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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Office 2010 Error 1935

Error 1935 may occur while installing Microsoft Office 2010. This article will walk you through all the steps required to fix this problem.

Solution:

1. Close All Instances of Microsoft Office
2. Repair Congested Registry Entries
3. Restart the Computer
4. Repair Microsoft.NET Framework 2 Installation
5. Reinstall Windows Installer
6. Disable Antivirus Software
7. Disable Firewall Protection
8. Uninstall Earlier Versions of Microsoft Office

Close All Instances of Microsoft Office

Office 2010 error 1935 may occur if you are running other instances of Microsoft Office system. For example, Microsoft Word 2010 is open at the time you run setup for installing Microsoft Access 2010.

Before running the setup, make sure that all instances of Microsoft Office system are closed. The setup cannot perform a task and modify the shared files if they are already in use. Hence make sure that all elements such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel etc are closed.

Repair Congested Registry Entries

Microsoft Office 2010 setup stores its configurations and past records in the system registry. Unauthorized modification in these registry keys by other programs generates runtime problems and errors.

In many cases I had seen, congested and obsolete registry entries were responsible for Office 2010 error 1935. Hence, fix the registry first before trying to run the setup.

Restart the Computer

Microsoft Office 2010 setup deals with various shared system files. A Non-Microsoft program using such shared file which the setup requires to modify, upgrade or delete at the time of installation may display Office 2010 error 1935.

Restarting the computer may solve the problem. Make sure that very few programs are running at the system startup for reducing the possibility of using shared files by other programs. To do so, click Start | Run, type MsConfig, press ENTER and disable most startup programs and services. Then, restart your computer.

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