xp issue i can 't install a program!

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  1. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    Hi
    today i tried to install a program BreezeBrowser Pro v1.9.5.2
    it's a browser and a program for slideshow , and convert and so on

    well the program did not want to install!

    i mean the program tried to install itself and after Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable

    during the install of Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable it tried to find a file in the temp , but i doesn't want to install it ,it stops and there is no way to let BreezeBrowser Pro v1.9.5.2 work

    i run revouninstaller and i found i have 3 Microsoft Visual C 2005 Redistributable and i can't uninstall them even with revouninstaller

    i guess some programs i installed did a mess up

    look in the screeshot

    is there a tutorial to make a clean install of Microsoft Visual C ++ 2005 ?
    i mean keys and files

    thanks
     

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    mantra Registered Member

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    how did you count 4? Other 2 are 2008 version and are different version among themselves too. So might have 2 2005 at worst
     
  5. mantra

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    yes
    but how can i uninstall them manually
    i mean folders and regkey

    and re-install one?

    thanks
     
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    uninstalling them is easy (via add remove progs) but I'm not sure if removing them will break anything. I think I have 5 different version (each higher then the other) installed on mine.
     
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    Clean it from the registry

    My computer-->Local Machine--software--Microsoft-->windows-->uninstall--

    Look for the entries here and clean everything and then try installing it again.

    You can change the parameter for no remove to 0 and it will give you the option to remove from add/remove in case if you are not getting it
     
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