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SAS installation requires MS Runtime Component 7

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I am trying to installed SAS 9.13, it gets stuck a request the MS Runtime Component 7 being installed
first on my system. Can anyone tell me how to fix this problem?

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Thanks, tubo12, we are working on it. For the path of the "Program Files", do you mean it must be at
C:\Program Files,  which what mine is at ? I guess that is the default path for most of Window machines.

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Honestly, I found that on a newsgroup and am not sure what they want.  It referred to a silient installation. I'm actually assuming on options #2 - 4 that you are doing an install with user interaction. Anyways here's the link:
http://wpkg.org/index.php/MS_Runtime_Components_7

Here's the excerpt:
A silent installation of SAS 9.1 needs and installation of SAS 9.1 Java and MS Runtime Components 7 first.
You might want to check your Program Files path (below it is for a German version of Windows).
There is no uninstaller.

   <package
       id="mscomponents7"
       name="Microsoft Runtime Components7 (needed by SAS9.1)"
       revision="1"
       reboot="false"
       priority="5">
       <check type="uninstall" condition="exists" path="Microsoft Runtime Components 7.0" />
       <check type="file" condition="exists" path="%PROGRAMFILES%\Gemeinsame Dateien\InstallShield\Engine\6\Intel 32\iuser.dll" />

       <install cmd="%SOFTWARE%\SAS\srw\bundles\vcredst7\setup.exe -s -f2c:\Windows\Temp\msrtc.log">

   </package>
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