Office Error Code 30100-## and up - Part 4 of 3

Pet Project:

https://aka.ms/Su0afc    This is a link to the MS Feedback Hub. 

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I learned that the 8 character error codes are actually built up from 2 x 4 character "words", ie:

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.  *  "0x8007" means: "Windows Update".
.  *  "0x05B4" means: "This operation returned because the timeout period expired."
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The specific feedback is asking MS for access to the dictionary defining these code words. 

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If we had access to it we could break down the error codes to at least get a high level idea of the problem. That way, when we can't find any other documentation for the error code (as is the situation for most error codes) we can apply general fixes to the identified problem

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PLEASE go to the feedback and VOTE for it: https://aka.ms/Su0afc
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Technical Level : Intermediate
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Summary
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Part of the design of the “new and improved” <heavy sarcasm> Office 365/2013 is that to be more “user friendly”.  I do understand the effort since most users are not technically inclined (no surprise) so they don’t want to deal with technical issues (I just am not totally in support of the way MS did it).  MS took a few approaches to this “user friendliness”:

1 - the “Click-to-Run” (CTR) “virtual computer” installation

2 - new Code 0-# and Code 300##-## / "Something Went Wrong ..." error messages

3 - almost completely eliminating access to the local install version Office 2013

Unfortunately, MS did not bother to make available documentation for many of these new error codes.  So, for now at least, all we can do is collect answers from the forum identifying things that have worked for others. Some of the fixes are just “voodoo”, they are not really a fix, but coincidentally trigger the real fix in the background.

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Error Code 0-# to 999-# - part 1 of 3

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/wiki/office_365hp-office_install/office-36520132016-code-0-to-32-part-1-of-3/3e90f480-1b9d-4ead-91c7-f2284c5d2ed3

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Error Code 1000-# to 29999-# Part 2 of 3

https://1drv.ms/w/s!Am8lVyUzjKfpnyXHQIaRtPOQV4GU?e=M3RLRI

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Error Code 30000-0 to 30099-#  - Part 3 of 4

https://1drv.ms/w/s!Am8lVyUzjKfpnyXHQIaRtPOQV4GU?e=M3RLRI 

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Error Code 30100-# and up - Part 4 of 3

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/wiki/officeversion_other-office_install/office-error-code-30100-and-up-part-4-of-3/7c55cb77-ba55-4b4d-9b59-a4af1771c1fb?tm=1455410776982

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What do the OneDrive error codes mean?

https://support.office.com/en-us/article/what-do-the-onedrive-error-codes-mean-f7a68338-e540-4ebf-ad5d-56c5633acded

Code 1, Code 2, Code 6, 8001007, 8004de40, 8004de85, 8004de8a, 8004def0, 8004def7, 8004de90, 8007005, Upload Blocked, "The File or Folder already exists on OneDrive"

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Windows Update Error Codes 8007#### - Part 5

https://1drv.ms/w/s!Am8lVyUzjKfpnyRQQuQeKHGymcbh

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“Network Connection” / "Network Related" fixes collected all in one place

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/wiki/office_365hp-office_install/office-365-install-network-related-problems-and/4d7f4eb0-5e91-4563-ace2-825ee64e0b9a

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Details

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System Error Codes - 10,000 Error Codes 0 thru 15,999

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms681381%28v=vs.85%29.aspxThis MS page has links to very simple text translations of these WINDOWS error codes, but no specific help. Basically useless, but it MAY help you understand the error.

<snip>

Note  

The information on this page is intended to be used by programmers so that the software they write can better deal with errors. If you are an end-user that is experiencing difficulty with an application you are installing or running, contact customer support for the software that is displaying the error message. To obtain support for a Microsoft product, go to http://support.microsoft.com.

The System Error Codes are very broad. Each one can occur in one of many hundreds of locations in the system. Consequently the descriptions of these codes cannot be very specific. Use of these codes requires some amount of investigation and analysis. You need to note both the programmatic and the run-time context in which these errors occur. Because these codes are defined in WinError.h for anyone to use, sometimes the codes are returned by non-system software. Sometimes the code is returned by a function deep in the stack and far removed from your code that is handling the error.

</snip>

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MS-ERREF.PDF

You can download a file, Windows Error Codes called [MS-ERREF].PDF from this link:

http://download.microsoft.com/download/9/5/E/95EF66AF-9026-4BB0-A41D-A4F81802D92C/%5BMS-ERREF%5D.pdf

 It contains error codes and descriptions. No fixes, but the description may lead to an idea.

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Last updated July 14, 2016, 498 pages.

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Troubleshoot installing Office 365, Office 2016, and Office 2013

https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Troubleshoot-installing-Office-365-Office-2016-and-Office-2013-35ff2def-e0b2-4dac-9784-4cf212c1f6c2?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US#bkmk_activatenewpc

MS created this page with a large collection trouble shooting tips. This page is definitely worth your time to check out.

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The page is split into 3 tabs: Office for Home, Office for Business and Office 365 Admin. Each tab contains fixes specific to that type of installation.

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FINALLY! Some Official documentation

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Finally (at the end of April 2017) I have seen links to “Official” MS documentation for some of the new error codes, there is probably more that I have not yet seen.

