Android Eclipse Microsoft Windows SDK Missing

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What should I need to do in order to use my Android Eclipse Application?

Because every time I opened it an error message always appears stating that Microsoft SDK missing.

I already installed Microsoft Windows SDK v6.0A in my computer but still the same error message occurred.

Answered By 574115 points N/A #152803

Android Eclipse Microsoft Windows SDK Missing


If this always happens to your program, restarting your computer would not help either. Try doing a clean installation of your application again to restore it to its default configuration and remove possible corrupted files as well. Uninstall your Android Eclipse application then check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. For a much thorough diagnostics on the system, use a disk utility application like Norton SystemWorks, or Norton Utilities. Install the program again after this and see what happens.

If this doesn’t fixes the problem, try checking the system requirements of the application with its manual. If the application is from a CD that came with your mobile phone, it should also contain the information about the system specifications of the program in the CD. Just read and understand it to determine the exact version of Microsoft Windows SDK that the application requires. Just install any missing program components after evaluating your system.

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