Before the Design Review 2012 installer starts the installation the "install conditions" were checked. What you can do is add the required keys to the registry so that the installer thinks the runtimes were installed.
You can create a .reg file to add the necesarry entries.
Remember that the ADR installer is a 32-bit installer, so all entries are for 32-bit.
If you try to install with setup.exe you see in the log files which VC runtime fails. And if you are sure, that you have i.e. a higher VC2008 runtime installed, then you can temporarily add one of the keys to the registry.
Then this check during the installation process is TRUE
On the screen shot the right column says for which runtime the regkey is.
You can send me your install log file from the %temp% folder, than I can take a look.
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