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code 30102-11, 30102-13, 30103-11, or 30103-13

Code 30145-4

Code 30169-22

Code 30174-4

Code 30174-4, 30125-4, 30038-4, or 30125-1011 when installing Office

code 30183-4 when installing Office with a Speedport router

code 8004FC12

Code 8a010101 when you try to activate Office for Mac 2011

code C004C060

"Unlicensed Product" error or other activation problems when you use Office 365 ProPlus

“Long” Install Instructions for Office on your PC or Mac with Office 365 for business

“Office (64-bit) couldn’t be installed” error

“The procedure entry point K32GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNERL32.dll.” error when installing an Office 2013 suite

Download is slow

General troubleshooting for installing Office 2013 and Office 365

It looks like you don't have Office yet

Office setup hangs at some percentage  -  https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2813190

Other download, install, or setup errors when installing Office - “Short” Install Instructions for Office 365 Home / Personal / University and Office 2013

Procedure entry point error when installing an Office 2013 suite

Stop the print spooler service while installing Office

Unlicensed Product" errors

We're also upgrading some older apps

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When you get an error, we Need the FULL and EXACT Error message text and error code (if there is one) as Diagnostic Clues

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First rule of asking questions, you have to provide enough information about what you are doing so we can try to recreate the problem. If there is an error code generated, we need to see that too.
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Describe the exact steps you take to create the error (so we can try to recreate it) and the resulting error. In theory that is obvious, but apparently you didn’t give us enough information to provide a good answer ... <sigh>
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We search various sources for the error message you give us to find possible solutions. So we need texact error message text, we can’t find paraphrased error messages.

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Trick to capture text of error messages

http://ask-leo.com/can_i_avoid_retyping_error_messages_when_i_need_to_report_them.html
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This link describes a shortcut to capture the FULL and EXACT error message text in a message box. As of Win 2000, <CTL><C> captures error text from most(some?) dialog boxes. Report it back here by pasting the text into a reply, or typing the full message if you can’t copy it.
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How to Take Screenshots with the Snipping Tool in Win7 / 8 / 8.1

http://www.7tutorials.com/how-use-snipping-tool

By Ciprian Adrian Rusen on 11/12/2013
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Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 offer an easy to use tool for taking more complex screenshots, named the Snipping Tool. … how to take screenshots with it, how to save, edit or email a screenshot, how to use the available markup tools and how to change the settings of the Snipping Tool.
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Posting Images / screen captures to Answers: see this wiki
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http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/feedback/wiki/feedback_other-na/how-to-embed-images-on-microsoft-community/f74dac61-38d6-492e-8e71-286ab2645b2a

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Max image width 625px
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The Wiki is written for Wiki Authors, but applies to all replies on the forum
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http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/feedback/forum/feedback_other-na/how-to-embed-images-on-microsoft-community/a7ccddd9-ffff-4114-a0ad-c004e4a72a8a
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The site owners have listened and made the process of posting images easier (but not easiest, yet).  The link above details the process. 
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The replies are HTML files, you cannot paste images directly into them like a Word DOC(X) file. Instead you have to provide, in one form or another, a HTML link to a picture file that is available on the internet.
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In short form, the image must be in PNG, JPG, GIF, and BMP format.  Use the “Add Image” button that is on the same line as the “Bold”, “Italic”, “Underline” feature buttons.
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So, you will first have to save screen captures to a file on your HD or the internet, ie skydrive, before you can insert them in the discussion using the “Add Image” button.
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NOTE: I would like to get screen captures of all of the error messages but I don't have 365 so I fortunately don't get to experience the joy of these errors.
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NOTE: One "fix" you can apply to all of these problems. 
If you are using a browser other than MS Internet Explorer, try repeating the process (ie Windows update or Office Install) using IE.  A couple of people have noticed that this alone is enough to fix some problems.
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MS General Troubleshooting Page for Office 2013/365
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2822317 
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This page starts with recommendation to uninstall using their "Fix It" tool and re-install you copy of Office.  If that doesn't work, it includes instructions for several specific conditions:
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Temporarily disable your antivirus and firewall

Try updating your router firmware

Use Disk Cleanup to delete temporary files and temporary internet files

Reset Internet Explorer settings

Stop the print spooler

Remove older versions of Office (Personally I <Rohn007> don't agree with this one ... )

Start Internet Explorer without add-ons

Run system file checker: sfc /scannow

Turn off hardware acceleration

Reset the Task Scheduler

Try a hardwired connection

Create a new Windows Admin profile (Windows 7 only)

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If the above techniques don't work, you could try booting into Windows Safe Mode (where all "startup" programs and 3rd party Windows Services are NOT started) and doing the install.
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http://support.microsoft.com/    Start Windows Vista - Win 8.1 in Safe Mode
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Note:after the install is complete, make sure to restart Windows in normal mode

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General Instructions for "Something Went Wrong" message when Using or Installing Office 2013/365
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  • if this is not the first time you are installing the 365 product on the same computer, you may go to your Office MyAccount and deactivate your currently installed computer through http://office.microsoft.com/myaccount

    click the Install Office and allow the Setup file to be downloaded

    execute the Office Setup file and don't interrupt the installation, do not disconnect your internet or else you'll be starting back from Step 1

    depending on how fast your internet connection is, your Office 2013 should be installing in no time

    </snip>
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    Usually this problem occurs when the officeclicktorun.exe is "jammed" or your system has already a "click to run" installed. It simply means a
    corrupted installation. This solution works 90% of the time.

