About the error screen you attached, it's not from our installation. It's probably from your internet browser.
So please provide some more info about your system.
1. OS: 32bit or x64
2. temp dir (open a cmd window from start, and type "set" and it displays all the env-var value, Find the Temp and paste here)
3. VS version and edition (English or Chinese, express or pro etc.)
4. the full pkg name (.exe file name)
(btw. The image does not relate to this issue, it's likely a posting problem, so I've removed it. If you have a screen-capture of the error dialog, please attach it.)
Please try the work-around to confirm.
About the error msg dialog you attached again, it is an image from QQ website. I'm sure it's not from any installation error. so it's very strange that you see this image while our installation fails.
could you give me some more details on what you saw? how do you know the installation failed? what did you do to close the installation program?
Ok. I finally saw the error msg dialog from my fellow colleague. The error is from the IDE integraton module.
can you open c:\windows\syswow64\cmd from "start", and try "regsvr32 /?" to see if it runs? if not, the "path" is bad.
1. clean the "path" env-var so it's shorter. I'm afraid that during the installation the cmd window with newly added directories, the "c\windows" maybe pushed out.
2. try to install again
3. if does not work, could you download/install the new update 1 full pkg "w_ccompxe_2011.0.127.exe"?
At the same time I'm checking with our engineers on other possible reasons.
THe error is related to Windows installer msi. But if the msi has a problem, why other .ms files can be installed fine.
Could you try to repair your installer with the instruction herehttp://support.microsoft.com/kb/315346to see if it helps?
Posting the solution here:
I down windows installer to version 3.1 successfully,then Installed Intel c++ Composer 2011 correctly.
This issue only happens in some special cases and in such cases, downgrading the installer to 3.1 version solves the problem.