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Posted on 2003-11-09
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In MSDN 6.0a My active subset  for Visual basic is missing.
i reinstalled MSDN complete.
Still gone.
uninstalled, deleted the directory it was installed to , and full resinstalled it again.
no give.
 it was there before, and if i install it on another pc from the same cds, its there, pls help!
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After you remove the files from the HD, try to look also in the registry

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/Visual Basic

Remove all entry starting from Visual Basic (included).

Take care not to remove anything else (otherwise you will have to reaintall the machine (that will probably solve your problem as well, but wil take longer :-) ).

Then reboot and try to reinstall.

Bye,

Max
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