i was installing the 3ds max 2011 but it failed nothing got installed neither the back burner and not even the visual c++ stuff
and every time it shows the same thing . i am running windows xp service pack 3
plzz someone help me
i am also giving the log -
2011/7/1:15:02:37StudentPC=== Setup started on PC by Student ===2011/7/1:15:03:13StudentPC=== Setup ended ===
2011/7/1:15:02:52StudentPC=== Setup started on PC by Student ===2011/7/1:15:14:23StudentPCInstallMicrosoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable (x86)FailedFailure is ignored, Result=16032011/7/1:15:14:47StudentPCInstallDirect
2011/7/1:15:44:14StudentPC=== Setup started on PC by Student ===2011/7/1:15:44:39StudentPC=== Setup ended ===
2011/7/1:15:44:24StudentPC=== Setup started on PC by Student ===2011/7/1:15:47:09StudentPCInstallMicrosoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable (x86)FailedFailure is ignored, Result=16032011/7/1:15:47:19StudentPCInstallDirect
2011/7/1:15:52:31StudentPC=== Setup started on PC by Student ===2011/7/1:15:52:50StudentPC=== Setup ended ===
2011/7/1:15:52:36StudentPC=== Setup started on PC by Student ===2011/7/1:15:54:52StudentPCInstallMicrosoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable (x86)FailedFailure is ignored, Result=16032011/7/1:15:55:02StudentPCInstallDirect
so can i remove the all the versions of visual c++ installed and then run the 3ds max installer ???
will it work and not affect other applications?
Yes you might have some other applications which are dependant VC++ runtime, this is the Microsoft component which shared by many applications.
VC++ runtime would installed when you run the 3ds max installer, if you want you can do this manually too(to fix the error only with VC++ installer)
but i have many of vc++ installed shall i remove all of them? this is the list-
Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable
Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable x86 9.0.30729.17
Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable x86 9.0.30729.14148
Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 x86 Redistributable 9.0.30729.30319
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