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SkyLiner last won the day on September 19 2016

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  1. Yes I was and still am
  2. Fixed Installed it on a Virtual Box Machine and coppied all of the files to my computer.
  3. So I'm gonna rephrase everything.. A few days ago now I tried to install the C++ packages for my VS2015 installation, but it wouldn't install them so I uninstalled the entirety of VS2015 and then reinstalled, but since then I've been getting tons of errors when I start the software, they are like this: I get around 10 of these Package errors before I can finally load into the software, but then when I try to either open an existing C# project it says "Unavailable" or if I try to start a new C++ project it says I have tried the following to fix these issues, and every possible combination of these: Uninstalling and reinstalling Deleting my %appdata% in both Local and Roaming for VS 14.0 Deleting Program Files (x86)\Visual Studio 14.0 Repairing the installation Uninstalling, cleaning registry, deleting everything I can find RE: Visual Studio and then reinstalling devenv /setup, devenv /clearcache, devenv /uninstall /force and then reinstalling, every command line I've found anywhere. I've been dealing with this issue for a few days and it has completely halted my development process and I'm unable to do anything with VS and it's gotten to the point where I'm extremely frustrated and not sure what to do next. As far as I can tell there are a lot of packages missing from my installation, but Repairing my installation does not fix this. Is there a way to restore the packages? "Coppied" From THIS POST which has the same error.
  4. I did do that. I tried to Repair the program with the same .exe that I used to install it. And It still appears the same that I showed before.. And it gives me this file. UpgradeLog2.htm
  5. Hello, Since the announcement of the new Visual Studio change, from 2013 to 2015, I've had pleanty of errors while trying to use Cmake, Or trying to compile. Firstly, I tried to uninstall everything I had for compiling, because of the errors, after uninstalling I searched for the folders and if they were there I deleted them, then I reinstalled everything and when I installed Visual Studio 2015 it gives me a "Package failed" or "Package error" of some sort. But it still let's me use it to compile. Then I try to compile it and it doesn't work and gives me a bunch of errors, I believe its due to the installation error, but I don't know how to fix this.. Any help?
  6. Description: "No Boost libraries were found" - Error I have the path set, and boost 1.5.9 is installed with the libraries Current behaviour: Can't use cmake Branch(es): 3.3.5 TC hash/commit: 3f9cf3f+ TDB version: 335.61 Operating system: Windows 10 64-bit Edit: Solved Directory Renamed to "lib" and it solved it.
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