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Visual Studio 6.0 Enterprise installation error

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Hi,

 

First, I installed Visual Studio 6.0 Enterprise on windows 98 se and tried to start visual c++ 6.0 and got an error, whose details is below :

 

Quote:
MSDEV caused an invalid page fault in

module SSSCC.DLL at 0177:60566ee2.

Registers:

EAX=00000000 CS=0177 EIP=60566ee2 EFLGS=00010246

EBX=60480000 SS=017f ESP=0171fbe4 EBP=0171fc14

ECX=00000000 DS=017f ESI=010f04f0 FS=2c77

EDX=8173fb88 ES=017f EDI=00000001 GS=2d4e

Bytes at CS:EIP:

8b 71 04 85 f6 57 74 23 8b 7c 24 0c 33 d2 8b c7

Stack dump:

010f04f0 6056aaa9 000003d0 60480000 00000001 010f04f0 6056a90b 010f04f0 010f04f0 0171fc24 6058cfc4 00000000 0171fc30 6057b4b9 010f04f0 010f04f0

/* Path : C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\Common\MSDev98\Bin\MSDEV.EXE */

 

Then I clean installed windows 98 se and immediately installed Visual studio 6.0 enterprise again. But I got same error.

 

Then I uninstalled whole Visual studio and installed only Visual c++ 6.0 this time I got this error :

 

Quote:
MSDEV caused an invalid page fault in

module MFC42.DLL at 0167:5f401f25.

Registers:

EAX=00550160 CS=0167 EIP=5f401f25 EFLGS=00010206

EBX=00000006 SS=016f ESP=0067edd8 EBP=0067ee70

ECX=c1464b40 DS=016f ESI=c1464b40 FS=24a7

EDX=00000001 ES=016f EDI=007be670 GS=0000

Bytes at CS:EIP:

ff 92 a8 00 00 00 5e c3 56 57 85 c9 74 1c 8b 41

Stack dump:

00000005 00000000 014500c2 0000002e 50016b2f 014500c2 5f401e84 00000000 000000c2 00000145 007be670 007be670 00550160 00000000 00030000 00023998

 

I also tried in other machines working on windows ME and windows XP professional but I got same errors.

 

I also checked CD with IsoBuster but it did not suggested any unreadable areas either.

 

Please help.

Thanks.

 

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I was gonna suggest a RAM or a conflicting prog problem but then I see you tried it on other boxes.

 

To be honest, I haven't ever had a problem such as this in all the time I have being using VB5, VB6... VS.

 

Just a thought but are you configuring something a bit different in the installation? SSSCC.DLL is a Visual Source Safe file- maybe you could try either a) doing a typical install or b)take out the VSS stuff and see what happens.

 

The final thing (and please take this as a possible, not a direct statement) is that you have either got a dodgy copy of the program or some nice person has altered the original installation and given you the results frown

 

Can you get the original discs?

 

 

 

 

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Hi BMS,

I have no idea why you application is crashing on first go on all these operating systems. It's possible that you're installing a web browser before Visual Studio in all of these instances. Did you try service pack 6a before trying to run anything. And yes I also agree bad media seems like an extremely probable situation. If you call Microsoft they'll send you a new copy of the disks for about 10 dollars. 425-882-8080 and then just ask the operator to get the media replacement department.

Cheers,

Christian Blackburn

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Hi all,

thanks for the replies I will try all probabilities, first of all it is not my personal Copy, infact all the play took place in a Educational Institution, The CD is a backup of original one, I have asked the administrator for original, I will see what's going to come next,

Any way, thanks

bye and take care.

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