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    Step 1.

  • open task manager launch Run by holding the Windows key from your keyboard and press R.

    on the Run textbox, type in "taskmgr". Without the quotes.

    go to Process tab (Windows 7, Vista and 8) and Details tab for (Windows 8, 8.1)

    click the button "Show processes from all users" if you can't find officeclicktorun.exe or integratedoffice.exe

    find and click officeclicktorun.exe and hit the button End Process, make sure it disappears on the list before you proceed, press the End Process several times to make sure it disappears.

    do the same for integratedoffice.exe

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  • Step 2.

  • navigate to your Registry Editor, to open the Registry Editor, hold the Windows Key from your keyboard and press R, on the run textbox, type in "regedit". Without the quotes.

    delete the 15.0 (folder icon) Key from "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\

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    Step 3

  • go to http://support.microsoft.com/, download the Fixit tool and Run it.

    execute the fixit tool and allow to continue and wait for the result, a successful result should tell you "Office click to run has been installed

    Fixed (green check)"

    close the Fixit tool

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    Step 4

    re-install

  • Code 30102-4

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  • Code 30102-11

  • Something Went wrong. Sorry we ran into a problem.
    Go online for additional help.
    Error Code 30102-11.”

    Repair and or Re-install

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  • <snip>DELETE YOUR WINDOWS TEMP FOLDER, it worked for me </snip>

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    Code 30102-13

  • Install office error


  • try booting the computer several times in a row, then try to install again.
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  • Run an ‘Online Repair’ of Office as mentioned in the link below:

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2827031/en-us

    If you get an error during the repair, and you are running Office 365, kill the "Office clic to run" process, and then try the repair again ...

    Try killing all office processes you could find before repairing.

    If repair does not help then follow the steps provided under the section ‘Is your problem solved?’ in the above link.

    If that does not help, follow the general troubleshooting steps from the link below:
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2822317

    Finally, try uninstall and re-instal


  • Code 30125-4

  • Office 365 Install “Something went wrong”

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  • https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026751/office-error-code-30125-4-when-installing-office

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  • https://support.office.com/en-us/article/error-code-30125-4-or-30125-1011-when-installing-office-7bfabec6-76be-4cde-880e-819a9c569612

  • http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2013_release-office_install/error-message-something-went-wrong-sorry-we-ran/4e761941-34a3-4088-9634-ec1078ae91b6

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2013_release-office_install/error-30125-4/91e46850-7151-4072-86de-908b661e16f7?page=1

    For one person turning off a firewall worked

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    I had the same issue and it appeared to be a proxy setup: proxy specification for Internet Options is not enough. Please, try from cmd:

       netsh winhttp set proxy <Address of proxy server>


  • Code 30125-27 (404)

    Office 365 Update “Something went wrong”

    We've already tried following without result:

    In an Office application (i.e. Word: File / Account > Office updates > Update now

    Then we get the above message.

    New error - no further info. Try the generic "“Network Connection” / "Network Related" fixes collected all in one place" link at top of article.

  • I googled and found other potential fixes that I'm not allowed to link to ... It addresses a couple of network issues. 

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  • Code 30143-37

  • System reboot necessary


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    1. <snip>

      Delete or rename the \Program Files\Microsoft Office 15 folder

    2. Restart the Computer

    3. Try the install again

      </snip>

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  • <snip>

  • It has helped to delete the extra languages packs (program files). So you have not only delete the old Office but also the extra language packs before installing the new Office product.

  • </snip>

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  • Code 30145-4

  • “Something went wrong.
    Sorry, we ran into a problem.
    Go online for additional help.”

  • or (?)
    Problem Occurred during Installation
    Something Went Wrong
    Go Online to Resolve the Problem

  • http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/support/error-code-30145-4-when-installing-office-HA104250420.aspx?CTT=5&origin=HA102822111

    The “Official” fixes are:

    ·     Run an Online Repair of Office

    ·     Run the Office 2013 uninstall Fix it

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    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2827031

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  • Code 30145-13

    Another "new" code, no information at all about it.

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    Code 30145-16

  • while attempting to download office home & student 2013

  • Network Error

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    This error code 30145-16 might occur when there is a DNS networking issue in your computer.

    Solution for Error Code 30145-16: We will need to change the network settings and then try to download office 2013 Home & Student edition. If the error code 30145-16 occurs after the program is already installed on your computer, please follow the below steps:-

    The basic troubleshooting for error code 30145-16 is to repair the office program, if it fails we need to uninstall and re-install the program.

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    Code 30145-27

    Something went wrong
    We're sorry, we ran into a problem while looking for updates.  Please check your network connection and try again.

  • Go online for additional help.
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  • see: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2013_release-office_install/error-30145-27-error-during-the-installation/9e2653f4-fe20-470f-a48a-555092107db8

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  • 30143-37

    System reboot necessary

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  • Delete or rename the \Program Files\Microsoft Office 15 folder then try again..

