Error 1935 Windows 7

What causes error 1935 in Windows 7 and how you can fix the error that appears whenever you try to install certain applications such as as.Net applications, Visual Studio, Microsoft Office or other applications that use the Windows Installer MSIAssembly. Microsoft related literature describes that this error can be caused due to several reasons such as the presence of defects registry keys. In order to fix Windows 7 error 1935 you may need to clean the registry of your system.

Although you can manually remove the invalid registry keys from your computer but it is not recommended for the basic computer users. For such users a good system software with registry cleaner cleaning feature can be very helpful.

The steps you need to do to fix the error 1935 (Windows 7):

Fix registry with some good registry fixing software that has the feature to automatically create a registry back up so that you can restore your system to an earlier stage. The registry in Windows 7 is a very important component which is the key to successfully run all computer programs.

Most of the 1935 error caused due to internal errors in the system. Besides running the registry repair scan it is also helpful to clean system junk and defrag Windows 7 registry with a reliable software.

> Remove.Net framework from your computer and then reinstall the most recent version.

> Fix Mscoree.dll: Most of this error is caused by corruption in the file Mccoree.dll. In order to fix error 1935 Windows 7 it is recommended you run the registry repair scan to fix.dll problem.

Remove the previous version of the program-making problems such as Visual Studio or Microsoft Office. Now try to reinstall the chosen program. Maybe this way the installation error will not come again.


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