It only provdied buttons for installation. It keeps returning the 1935 error and I have looked at the solutions here they are not sovling the problem at all. I am working on a Windows 7 x64 computer that started with an issue where Word 2007 would not open when clicking on a Word document in My Documents. If the issue persists, you can perform an-inplace upgrade other than reinstall. Lots of SxS errors in the event log. Make me shiver just thinking about making any changes in the Registry.
I have never had anything good happen when I have done that in the past. Does Microsoft have any plans to fix this problem? None of the above solved the problem. So I uninstalled and reinstalled it, trying to reinstall Office 2007 after each, but to no avail. One suggestion was to update Microsoft. Windows 10 has been out for a while and I assume I am not the only one having a problem when installing Microsoft Office because of Error 1935. It sounds like there might still be some registry keys from the previous installation of office on the server.
Any idea what the product code is? Am I missing an important file that should be there even if the Office program is not or was it just correctly uninstalled already? I did remove it from there. Click on the 'Decimal' radio button, and enter 4294967295 as the 'Decimal' value. Open a command prompt as an administrator. You may have to rename it before starting the Microsoft Office installation. That's a shame as we have all too often seen bad results with that and other registry cleaners. Not tried any other solution like registry error etc. I'm dissapointed, but not surprise about the first.
After trying many fixes I decided to just reinstall Office 2007. Or is it worth while tring office 2003?? Error Repair Application and Windows Repair tool. Fixit repair tools, including one specifically listed for fixing the 1935 error code. When I get about 80% through the installation I get an Error 1935. They all reported that the program was not available, although it clearly was still on the C drive and in the Uninstall window on the control panel. I am installing Office 2007 on a Windows 7 platform. One specifc question I have is that one suggestion on an old post seemed to indicate the need to install.
Would it help to install the. If all that fails I would then try an uninstaller like RevoUninstaller from. I currently have Office uninstalled. Do I need to install. That is the message I received after completing the scan.
I have spend 2 full days now working on this, searching the Internet, and trying the few items I found, but no no avail. I did run it as an administrator. I also tried to do an install of the. Net framework error in the first place, and this was the right location for me to come to to see help :D. If that fails, I would then use that link to repair. The only last option I have not tried is to remove and reinstall. That said, all the different pages I saw suggested the same methods.
It seems really stupid when their own software can not be used because of a stupid error in their own operating system. The second I'm considerably frustrated and upset about. It's a day's work to get it all back perhaps, but it might be the easiest method in the end. The tool also had the option of using it to troubleshoot install issues, but again it required the 38 digit code. Please, does anyone have any suggestions? There are other options to Office. I'm just hoping that this is not an issue that will repeat itself, once I do. At the same time, every time I run Windows Update now, I keep getting a message that I need to reboot the computer first before I can install any updates.
Thank you so much, honestly, this has been so much help to me fixing the error on the computer who knew a simple installation of that. Prior to this, I had several system crashes and did a repair install of Vista. By marking a post as Answered, or Helpful you help others find the answer faster. Sincerely, Michael Before reinstalling, let's try to do a Startup Repair to automatically fix the problem. I was using this machine as an application compatibility test machine for Windows 7 and our applications. I am satisfied with the suggestion andhappy that I did not have to reinstall Windows 7.
Also, I don't see Microsoft. Net Framework is up to v3. Using Computer Management to turn on Windows Installer service. Pl advise if there is anything more to be tried now. Open up the Registry again. I tried using the Mr.
What can you tell us about the crashes the system suffered? I have installed windows 7 on my new Hp 2000 2d02 note book pc. Add Remove programs says it is doesn't exist, yet it was in the list in the Windows Installer Cleanup Tool. Would it be beneficial to delete these files? Windows Module Installer returns error 126 when trying to manually start. You say you had several system crashes and you performed a repair install. In my opinion, your problem is related to Office 2007 installation, so I recommend you go to the Office installation forum to ask for helps. If I am looking at this crap correctly, that is not even installed or does not show in the Programs list. I think the instructions might have been written prior to 3.