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Im the other guy. Sorry to barge in on this discussion. I tried to uninstall Visual C++, then reintalling Revit. Now I have both Revit and A. Design Review as failed installations. All 3 items have red Xs in front of them and the Revit and Autodesk Design Review have "failed" in front. (last time only ADV had a "failed" in front of it)
Ive attached my log-file below.
Looks to be failing on Visual C++ 2005 and 2010. You have uninstalled both?
No, I only uninstalled Visual C++ 2010 (x86). I have 21 installments of Visual C++ , up to and including -x64 Redistributable 10.0.40.219 (which looks like it was installed by SolidWorks)
I imagine that the earlier versions have been superceded by the later and are no longer necessary. Should I remove everything? (8 are -2005)
Thanks for the help.
No, if you have that many it's almost better just to modify your setup.ini file and delete the prerequisite check for those that won't install. It's a little advanced, but it works. If you can't figure it out, attach the setup.ini file and I'll see what I can do.
Yeah, I haven't got a clue on how to modify the setup.ini file. I've attached it and woudl very much appreciate your help in modifying it. Apparently I can't attach an .ini file to this post, so I jsut changed the extension to .txt.
what does "Failed Installation aborted, Result=1619" mean?
thanks so much.
I am getting the same error problem and cannot get beyond this failure.
ACAD offers no support to someone who cannot get past this issue.
Can you help.
I am not a literate computer guy, so the terms, language does not help me and all I want is someone to walk me thru it.
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