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cant install/reinstall/uninstall visual studio 2005

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by CVDpr, Nov 26, 2006.

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  1. CVDpr

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    Hey , there its there a way to install Visual Studio without Windows Xp knowing that it was installed already? I delete the foldesr Visual Studio, delete the registrys called Visual Studio with regseeker but its still the same.

    I cant uninstall its say "dont find an installation order"; and already follow the steps to uninstall and the tool to remove visual studio but still the same .

    Its there away to install it again with out asking me to add/repair/remove?
     

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    waiting...
     
  3. ~Candy~

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    Waiting for only half an hour? ;)

    What is the problem with Windows knowing that it was already installed :confused:
     
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    i cant uninstall it, and i cant install it..
     
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    hey an another question, why the hell every time i want to run some programs .exe it always appear 'Visual Studio Just-in-time debuger'?, this is anoying, and the i cant run the program..
     
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    Hey another question, i have 1 disk-drive a two partitions:
    primary c: = 50gb
    logical d: = 50gb

    if i want to format the c: and do a fresh xp install, i'm gonna loose the d: with files in it?
     
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    The files on D will be fine, however, if you've installed any programs onto the D drive, via the C drive, those will have to be reinstalled in order to run them from C:/programs.
     
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