In the list, find the Package redistributable Microsoft Visual C++ and click on it.
- Right-click on it and select Uninstall.
- Restart the computer.
Step 2: Download and install the latest package and see if it helps.
Download the relevant package depending on your system's architecture.
Hope this information is useful. If the problem still persists, please post back for further assistance, we will be happy to help you.
OT: Error 1714
By downloading an update to java, Ireceived following error message
"Error 1714, the old version of Java [tm] 6, 33 update cannot be removed.
What should I do now?
1. what operating system is installed on the computer?
2. don't you make changes to the computer before the show?
I suggest you try the steps from the following link:
Error 1714. The old version of Java cannot be removed
Can I remove old copies of Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable - 648,0' where the entry ends in 'false '.
moved to Virus & Malware
Original title: Microsoft Visual C++
What is "uninhjstall msoftware?"
It's a Windows 7 computer or...?
If you're referring to multiple instances of Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 ( 2008 or 2010) Redistributable listed in programs and features, do not delete one of them.
- Remember the first rule of computers: If it is not broke, don't fix it!
old version of Hello can not be removed contact your technical support group. Please help, thanks
To perform a "clean" iTunes installation uses this technique proposed, from Support of Apple HT1926 article.
Warning: uninstall utility for cleaning Windows mentioned in the instructions below has been removed from Microsoft download servers because sometimes it seems more removed he was supposed to (I think that this phenomenon was linked to the bureau uninstalls). You can still get utility Windows Installer Cleanup--> http://majorgeeks.com/Windows_Installer_CleanUp_Utility_d4459.html here is a free alternative Revo Uninstaller. Before using these cleaning products, you must create a restore point from the system first (or back up the registry with C:\WINDOWS\ERUNT). See http://windowsxp.mvps.org/registry.htm a complete disk image would be safer if you have this ability.
Go to control panel > Add/Remove programs
Remove these applications:
1 Apple Software Update
2. Apple Mobile Device Support
4 iPod for Windows (this may or may not exist, be it, it is not necessary, then we can remove it)
Open my computer > C: > Program Files
Delete this files (if present)
Empty your temp directory:
Open my computer > C: > Documents & Settings > username > Local Settings and delete the contents of the folder called "Temp".
If you don't see the local settings, enable hidden files:
Tools > Folder Options > view tab
Select Show Hidden Files & folder, and then click OK
Once this file is empty, restart the computer
Download & install the Windows Installer Cleanup (see caution above) utility
Launch the utility: start > programs > Windows Installer Clean Up
Select one of the applications mentioned above and click on remove
Restart the computer
Download & reinstall iTunes from here: http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
While trying to download League of Legends, I encountered this error trying to download Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable, I got this error:
Error 1935.An error occurred during the installation of assembly ' Microsoft.VC80.ATL, type = "win32", version = "8.0.50727.762", processorArchitecture, publicKeyToken = "1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b" is "x 86" '. " See Help and Support for more information.
Please help, I looked online for solutions, but I have not found anything.
You can take help of these links and check if that helps.
I have Windows XP SP3 installed on my laptop. Have tried to install Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security again with installation is not due to an error. The error code is 0, 1004, 0 x 000, which refers to Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable. Trend Micro recommendation is to remove Visual C++ via Add/Remove Programs, but when I try to do it won't allow me because "the source disk is not available. I guess the thinking is that the Visual C++ file is corrupted somehow and needs to be reinstalled, but if I can't get rid of the old, used to install a new. Help! Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Check out the link:
I can't uninstall the latest Muse, the error I get is: ERROR: the older version of Adobe Muse CC 2014 cannot be deleted. Contact your technical support group. ERROR: Install payload MSI failed with the error: 1603 - Onherstelbare doing bij Sou
Can someone please help me, I can't work on my Web site. Thank you!!
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Hey when I try to install Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable or vcredist_x86.exe he can't find the track of appdata\Local\Temp\IX000. TMP\vcredist.msi.
When I have the error upwards, and find the folder, the vcredist.msi is in the IX001 file. TMP instead, so I try to change the location of the folder, but it won't always find the track, I installed the vcredist_x64.exe without problem but I need the x 86 version of a program, I tried to install for the last 3 days.
