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VC++ error installation

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I have W2000 Pro in my Pc and i wanted to install the MS VC++ when i try to do this i saw a error like
this:

<<Setup was unable to create a DCOM user account in order to register 'C:\Programm Files\Microsoft Visual
Studio\Common\Tools\VS-Ent98\Vanalyzr\valec.exe'>>

And the installation wasn't complete.I didn't have that problem when i had W98 in my pc.

So the problem is from Windows or something else? I want to install VC++ and i can't. What can i do?
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first make sure you are installing as administrator.
(log in as administrator or give your account these permissions)
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Dear Hwk3

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>> for griessh i have to say that i have and other things to do ok? i was waiting the answer a long time ago ok? so don't tell me what to act?
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Is there someone to know about databases in C++ or VC++?
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Hwk3

Please don't be so angry. Your question received a comment the same day you asked it and that was 1 month ago without any feedback from you. I am here in the process to clean up the C++ area. I started with over 2000 questions of this type where experts answered and never received any feedback from the asker. I am just trying to help out the moderators of this site.

As I stated in my comment:
"You can always request to keep this question open. But remember, experts can only help you if you provide feedback to their questions."

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Does anyone know where i can find a book about C++ beginners? from the first step to ...
Title and author please.
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We used the "C++ Primer" by Stanley B. Lippman published by Addison-Westley.

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I hope this help not only for me but my friend who like C++ and VC++
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