Author Anish Patel
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Date 2016-10-31.09:41:11
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Originally created issue: https://github.com/pypa/pip/issues/4033#issuecomment-256865622

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I had already Python 3 installed with the environment variable PYTHONHOME=C:\Program Files\Python35. I attempted to install Python 2, but received this issue (although I was installing python 2 after having installed 3):

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/23349957/solving-install-issues-with-python-3-4-on-windows

After multiple attempts, I was able to successfully install Python 2 by doing either of following:

* Removing the pip feature from Python 2 installation
* Removing my PYTHONHOME environment variable and running a complete Python 2 installation

Although I resolved my issue, I would like to file this as a bug if it hasn't been filed already.
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