Bungle Posted April 7, 2010 Share Posted April 7, 2010 I'm allocating an MSI of Paint.NET 3.5.4 to our network of 300+ machines (not all at once, but starting to get the ball rolling). We are starting to adopt Windows 7 and have built a few machines with Win7 on, however am finding that when Paint.NET installs on these (not installed locally, it gets the install files from a server through an automatic install) it throws the following error: Paint.NET has detected that some important installation files are missing. Repairing this requires administrator priviledges. After telling me about repairing, it then goes on to say.. The missing files are: Microsoft Visual Studio C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable On all computers, .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and the above VS2008 package are installed prior to Paint.NET. As I say, this is fully automated and not done by logging on to the computer and whilst we probably could get it to install if installing manually, this isn't the approach we want to take. This particular MSI package works fine on the Windows XP computers (even without the VS2008 package). Could anyone shed some light? Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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