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Visual Studio 2005 Installation Help Please

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by deadscenekid, Oct 20, 2007.

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  1. deadscenekid

    deadscenekid Thread Starter

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    I have been using Visual Studio since Jan. or Feb. of this year and it has worked perfectly. Back in March my motherboard was fried and I couldn't do anymore developing until I got my computer fixed which was no more than a week ago. I am using 2 HDD's and my C:\ Drive is 20GB and my D:\ Drive is 40GB. My main drive is naturally my C:\ Drive because it has my Windows Installation on it. I am now trying to reinstall Visual Studio 2005, but it will not install the actual application. I converted the IMG file from Microsoft and converted it to an ISO and I am emulating the image using Daemon Tools. The installer will open and let me go all the way to where it starts to install then gives me an error saying "Visual Studio 2005 - ENU failed to install".

    I am trying to install the application on my D:/ Drive which is my Secondary Master because for some reason it wont let me use it as a slave drive. It wont let me use anything for a slave drive come to mention it. I am installing all of my programs on my D:/ because of space. Its alot easier so far.

    Any Help?
     
  2. deadscenekid

    deadscenekid Thread Starter

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    any one? any one at all?

    I am begging for some help please!
     
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    Why are you messing with IMG and ISO files? Use the CDs.

    Did you try just installing it to the C:?
     
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