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Windows10 prevents installing VisualBasic6


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#1 Charles88

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Posted 20 July 2017 - 01:20 PM

I used to have VisualBasic 6 on my Window10 ( 64 bit  ) and I removed it.

Since then I cannot install VisualBasic 6 anymore and I wonder if something went wrong with

the removal of VisualBasic.

After inserting the VisualBasic DVD it is asking to run the set up.When I do that

nothing happens anymore.

 

Can anybody provide some hints and especially: how to make sure that every trace of

my previous VB6 is removed.

 

Thanks 

 

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#2 britechguy

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Posted 20 July 2017 - 01:55 PM

The first thing I'd try is copying the DVD content to a temporary folder somewhere on your disc drive and running the setup from there.

 

I have seen this work, and I'll never understand exactly why, but it's simple enough to try.


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