Vegan Fanatic said: Statically linking everything tends to make applications much larger than needed. Something is already installed which now relies on it but I only just installed it and everything was happy before this! It trivializes the installation, and then one doesn't need to install the redistributables at all. Yes, depending on the program you are running, you could need the 64-bit one or the 32-bit one. This should give you a reference of which parameters are available. I've found posts regarding quiet and silent installation that show a full command line that should be copied, but not a reference of which parameters are available and the syntax to know all the available options and how to use them. When the Setup Property Pages dialog appears, click Prerequisites.
I ran the vcredist files, and the x86 one installed without problems, but the x64 one didn't. I was able to resolve the issue without repairing the game through Steam. I then copied the installscript. It's real freeware, no ads or bundles, available in installer or portable distribution. For other installation options, see the Installation section of ReadMe.
This files most often have description Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Setup. It just says that one or more issues caused the setup to fail. The play button just won't respond. The practical reality is that these common dependencies would likely be used by more than one application; thus by using the dynamic model, the bloat is reduced. I think that's why it won't work.
So for your argument to have any merit, the likely use of these dependencies would be that they would only be used by one application on the system, not many. Vegan Fanatic said: Statically linking everything tends to make applications much larger than needed. Thanks Vegan Fanatic said: Brian, that may be so for some cases, but its safer to install it. The same happens if I want to uninstall my program, currently it executes again the vcredist so it asks for repair or uninstall and I want it to uninstall transparently without asking the user or require to make 3 or 4 extra clicks. Yet they insist on trying to hide it. It just confuses the people who actually need help.
When the Setup Wizard starts, select: - Create a setup for a Windows application, Next - Primary Output from , and any other files you want to deploy, Next - Add any additional files if you want to deploy, if any like config files or data files , Next - Finish 3. Best Regards Why does Microsoft make this so difficult? You should see any detected dependencies appear int the Solution Explorer underneath the Setup Project. The visual studio team has switched to using the wix toolset; visual studio is installed using it. It just says that one or more issues caused the setup to fail. Many satisfied users recommends to try it. I was referred to a page that said to download the update manually right from the microsoft page, but there were 3 different updates and I am not sure which one to use.
Well, that's a matter of opinion. I did as you said about running as admin, but it still didn't work. I ran the vcredist files, and the x86 one installed without problems, but the x64 one didn't. If you know md5 ,size, sha1,sha256 or other attribute of the file which you want to review, then you can use Advanced Search in our. But i got a little Problem.
Exexcutable for the The Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package - You can spot it in different versions depending on the year of distribution 2005, 6, 7, 8,. I have updated it successfully according to my update history but the message to update will not go away. A single program instance is only going to use one or the other. A bundle is roughly like a bootstrapper. This saves bloat since otherwise, every application that needs it would need it statically linked in. The point you were arguing against is that the dynamic dependencies only need to be installed once and used by any who needs it.
I find it strange that x86 worked bot not x64. Final ratings are based on file reviews, discovered date, users occurence and antivirus scan results. That should not happen, but knowing that it can could help troubleshooting, if you install this and suddenly an older program fails. That is the installer program. I ran a procmon to find out where it was looking for the files. Originally posted by :what is your system? If you're installing it for one program needing it, then you would prefer to install the one that either came with the program, or that the program creator said to use with it.
For the older versions of Visual C++ 2010 redistributable you could either via a command-line switch or using an extraction tool such as Winrar get the msi-file from the package. I would really like to have a utility from Microsoft, that will quickly detect if the vc redistributables are installed, and if not, download from Microsoft and install them. I image I am supposed to use one of the first to downloads but I can't find any info as to how they differ and how I am supposed to know which one to put into my computer. This tool will help you keep your system under control. I find it strange that x86 worked bot not x64. On the details tab of the properties for my vcredist file: File version 11.
It just says that one or more issues caused the setup to fail. Which of these 2 i have to install? When you download the new bits for the — it comes with an. I have a Gateway computer that is running Windows 7, 64 bit. Otherwise, the installer will automatically install just the dlls you need instead of the entire package. For example, you get autodetection if the component is placed on the machine already! Brian isn't exactly a young man. If not, give this a try in your solution or in some test solution you have: 1.