Try with dotNetInstaller
, It enables the developer to define the application
prerequisites and install the correct version(s) of these components in a
predictable order based on the processor architecture, user operating
system type and language, allow the user to download these components
from the web, install these components directly from a single packaged
setup, local media or both. dotNetInstaller is very feature rich and
runs on all known Windows operating systems with a very tiny footprint.
boostrapper doesn't replace tools like InstallShield, Wise, Visual
Studio Setup and Deployment Project or Wix. The goal is to create an
application to help users with installing the correct prerequisites.
Most real world applications need to install several components to work
properly, including Windows Service Packs, Internet Explorer, MDAC or
.NET Framework. This kind of applications are most commonly known as
bootstrappers. dotNetInstaller is such a bootstrapper.
see Launchers and Runtime Installers