Cant install visual studio 2013 update 5 after stopping installation


I was trying to install an iso file I had for vs 2013 and it got stuck while installing (waited about 2 hours) so I had to cancel the installation. Now I am trying to install it again but it keeps complaining about missing files.

I donwloaded a single install file for vs 2013, and it installed but gave the next error:

microsoft SQL server data Tools - enu (12.0.41012.0) package failed. I went and tried to install specifically sql tools and it complained I have no visual studio installed.

I have to mention I do have visual c++ 2010 installed and seems to be fully working.

If I could I would like to remove all installations of the vs I have but it won't let me remove them either.

This is the error from the log file I get for the installation of vs 2013:

[045C:1B74][2015-12-23T14:04:12]i000: MUX: ExecuteError: Package(SSDTJuneau_enu) failed: Error Message Id: 0 ErrorMessage: This application requires Microsoft Visual Studio. Install Microsoft Visual Studio and then run the installer again.

[1E54:08D0][2015-12-23T14:04:12]e000: Error 0x80070643: Failed to install MSI package. [1E54:08D0][2015-12-23T14:04:12]e000: Error 0x80070643: Failed to execute MSI package. [045C:1B74][2015-12-23T14:04:12]e000: Error 0x80070643: Failed to configure per-machine MSI package.

[045C:1B74][2015-12-23T14:04:12]i000: MUX: Installation size in bytes for package: SSDTJuneau_enu MaxAppDrive: 0 MaxSysDrive: 73728 AppDrive: 0 SysDrive: 73728

[045C:1B74][2015-12-23T14:04:12]i000: MUX: Return Code:0x80070643 Msi Messages:0 Result Detail:0 Restart:None

[045C:1B74][2015-12-23T14:04:12]i000: MUX: Set Result: Return Code=-2147023293 (0x80070643), Error Message=0, Result Detail=, Vital=False, Package Action=Install, Package Id=SSDTJuneau_enu

[045C:1B74][2015-12-23T14:04:12]w350: Applied non-vital package: SSDTJuneau_enu, encountered error: 0x80070643. Continuing...

asked on Stack Overflow Dec 23, 2015 by user2893825 • edited Apr 16, 2017 by Cœur

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