I cannot install Dashboard 2 on my new external hard drive. During installation, I get the error message "Mocrosoft VC Redist 2010 SP1 (x64) has failed. Setup will now exit." I'm running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1. All updates are current
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this is your directx problem. the directx plugin which is required to play tekken 5 is missing or not installed in your pc. to fix this problem, you have to install latest directx or update current directx version to latest version. updating directx may take nearly 150 to 200MB.
Did you back up your data ? if so just recconect your old hard drive if you didnt format it and run windows go to my computer right click and click properties scroll down the the bottom and you should be able to see your product key jot that down and reconnect your new hard drive install windows and enter the product key.
as for the windows updates look up the error messages , you might have to copy the folder and delete the old oneas sometimes the donwload folderr gets corrupt.
Is your windows updates disabled? Is your anti virus up to date? Do you have a Malware program, updated? If you do not have MALWAREBYTES download and install :http://www.filehippo.com/download_malwarebytes_anti_malware/ Run a FULL SCAN, may take hours, depends on HDD size. Delete ALL RESULTS. I don't know your OS? Vista? win7? 32? 64? Her is a standalone windows update for both 32/64:
From another computer build a msdos floppy disc, yes floppy disc. I believe you computer accepts floppys does it not? and i also asume you are running xp, you can try running the startup disc and trying to check disc, but if you cannont procede, i would opt into downloading another copy of the windows and try installing through that method. If the disc dosent load, and you get that error message of the bat, another step will be waiting for you.
Depends on your hard drive, some computer commonly ask for a driver when you plug something in it. might as well try reading the manual of your external hard drive, if it doesn't require a driver, then the problem "might" be in your operating system and/or in your computer.