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  • Code 30169-22

  • “Something went wrong.
    Sorry, we ran into a problem.
    Go online for additional help.”

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    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/support/error-code-30169-22-when-installing-office-HA104250230.aspx?CTT=5&origin=HA102822111

    The “Official” fixes are:

    ·     Use taskmanager to stop OfficeClickToRun.exe

    ·     Uninstall and Re-install

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    This could be caused if an Office Installation process is running in the background, and you start another installation.

    • First try restarting (aka “booting”) your computer NORMALLY, ie: Click Close to close the error message.

    • Right-click on the Windows icon and click Shut down or sign out

      Click Restart

    If that doesn’t work, refer to this article, “"Office can't do that right now because your product is busy with another task" error when installing Office 2013 or Office 365” : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2809219/en-us

    If the issue persists after restarting your computer, use the troubleshooting steps in this article “Why can’t I start my Office 2013 application?” : http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/support/why-cant-i-start-my-office-2013-application-HA104011864.aspx

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    Uninstall and Re-isntall has worked for some people.

    First try a “normal” uninstall from the control panel, followed by re-install.
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    If that doesn’t fix the problem, then use Method 1 or Method 3 from KB 2739501 to do a more thorough uninstall

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    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2739501 (Manual steps for uninstalling Office 2013 or Office 365)

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    Code 30174-4

  • Something Went Wrong.
    Sorry, We Ran into a Problem.
    Go Online for Additional Help.

    Well, that is a classically USELESS error message.  It does not describe the cause or provide a specific trouble shooting link.  Going online is pretty useless since MS has not yet bothered publishing documentation for this error code!

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  • Troubleshoot Office from Office 365 installation and activation issues

  • This article discusses how to troubleshoot the following issues in Microsoft Office from Office 365:

    Activation fails and you receive one the following error messages:

    "We are unable to connect right now. Please check your network and try again later."

    "Sorry, we can’t connect to your account. Please try again later."

    The installation fails and you receive the following error message:

    "Something went wrong Error Code: 30174-4"

    Read the link for the trouble shooting process.

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    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/support/error-code-30174-4-when-installing-office-HA104250348.aspx?CTT=5&origin=HA102822111

    The “Official” fixes are:

    ·     ShowTemporarily turn off the antivirus

    ·     ShowTemporarily turn off the firewall

    ·     ShowTemporarily turn off proxy settings

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    <snip>

    It could be your antivirus, malware software, or firewall interfering. You will need to temporarily disable them, and then try installing again. Follow these steps:


    < snip>

    If you receive this error:

    It could be your antivirus, malware software, or firewall interfering. You will need to temporarily disable them, and then try installing again. Follow these steps:

    For Windows 8 or 8.1

    Right-click on the Windows      icon.

    Click on Control Panel.

    Click System and Security.

    Under Action Center, click Review your computer’s status and resolve issues.

    Click the arrow button next to Security.

    If windows can detect your antivirus software, it’s listed under Virus protection. Check the Help information that came with your antivirus software for instructions on disabling it.

    For Windows 7

    Open Action Center by clicking the Start button.

    Click Control Panel.

    Under System and Security, click Review your computer’s status.

    Click the arrow button next to Security.

    If windows can detect your antivirus software, it’s listed under Virus protection. Check the Help information that came with your antivirus software for instructions on disabling it.

    For business versions of Office 2013:

  • Please check your proxy and firewall settings.

    </snip>


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    < snip>

    I ran into same problem and in our case the problem was related to
    proxy. We put the PC to "guest" network with no proxy and it worked.

    Hope it helps.
    jennsen

    </snip>

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    Try using this general trouble shooting page for “something went wrong” messages: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2827031

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    <snip>

  • This is what worked for me. I used the Microsoft Fix-It program and it cleaned out old MS Office files preventing me from reinstalling. 

  • </snip>

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    If that does not work, try this general trouble shooting tip for Office 2013 installation problems: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2822317

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    <snip>

    I have worked with Microsoft support on this error before. In my case, the problem is that my university's network architecture uses a hidden proxy server to scrub/filter the connection. Both times Microsoft was unable to fix the problem directly. They had a work around where, in last-ditch cases, they just manually install Office without Click-to-Run.

    Anyway, yes, this is a network architecture problem. Trying to install from a different location might help.


    < /snip>

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    <snip>

    I think my problem may have been similar to yours, Chris... I was installing Office at work, which I'm on a domain for... Its quite possible that the ip was being rerouted via several external ports from the network, or something like that, because as soon as I got home, re-ran the fixit, and tried reinstalling (Access, at least), it appears to be working. Fingers crossed that this will work on Office 2013 as well, or else I'm still in trouble...

    </snip>

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    <snip>

    I ran into same problem and in our case the problem was related to
    proxy. We put the PC to "guest" network with no proxy and it worked.

    Hope it helps.
    jennsen

    </snip>

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    <snip>

    Same problem, error code 30174-4.

    Had Office 365 running fine for a week or so. Today did a reset of Windows 8 and now Office refuses to install when I download the install file from the main webpage. I have absolutely nothing else installed on the laptop as it has just been reset, so no idea what could be causing this problem.
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    < /snip>
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    <snip>
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    I was having the same problem, error code 30174-4 on running Click to Run installation. 

