2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 13, 2012 4:17 PM by callan

    gdebugger 6.1.262-x64 install issues ?

    Quartz

      I can install / uninstall the old version just fine, but that don't work with the new drivers.

      This version, I can't even install, it says "Error 1606. Could not access network location default."

      No idea what that means.  It has nothing to do with http://support.microsoft.com/kb/886549#FixItForMeAlways though.

       

      Ideas ?

      This is on Vista 64 bit.

       

      How about a stand alone version that isn't integrated into VS2010 ?

        • Re: gdebugger 6.1.262-x64 install issues ?
          Quartz

          After some head scratching, I decided to troubleshoot this myself.

           

          I generated logs, and found this:

          MSI (s) (90:E8) [01:06:17:257]: Doing action: Set_DEVENV10PATHX86

          Action start 1:06:17: Set_DEVENV10PATHX86.

          MSI (s) (90:E8) [01:06:17:257]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Modifying DEVENV10PATHX86 property. Its current value is 'default'. Its new value: 'c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\'.

          Action ended 1:06:17: Set_DEVENV10PATHX86. Return value 1.

          MSI (s) (90:E8) [01:06:17:257]: Skipping action: Set_DEVENV10PATHX64 (condition is false)

          MSI (s) (90:E8) [01:06:17:257]: Doing action: Action1

           

           

          What I ended up doing is this:

           

          msiexec /package AMDgDEBugger-VisualStudioExtension-6.1.262-x64_signed.msi /

          LVX amd5.log DEVENV10PATHX86="c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.

          0\Common7\IDE\"

           

          That didn't work, same "default" error listed above.

          I then tried this:

          msiexec /package AMDgDEBugger-VisualStudioExtension-6.1.262-x64_signed.msi /

          LVX amd5.log DEVENV10PATHX86="c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.

          0\Common7\IDE\" DEVENV10PATHX64="c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio

          10.0\Common7\IDE\"

           

          Eureka, that finally worked!

           

          So, looks like whomever made the installer goofed... please fix for next time.