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Installation Problem of Visual Studio 6.0

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Hi, I have installed part of components of Visual studio 6.0 before.
When I tried to remove it, I got the error "Object 1502 Your setup files maybe damaged, Try restarting the setup program from where you original ran it"
If I want to install it, at last, we got the erroe "Failed to register C:\Program files\Common files\designer\MSADDNDR.dll"

Now, I can not remove or update Visual Studio, could you help me to fix that?

thanks a lot.
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