  • Upon further investigation, I found that I had two simultaneous network connections that routed to the internet. One was a WiFi connection linked to a particular subnet, and the other was a wired ethernet connection linked to a different subnet. Both connections were capable of reaching the internet, although both would have had different public facing IP addresses.

  • My best guess is that the streaming requires a consistent connection to one IP address, but the client is load balancing or shifting the connection between the two routes.

  • When I disconnected the wired connection, and kept only the WiFi connection - the problem was resolved.

    For those people experiencing the same issue - check to see if you have a wireless and wired connection, or an active VPN or similar.
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    < snip>

    I finally got mine to work by switching to WiFi instead of the LAN.  Something about the way the proxy is set up.

    </snip>

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  • It seems to be working! What did I do differently?

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    I think that it was that I turned off a couple of processes (which would have resulted
    in the turning off of some services) particularly perhaps the first of these
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  • 1) Start Menu X
    Every time Microsoft forces me to upgrade windows (resulting in a earning curve,
    and third party software obsolescence - gosh I hate Microsoft) I do my best to
    make the latest carp look like Windows 2000 / XP, with a start button, no annoying
    tiles or semi-hidden program files. Start Menu X makes Windows 7 look like Windows XP.
    It may be sniffing windows in way that the installer did not like.
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  • 2) Google Desktop
    Gosh I love google desktop and install it whenever I can even though it is discontinued.
    Windows is meant to include some sort of fast-search indexing system but it never came

    close to the speed and ease of use of Google desktop. Google desktop likewise sniffs what is going on in the system so as to build the search index. Maybe the installer
    did not like that.

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    3) Clipex
    A clipboard enhancement that remembers the past few clipboard contents. That likewise
    sniffs but I can't imaging it was the cause of my problems.

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    4) Adobe auto update. Likewise.

    That is all I did differently.

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  • My solution was drastic but effective - I ended up installing a new 3.5inch internal drive, formatting it then installing Windows 7 Ultimate. At this point the Office 2013 download installed perfectly! It does seem to be the case that you MUST get rid of ANY traces of old Office software BEFORE attempting to install Office 2013.

    Can someone please please tell me how to resolve this, I have tried so many different solutions and none of the have worked except completely formatting me computer to factory settings then it works for a little while then dies again!

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  • Code 30174-4 (1392)

  • “Something went wrong.

  • Sorry, we ran into a problem. Go

  • online for additional help.”
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  • Causes for the Office install error code 30174-4 (1392)

    1. Your security software or your firewall might be blocking the Office installation.

    2. Proxy settings are enabled on your computer.

    3. Pre-existing version of an Office Suite.

    4. Incomplete\partial\failed repair\installation\change\removal of the Office Suite.

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    Fixing 30174-4 (1392) Office error code

    Turn OFF Security software and Firewall:

    • First, temporarily turn off the antivirus and firewall security.

    • Then, install the Office 2013 or Office 365 Suite.

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    This involves renaming five registry keys:

    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FolderDescriptions\{A990AE9F-A03B-4E80-94BC-9912D7504104}\

    .

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2013_release-office_install/error-code-30175-4-occurs-while-installing-office/88de6fbb-1a56-48e2-8b22-ee3ffeef65a2

    .

    A couple of people reported that the problem was resolved by renaming these registry keys:

    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FolderDescriptions\{2112AB0A-C86A-4FFE-A368-0DE96E47012E}\

    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FolderDescriptions\{491E922F-5643-4AF4-A7EB-4E7A138D8174}\

    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FolderDescriptions\{7B0DB17D-9CD2-4A93-9733-46CC89022E7C}\

    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FolderDescriptions\{A302545D-DEFF-464B-ABE8-61C8648D939B}\

    .
  • Code 30175-4

  • Step 1:  Restart the Computer in Clean boot which would disable the Computer Firewall. Then try to install Office suite.

  • .

    Step 2: Ensure there is no proxy server enabled in the system. Also change the network connection by changing from wired to wireless internet connection  and verify the status.

  • .

    Step 3.  Reinstall MS Office (in Clean Boot)

  • .

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2013_release-office_install/30175-4-when-installing/034bf3b0-8286-4241-9608-f8c39deb6527

    Thanks. I have talked to the Microsoft support over several hours today and it took a very long time to fix it.

    .

  • Finally, an in-place Upgrade of Windows which took several hours solved the problem.

    .

  • (Rohn007: Unfortunately we don’t know exactly what the “upgrade” was … , maybe it was a “repair” ...

  • .

  •  ************

    .

    This error can occur when there is a DNS issue on your computer network settings.

    .

  •  ************

  • Code 30175-4 (19)

  • .

  • New code, no specific documentation. Try fixes for 30175-4 without the suffix.

    .

  • Code 30175-11

  • .
    "New" code. No Info yet

  • .

  •  Code 30175-13 error code when starting Office 365.

    No official fixes for this problem.

    Uninstall using the Fix It in this tip http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2739501 and re-intsall has worked for one person.

  • .

  • Code 30175-4 (19)

  • .

  • Code 30179-25

  • Couldn't stream Office

  • Sorry We ran into a problem streaming Office. Please try again later.

