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I'm trying to create a setup project for my solution. I keep on getting this error in my task bar:

C:\My Stuff\Development\Projects\VB.net\xxxApps\Setup1\Setup1.vdproj Could not find file 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003\Common7\Tools\Deployment\.\MsiRedist\1033\MsiLoadr.Bin' 'Interface not registered'

I tried this with a couple of projects - samething
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I had to do a repair of the framework
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