Have searched on google and got nowhere, this is really frustrating and comes here for help.
When I close the errors I get error 1714. The old version of Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable cannot be deleted.
Take suggestions, just to keep it simple because im not computer smart.
Looks like a problem with Windows Installer.
Because the Windows Installer Cleanup utility is not supported any more try the following utility:
Dear Sir or Madam:
After I installed a new PDF converter software, I noticed that another Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Software has been added to section Add / Remove Programs of my Windows XP Home Edition with Service Pack 3 desktop computer when I was browsing all installed programs in the Add / Remove programs.
The first is Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable, version: 8.0.56336 4,61 MB.
The second is Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable, version: 8.0.61001, 5.28 MB.
Do I have to keep the two of them?
What should I do?
Please reply back soon.
Thanks for posting your query in Microsoft Community.
I understand from the information you have provided to us, you have two different versions of Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable programs installed on your computer and you want to know if both are needed.
You have two different versions of Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable package installed on your computer, the two packages are recommended by Microsoft to install on your computer.
If you face problems more when working with Windows Mail on the Microsoft Community Forum.
I have Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit, Service pack 2 installed on my machine.
I was informed by a software vendor to install the Microsoft Visual C++ (x 86) redistributable package.
However I have recently installed Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable package (x 64) installed.
I wonder if the packages can be installed on the same machine and coexist (and work correctly) without problems of conflict.
Installation of Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable package (x 86) is not in conflictwith Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable package (x 64).
Hope that helps.
I use Windows 7 Professional. I tried to install Guitar Pro 6 on my PC. This software needs Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable to run. But this facility gives following error.Error 1935. An error occurred during the installation of the assembly. "Microsoft.VC80.MFC.type = 'win32' ='8.0.50727.4053 .version ', publickeyToken =' 1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b", processorArchitecture = "x 86".After this error, Windows update is also not working.
given that every piece of software that you install using a version of this dll or package c ++, it is it corrupted or missing or maybe messed up in the registry.
Save yourself time... format and reinstall. It will cost a few hours, but save the headaches in the long run.
However, you can always go on the Technet forums and post there.
I have Windows XP and just upgraded my Zone Alarm Internet Security Suite to the new version. The parental control available in it says they are available but not installed. I click on install and a window will appear titled Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable and says the component you are trying to use is on a network unavailable resource. I need help to understand this.
I suggest that you download the latest version of the Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime manually and check to see if it helps.
How to get the Visual C++ 6.0 runtime components
If you're still having problems, then you will need to contact ZoneAlarm support for assistance.
got the download ok.
has ran across installation ok 100%
then had this error
ERROR: DW050:-Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Package (x 86): installation failed
and he said: installation failed.
See the following topics:
Exit code: 6, Exit Code: 7 Installation errors.
Where are the installation saves the files created in Microsoft Visual C++ 2005? I checked the temporary directory and couldn't find the logs for Microsoft Visual C++ 2008.
The installation files of all installed programs stored in the C:\Program Files location.
I would also recommend to post your question in the MSDN forum:
Hope the helps of information.
I am running Windows 7 (32 bit).
I believe that the source of my problem was the following: I tried to install an old TV tuner (MyGica HDTV Thriller X8000A) on my computer. I found the installation CD and ran it.
Installation has failed, but the attempt has left behind Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable (v 8.0.6100). I think that maybe this is the version XP from Visual C++ 2005, because he's screwing things upward. Now many programs and devices do not work on my computer.
I tried to uninstall, but I get the error:
The feature you are trying to use is on a network unavailable resource.
Click OK to try again or enter a different path to the folder containing the installation package 'vcredist.msi' in the box below.
(Indeed, there no such file in C:\Windows\Temp\.) It is followed by:
The installation source for this product is not available. Verify that the source exists and that you can access.
I also tried the system restore, which fails with an "unspecified" error (0x80070005).
I'm really stuck. My computer does not work right and I would hate to have to go through a system/software full reinstall to fix this.
How can I get rid of Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable (v 8.0.6100)?
The MS Visual C 8.0.6100 is installed via windows updates important update and is a win7 default install.
Try to run the System File checker sfc
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