  • Go online for additional help

  • Error code: 30179-25

  • 2 people replied that they had to free up hard drive space on small devices. One person reported the problem when they had 1.5 GB free. The other reported the problem was fixed after they had freed up approx 5GB.

  • That makes sense for a couple of reasons.

  • One is that the last time I checked, the installation file is 1.5 to 2 GB, depending on the specific Office bundle you are downloading.

  • Windows Update is changing from downloading many relatively small specific update files, to fewer, larger system updates.  So the Update process tends to use more temp HD space than in the past.

  • Another is that "traditionally" Windows got "flaky" when it thought it did not have "enough" free space on the HD.  In the past (when HD's were MUCH smaller than today) there seemed to be a hard coded limit in Windows requiring 10% freespace, I don't know if that still applies (I think it has been removed).  Not so long ago that lead to error messages even when there were multiple GB of free space.  Depending on what browser you are using, sometimes it can have built in limits on space used. For example, IE 11 still has an option to limit space used in Tools menu > Internet Options command > Browser History Settings... button > Temporary Internet Files tab > Disk space to use. There is a radio button to adjust the value.  So IF you were saving to this location, you could run into this limit.  But if you save to some other location, ie "Downloads" folder, this setting should not be an issue.

  • If you have it, you can use a tool like (free) "CCleaner" to easily free up space. I have been using it for years with no problem, others have reported issues.

  • Otherwise you can always use tool that ships with Windows, "Disk Cleanup". Here are a couple of articles on how to use it:

  • .

  • Code 30180-4

  • We're sorry, we couldn't install Office. Please make sure you're connected to the internet, then retry your installation.

  • "new" 2016 Code.

  • Person reporting this error said that the error is happening during a wireless install. But they were able to do an install over the same wireless connection a week ago.

  • .

    Code 30180-26

    Something Went Wrong.

  • We Were Unable to Download Office. Please check your internet connection and try again.

  • New code, no specific solution. 

  • General info provided:

  • 1.Confirm whether you update Outlook by clicking File>Office Account>Update Options>Update Now. - Yes.

    2.Change to another network environment to see the outcome. - Tried at home and work and got same error.

    3.Confirm whether Office is installed from Office 365 portal at http://portal.office.com/OLS/MySoftware.aspx. - I did install from the Office 365 portal.

    4.Share your Outlook version and Windows OS version. To check the version: Open Outlook>File>Office Account>Check the version number under Office Updates.

  • .

  • ***********

  • .

    I was able to fix 30180-26 error when I disabled my Routers Sitecom Cloud Security.  .

  • .
  • ***********

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  • Code 30180-28

  • You might see this error during an Office update if you have a poor internet connection. Here are some things you can try to fix the problem.

  • go to:

  • Code 30182-1022

  • "We're sorry, we couldn't install Office. Please make sure you're connected to the internet, then retry your installation." 

  • .

  • New code, no info yet

  • .

  • Code 30183-4

  • .

  • New code No info yet

  • .

  • Code 30183-28

    Couldn't stream office 2016 30183-28 (404)

    .

  • This occurs after creating a Microsoft account and attempting to activate Office from within one of the applications, like Word.

    .

    Instead of activating from inside of Word, log onto https://stores.office.com/myaccount/home.aspx and click Install.

  • .

  • Code 30183-39 (couldn’t stream office).

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2016-officeapps/how-do-i-upgrade-to-office-2016-if-i-have-an/bec50619-2dee-4330-a4b6-5f884a547f7f

    New Code No info

     .

    Code 30183-1011 - Network connection error

  • We're sorry, we had a problem installing your Office Program(s).

  • Is your internet connection working?

  • Do you have enough free space on your main hard drive?

  • see:

  • Error code 0-1011, 30088-1015, 30183-1011, or 0-1005 when installing Office

  • https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Error-code-0-1011-30088-1015-30183-1011-or-0-1005-when-installing-Office-65aa955c-a35f-41d4-b098-8060f2d04264

  • .

  • Code 300184-4

  • we're sorry but we were unable to start your program.

  • please ensure it is not disabled by the system.

  • go online for additional help

  • Trying to re-install if get  'Something Went Wrong - Error Code 183-4' message.

  • Re-installing because first install never finished downloading updates past 9% and wouldn't recognize any of the office document file types to open with office (.doc .xls etc.)

  • .

  • Code 30188-39

  • .

  • "new code", no official MS documentation

  • I have seen 2 suggestions to run the system file checker (no confirmation this helps)

  • search for Command Prompt

    right click and start using "Run as Admin"

    in the command prompt type
    sfc /scannow
    and press <enter> to run the command to fix any errors it finds

    restart computer

    try install again

  • .

  • Code 30203-11

  • Click to Run Issue (?)

    .

    Usually this problem occurs when the officeclicktorun.exe is “jammed” or your system has already a “click to run” installed. It simply means a corrupted installation.

    The basic troubleshooting for error code 30203-11 is to repair the office program, if it fails we need to uninstall and re-install the program.

    .

