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Topic # 87226 22-Jul-2011 20:30
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Hello, I am having an error when I try and install the full version of "Vegas Movie Studio 9.0" I just bought as a download package for $50.00 or so. I get to the message that is something like "Microsoft C++ is needed to install this. Click install to install the package." and I click that, it gets to the end of that then says "Requirements do Not meet. Click EXIT to exit installation."

Please help me - I am getting a little annoyed. Thanks!

 

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  Reply # 496946 22-Jul-2011 21:19
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Thanks, It correctly installed 2008 C++, when I clicked the (x64) link. I installed the only (x32) link there of 2005 and when I ran the installation, it was only the 2005 software still needed :(

Still have the problem, but 50% of it is fixed. 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 496949 22-Jul-2011 21:26
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nzgamefreak: Thanks, It correctly installed 2008 C++, when I clicked the (x64) link. I installed the only (x32) link there of 2005 and when I ran the installation, it was only the 2005 software still needed :(

Still have the problem, but 50% of it is fixed. 


Only error now is the 2005 package. Found x64 bit of it, but, guess what... No windows 7 I can see!

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  Reply # 496986 23-Jul-2011 00:23
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Been solved, just download the x32 bit and somehow it worked...

Thanks to all who helped.
 

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