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  1. There is an easier way. The problem is the computer can't find the install package, and all you need to do is point it in the right direction. Using winrar i opened the adaware installer went to data, then microsoft visual c++ runtime 9.0 then mfilebagide.dll, then bag, then vc_x86runtime.msi extracted it to my documents and then ran vc_x86runtime.msi. it should come up with network resources not found and then gives you the option to find it yourself. click browse go to my doucuments (or wherever you saved it) and double click on vc_x86runtime.msi, then click ok and the visual c++ should install. Then run the adaware installer normally and all should be good. Hope this works for you all.