  • Code 004C032, 0xC004C033, 0xC004FC07, 0xC004F021

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/982754

    Code 004C4A2

  • Blocked Product Keys

    Run the WGA and you get this error code

    Microsoft Genuine Advantage Diagnostic Tool:
    http://www.microsoft.com/genuine/selfhelp/servicerequest.aspx
    Tool Download: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=56062
    Post your results here.

    Blocked Keys (Error 0xC004C4A2):
    http://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/genuinewindows7/thread/a2444f34-0aff-4f29-a8ac-67e28b0c0285
    ”To check your PID press the win key and pause at the same time, or open system properties through the control panel, scroll

    down to activation section and look at the PID It will look something like this 12345-067-1234567-54321, the portion you are

    interested in is the three digit section, if it matches or is within one or two digits of the examples below you probably

    have an MSDN key.” Note: “065, 066, 067 for Ultimate, 220 area for Pro and the 230, 231 area for premium, there are probably

    others but they should be close to those posted” (Download the Microsoft Genuine Advantage Diagnostic Tool listed above).

  • .

    Code 701098 701099

  • When you try to activate Office programs over the Internet, you receive an error message

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/822519

     .

  • Code 80004005

    Unspecifiederror.
  • .

  • If you are getting “Unspecified error” as an activation error, click on ‘Start’ and then choose Settings >Update & security > Activation, and select Activate Windows to try and manually activate your PC. If it didn’t work, you would have to reset your PC.

    .

  • Code 800101015

  • .

  • The 0x80010105 error may be caused by damage to Windows system files.

  • .

  • .

    Simple Windows System Files Repair – Chkdsk / Dism / SFC

    .

    ******CHKDSK – Check Disk state **********

    https://windowsinstructed.com/run-chkdsk-windows/

     .

    http://www.thewindowsclub.com/command-line-check-disk-windows-7 (and 8 and 10) – There are a number of “paramters” you can pass to ChkDsk to ontrol wht it does.-

     .

    There could be a small problem with your Window installation. The Check disk command cleans up small sections of the disk that may have been “orphaned” / corrupted when Windows is not shut down normally. The SFC command will check and repair Windows system files, then the DISM commands will repair any other minor problems with Windows.

     .

    In start menu type “PowerShell”

    Right Click on the result and select “Run as Administrator”

     .

    run next command to schedule a check and fix the disk the next time the computer is restarted. At the end of the run it will display a status report.

    .

        Chkdsk c: /F

     .

     .

    You will have to restart the computer for that check to work.

     ,

    ********DISM - DISM - Deployment Image Servicing and Management   ************

     .

    After ChkDsk is done go back to the admin prompt and run following commands, one at a time to Repair The Installed Windows Image

     .

    this command checks whether the image has been flagged as corrupted by a failed process and whether the corruption can be repaired:

     .

        DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth

    this command scans the installed windows for component store corruption:

         DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth

     .

    this command performs Window repair operations automatically:

     .

          DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

     .

    DISM creates a log file (%windir%/Logs/CBS/CBS.log) that captures any issues that the tool found or fixed. %windir% is the folder in which Windows is installed. For example, the %windir% folder is C:\Windows.

    .

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/manufacture/desktop/dism-image-management-command-line-options-s14

     .

    ******* SFC – System File Checker  **************

     .

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/929833/use-the-system-file-checker-tool-to-repair-missing-or-corrupted-system - Process shown with pictures

     .

    In start menu type “PowerShell”

    Right Click on the result and select “Run as Administrator”

     .

    Type (or paste) the following command and press <enter>  to Scan the integrity of all protected system files and replace incorrect versions with correct Microsoft versions.

     .

        sfc /SCANNOW

     .

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    Code 8004036e

  • .

  • Code 8004deea

  • Your IT Department doesn't allow you to Sync Files from this location to your computer

  • New code, no documentation

  • .

  • Code 80041015 When you Try to Start an Office Program:


  • Sorry, we ran into a problem While trying to install the product key.
    If this keeps happening, you should try repairing your office product.
    System error: 0x80041015

  • http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2968890/en-gb

    This problem can occur when all the following conditions are true:

    Office was installed before the May Public Update (KB 2964042, May 13, 2014) was installed.

    An Office product was activated before the May Public Update was installed.

    There was an attempt to add another Office product (such as Microsoft Visio, OneDrive for Business, or Office 365) or to reinstall an Office product on the same computer after the May Public Update was installed.

    ***** Solution ****

    None of the buttons were very helpful.  I had the option of submitting a ticket since I also have a Business O365 subscription (using that to install resulted in the same goat rope). Support was great and we finally solved it. It seemed the resolution was to do a 'special' full uninstall of Office and then a couple of others. By full uninstall I mean it is like Office had never been on the machine before, so it is like getting a new PC and starting from scratch with Office. You will need to re-add all your accounts, and if you use a pst to archive files locally, know where it is.  In any case Support also sent me the steps we used for future reference. I will post below. These worked for me, The Office uninstall is extreme, and I had Office 2016 on there, though that wasn't what was there initially, so your  mileage may vary. The title of the uninstall link does note 2013, 2016 or O365. If you have been fighting this activation issue, good luck.

  • Steps to resolve:

  • 2. Install One note 2013 from

    https://c2rsetup.officeapps.live.com/c2r/download.aspx?ProductReleaseID=OneNoteFreeRetail&language=en-us&platform=x86&version=O15GA&act=1

    This is very critical, as this installation will fix the incorrect configuration.

