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Q: Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable error 1935

I am using Windows 7 Professional. I tried to install Guitar Pro 6 on my PC. This software needs Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable to run. But, this installation gives following error.   
Error 1935. An error occured during the installation of assembly. Microsoft.VC80.MFC.type='win32'.version='8.0.50727.4053',publickeyToken='1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b",processorArchitecture="x86".
After this error, Windows update is also not working.

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Thanks Segundo N. Campero for providing solution. My problem was solved.

Please refer to the following:

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I had the same problem installing Corel X5.

The problem was solved by starting the Trustedinstaller Service. Same programmes (as ArcGIS) during the installation inactive the service and avoid automatic restart it.

Is posible that the service Trustedinstaller do not appear in service list. So you should change the registre value to "active" in the system register.

To do this, you should:

  1. In Windows, click Start > Run...
  2. In the Run window, type 'regedit'. In the Registry Editor window, navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Control.
  3. In the 'Registry Editor' dialog box, double-click on 'RegistrySizeLimit'. This opens the 'Edit DWORD Value' dialog box.
  4. In the 'Edit DWORD Value' dialog box, enter ffffffff as the 'Hexadecimal' value. Click on the 'Decimal' radio button, and enter 4294967295 as the 'Decimal' value. Click OK.
  5. Reboot the machine.
  6. Log in as an Administrator and open a Command Prompt and run 'SFC /SCANNOW'.
(Procces was taken from: http://resources.arcgis.com/es/content/kbase?fa=articleShow&d=37477)

After the proces is completed, re-install the programme which showed you problems to install.

I hope you found solution with this comment.

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Hi sgtbluebunny,
since every piece of software you install uses some version of that dll or c++ package, it's it's either corrupted or gone or maybe messed up in registry.
Save yourself some time...format and reinstall. It will cost you a couple hours, but save head-aches in the long run.
However, you can always go over to the Technet forums and post there.
eddie b
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