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    How can I solve the visual Studio Runtime error when it fails to install the MSN Microsoft

    Nowadays I established my licensed copy of Microsoft Windows7 Professional. When I required installing Windows exist fundamentals I got the error that Microsoft Visual Studio Runtime might not be inaugurate, so no program was installed. Then I got the error message of 0x80070003. I think that it is an runtime error because before installing this software I had never come across this error. I searched for assistance but could not discover any that assist me. I obtain to some websites but the justification there was way over my beginning telling me I must remove registry entries as well as stuff. Is there any solution for this post then please reply me on this problem.

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    Re: How can I solve the visual Studio Runtime error when it fails to install the MSN Microsoft

    I think that you must install the latest version of the messenger inside in your computer. Suppose if you donít have the driver cd for the updated version which is not compatible with the windows 7. Then you must go and try to find out the update version of the MSN through the internet. Which should be compatible with the windows 7 operating system. Since the version which you have download may be compatible with the windows vista and not the windows 7.

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    Re: How can I solve the visual Studio Runtime error when it fails to install the MSN Microsoft

    Download the most recent Windows Live Messenger edition available at the website of Glive
    Update your current operating system form Windows XP or Vista to the windows 7 by the Windows Update
    After downloading then Go to the folder as mentioned further "C:\All Programs\Windows Live" also take away "Messenger" folder form the C: drive.
    - You should go to again "C: ProgramData" (note: swap the "C" drive with your root drive correspondence) and eliminate both Windows Live Installer as wekk as the Windows Live Installer if you have some
    - then reboot your system
    - Afterwards run the downloaded file inside the C folders.
    perform , we suggest you to download the most excellent registry cleaner to solve your faults as well as the pace up your computer.

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    Re: How can I solve the visual Studio Runtime error when it fails to install the MSN Microsoft

    I think that you may not have sufficient disk space to total the install. You should have minimum 50 MB of free disk region to install Messenger. It isn't that Messenger requirements 50 MB when places on , somewhat that during the installation process Messenger decompresses files and stores them temporarily on your hard drive. So, make convinced you have abundance of extra disk space previous to installing MSN Messenger. If you need to free up some disk space, try running the Disk Cleanup Manager. To start on the Disk Cleanup Manager you should go to start and then in that go in cmd prompt and clean the disk space. and then restart the system and then install the MSN inside your computer.

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