Check this link, I hope you can solve the problem. I'd really not want to clean install Windows as it would take me a significant amount of time. I would suggest, if checking for a minimum that 2015 is installed, just checking the key and that the Major version is 14. I'll write a bug report there, maybe someone there knows how to finally get 14. So it's just saying uninstalled but in fact it didn't do anything even after reboot.
I did the repair process, but since I installed Visual Studio after the Visual C++ 14. Data -------- --------- --------- Major 14 14 Minor 0 13 Bld 23026 26020 Note that the Minor and build Bld numbers of 2017 continue to change as new patches are updated. I downloaded it again, just in case. If checking for 2017, with the intention of doing an upgrade if it's not in existence, then just check the Bld number, and if it's not at least the version that can be installed, then go ahead and install the current 2017 version. Deleted the old exe manually to avoid confusion. This system was clean installed in March 2018, so it's pretty fresh. I got to accept that something broke totally.
Note that future updates the the Minor and Bld version are probable -- I've got another computer where v14. Registry Values of use: Value 2015 2017 Name Val. All trademarks used are properties of their respective owners. These components are required to run C++ applications that are developed using Visual Studio 2015 Update 3 and link dynamically to Visual C++ libraries. Microsoft Visual C++ 2017, 2015 Redistributable Package 32 bit or 64 bit fail solution. It might be worth considering installing both these packages though, since there a fair share of apps which require specific components for both architecture types. If I use the exe to uninstall the broken 14.
Updated Nvidia Graphics Card driver, just in case. The installation of my Visual C++ 2017 x64 14. Logged in as Administrator too. When reinstalling Windows, it's recommended to always install all the various C++ runtimes, which is why this all-in-one pack was created. Sad that it's so hard to uninstall Visual C++. Standard Disclaimer: There are links to non-Microsoft websites. Both 32-bit and 64-bit are supported.
How I found out about the problem: The Unreal Engine 4. It's possible to check whether 2015 or 2017 are installed by checking the registry keys described below. Thoroughly research any product advertised on the sites before you decide to download and install it. Uninstalled latest Windows10 updates and downloaded them again. After me trying around a bit more I even bugged out the 14. This is for a x64 system, have a look without the Wow6432Node for a 32-bit system. Tried most of the above again, with disabled Avast Antivirus and in safe mode.
The older version, , is listed separately. The files included are the English language version. Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations. Checked update history, all successfully installed, no new updates pending. The pages appear to be providing accurate, safe information. The Unreal Engine installer tries to install 14. Ensure full C++ app compatibility with the help of these redistributable packages From the average user's standpoint this is all somewhat irrelevant.
Anyways, that step sadly didn't help. Note:This is the 2017 version of the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package. What is relevant, however, is how much space do these packages require and how easy it is to deploy them on your computer. Microsoft Visual C++ 2015, 2017 Redistributable installs run-time components of Visual C++ libraries. This archive contains the latest version Oct 2018 of all Visual Studio C++ runtimes, installable with a single click by running the included batch file installer.
. Thanks, but this didn't fix it. All files are digitally signed by Microsoft, which guarantees they are unaltered. With Microsoft changing the pattern of registry entries in its latest versions, how do i detect if Visual C++ 2017 Redistributable is installed on a machine? Basically, Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package 2017 or Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2017 as its listed on Microsoft's website is required to run applications developed with the corresponding Visual C++ 2017. I only installed it in the hope it would fix Visual C++, which it didn't.
So I need to get right of 14. Fortunately, there are no bad things to report here. I appreciate your afford to help me. This step shows how to uninstall Visual Studio. Supported Operating System:- Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows 8, Windows 8. I can use the installer only to uninstall again and again.