Posts Tagged installation
Installing Visual Studio 2012 RC on Windows 8 Step By Step
Posted by Rajanihanth in .Net, C#, Visual Studio 2012 on October 9, 2012
I want to create a Metro style application using C# on Windows 8, I have already installed Windows 8 release preview on my laptop. You can see some screen shots here. Now I need to install the Visual Studio 2012 and I tried to install the express version and I have got this error (version conflict)! The reason is, the latest Visual Studio RTM versions won’t install on Windows 8 Release Preview. So we need to choose the correct version of Visual Studio 2012, So I have chosen the Visual Studio 2012 RC to install on my Windows 8. Okay here are the steps:
Step 1: Download the Visual studio 2012 RC and double click on setup.exe. I have selected Ultimate version.
Step 2: Installation started
Step 3: Setup requires 8.95 GB minimum, click agree and Next
Step 4: It will ask for optional features to install, I have selected all
Step 5: After clicking Install then a window will be opened. That will show the acquiring and applying process..!
Step 6: Wait for few minutes to complete these processes
Step 7: Yes, setup completed successfully and click the LAUNCH button
Step 8: After few minutes below window will ask you to choose the default environment setting and I have chosen the general development setting. Click Start Visual Studio button.
Step 9: Visual studio is loading user settings
Step 10: Yes..Visual Studio is ready to rockz..! Just click the new project and select the language, I have selected C#
Step 11: Choose the Metro Style application and continue your coding..! Okay I will try to post my first Metro Style Application next! 🙂
That’s all guys! Happy programming n metro styling..!
“Input string was not in a correct format.” while installing SQL Server 2008
Posted by Rajanihanth in SQL Server on September 22, 2012
I have re-installed Windows 7 and other applications on my laptop this morning. While installing the SQL Server 2008, I have got the following error message.
I have selected all the features including SSRS and SSIS, and the event log was showing like below.
After spending few minutes on the web, I realized the problem with my performance counters and I wanted to rebuild it on my laptop. Here is the steps to rebuild the performance counters!
Step 1: Open the command prompt (Make sure to Run As Administrator otherwise you will get an error :))
Step 2: Enter the “LODCTR /R” command and hit Enter key
You will be getting the following success message!
That’s all, try to install the SQL Server again, No problem at all!