Windows Installer Issues
Can't install new software or uninstall an old program? Do you keep getting Windows installer errors every time you try to install or uninstall a program? There are many causes for a Windows installer error; it could range from corrupt system registry to missing Windows installer files. You've probably encountered these error messages: The Windows installation service could not be accessed, Windows Installer Service cannot be started or Windows Installer access is denied. Below is a just a short list of the thousands possible Windows installer error messages:
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1725 Removal failed
Error 5 Access is denied
1802 Out of memory
1606 Could not access location
2102 Invalid .ini action
1401 System error
Windows Installer Service couldn't be started
1801 The path is not valid
Microsoft Windows Installer Error 1706
Windows Installer Error 1601
Windows Installer Error 1327
1308 Source file not found
1333 CRC error
1331 CRC error
1332 CRC error
Microsoft Windows Installer Error 1719
Windows Installer Error 1722
Windows Installer Error 1719
Windows Installer Error 1635
1708 Installation operation failed
1327 Invalid Drive
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Windows Installer Technology Overview
Windows installer is a program used by the Windows operating system to install, maintain, and uninstall software applications. When they are build, all software applications are packed according to the installer they are thought to be most compatible with. These installation packages are also known as MSI files because of their extension. These installation components or MSI file extension allows the automatic generation of uninstall files. In order to install any program on your computer, you have to install Windows installer first. But you can't just install any software just because you have Windows installer on your computer. You have to check the compatibility of your operating system and the system requirements of the program that you wish to install. During software installation, it is necessary that the operating system and system requirements must be compatible. Otherwise, the software will function erratically or not at all. Installers also come in different versions, depending on the operating system architecture. The installer for Windows for XP is different from Vista and 7. Fortunately most installers support backward compatibility for recent versions. In addition to different versions for Windows, there are also alternative installers that can be used to install programs into your computer. Some versions even have the ability to automatically generate uninstall files.
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Windows Installer Errors may occur somewhere between the installing or uninstalling an application. These errors may be caused by corrupt or erratic system registry or missing Installer components. You may encounter windows installer errors when these common error messages are displayed: "Windows installer service cannot be started, Windows Installer access denied, Windows installation service could not be accessed, etc."
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