MS Development Environment has not been installed for the current - 06-23-2004 , 05:54 AM
Whenever I launch Visual Studio .NET 2003 Professional version installed on my computer under Windows XP, I get the following error message:
"MS Development Environment has not been installed for the current
user. Please run setup to install the application."
I used the same account, and I have not beta versions of VS.NET or any Net security software installed. Also it's not a trial.
"Tian Min Huang" wrote:
Can't repair,can't reinstall, can't uninstall VS.Net 2002 profissi - 08-26-2004 , 08:33 PM
I installed VS.NET 2002 professional first, later I installed VS.NET 2003
professional on the same machine because I thought it could upgrade the 2002
version to 2003 version. But in fact it installed 2 versions separetely on
the same machine instead of upgrading the old version to new one. Just wanted
to keep my machine simple and to leave only one version in my machine, I
tried to uninstall them. The first thing I did is trying to uninstall the
older version but failed.When I tried to use the CD to repair, reinstall or
uninstall the 2002 version, it always give me the folloing message :
"Visual Studio.NET Professional-English:  ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND returned in
CRootComponent: Install; Couldnot find file:c:\windows\Installer\7cc3e.msi".
So I tried to uninstall 2003 version and Framework v1.0 using "control panel,
add\remove program" and succeeded. Then I tried to
repair/reinstall/uninstall the old 2002 version and its Framework v1.0 but
got the same message as above. I checked some websites from microsoft about
how to manullay uninstall it, but under window\Installer directory I could
not find that specified .msi file. The only .mst files I found there:
1.Microsoft FrontPage Client-English RTL x86 enu
2.Visual Studio.NET Baseline-English RTL x86 enu
3.Visual Studio.NET Baseline-English RTL x86 enu;Copyright(C) Microsoft Corpo
Anybody can kindly tell me how to clean version 2002 and the old Framework
v1.0 out of my machine. Your advice will be highly appreciated.
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