  • 3. Reinstall Office 2016. During the setup, the previous version (OneNote 2013 ClickToRun) will get removed.

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    .
  • Code 8004FC12 Office 365(2013) Activation Error

  • Reported fix at this link:

  • A couple of additional possible fixes in this search of the site: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/search/search?SearchTerm=8004fc12&IsSuggestedTerm=false&tab=&CurrentScope.ForumName=&CurrentScope.Filter=&ContentTypeScope=#////1

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  • ************

  • .

  • <snip>

    • I was on the phone several times with Microsoft tech support.  First of all, don't waste time with Level 1, get to Level 2. This person solved it in two minutes!  That was after I agreed to pay $100 to MS since they couldn't solve it at Level 1 support.  

    • It has to do with your computer not being able to communicate with their server to activate the program. I'm not sure exactly how he did it, but it was done in 2 minutes.  He admitted that Level 1 didn't have the  'authority' to do the fix.  I then asked why I had to pay $100 to get it solved, even though MS knew of the problem. He agreed to refund my $100.

    </snip>

  • .

  • Windows Mail and Windows Live Mail error codes 0x800CCC**


    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/942495/windows-mail-and-windows-live-mail-error-codes


    This article contains a list of error codes that may occur in Windows Mail or in Windows Live Mail if a failure occurs when you send mail or when you receive mail. No fixes, just the error code and error text.

  • The list contains the following categories:

    Error code

    Error type

    Description

    .

  • https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows8_1-windows_update/error-0x8000f0922-when-installing-kb-2919355/ca99de84-a8ab-4d78-a7b2-e5dc562a418f?tm=1400095430786
  • may be due to a too-small System Reserved Partition size (you'll need to use a third party program, such as EaseUS Partition Manager to fix it),

  • or might be a conflict with a VPN Client module.

  • .

  • might be due to a driver incompatibility with DuplexSecure's SPTD drivers.

    .

  • Code 80190001

  • "Something went wrong

  • Couldn’t download Windows 10, please check your network settings and try again. You can contact Microsoft support for help with this error. Here is the error code 0x80190001."

  • " MREGISTER_E_DEVICE_MESSAGE_FORMAT_ERROR 0x80190001 Invalid Schema, Message Format Error from server."
  • This link above documents the problem fairly well

  • Here are some more suggestions:

  • Disconnect all peripherals, including gaming controllers, USB keys, external hard disk, printers, and other non-essential devices.

    Perform a clean reboot, restart, then try again.

    If you are upgrading using the .ISO file or Bootable USB, disconnect from the internet during setup.

    If you are updating through Windows Update, disconnect from the internet when the download reaches 100%.

  • ********************

  • <quote>

  • Found the problem...

    wwahost.exe in windows/system32 was blocked in my firewall. It probably popped up on it's own randomly when I was not doing anything associated with it, like so many things do in windows 10, and I blocked it.
    </quote>

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  • Code 8004dea3

  • no info, just error when starting Windows.

  • Microsoft Store, or Email app

  • Windows Update error code list - 8024****

  • Last Updated 2017 01 07


  • INTRODUCTION


    This article lists the error codes for Microsoft Windows Update. You can use these error codes to verify information from the Windows Update log file. The log file is typically located in the following folder:

    %systemroot%\windowsupdate.log

  • This list just shows the error code and error message text.

    .

  • Code 8024402C

  • An Error occured while troubleshooting

  • when you try to install updates on Windows Update or Microsoft Update Web sites

  • .

  • Code 8024A105

  • There were problems downloading some updates, but we’ll try again later. If you keep seeing this, try searching the web or contacting support for help. This error code might help: (0x8024a105).

  • Based on the message text, and the fix in this link:

  • This sounds like a network related issue. If the fixes listed above, take a look at the article linked in "Network Related" fixes at the top of the page.

  • .

  • Code 81000203

  • There was an unexpected error in the properties page.

  • System Restore encountered a error.  Please try to run System Restore again. (0x81000203)

  • Please close the Property page and try again.

  • There are a couple of possible causes

  • #1 TuneUp Utilities "Turbo Mode"

  • You may have a 3rd party program called TuneUp Utilities 2009 / 2010 / 2011 installed and have the “Turbo Mode” turned on.  Turn that mode off

  • #2 Uninstall TuneUp Utilities

  • Some people have found that simply having that utility installed causes this problem. Try uninstalling the utility

  • #3 Microsoft Software Shadow Copy Provider service isn’t running

  • The service may be turned off

  • In start menu, search for "Services.msc"

    Right click on it, select "Run as Admin"

    search through the list of services for "Microsoft Software Shadow Copy Provider"

    look in the Status column, is it "Running"?

    If it is not Running: right click on the service name

    Select Properties

    Click on "Startup Type" dropdown

    Select "Automatic (Delayed Start)" (this waits to start service until after system is fully started, makes booting faster)

    Click OK to save change

    In start menu search for "System Properties"

    Click on "System Protection" tab

    In "Protection Settings" area it shows installed drives

    Check to see if for the C:\ drive it is ON

    If NOT ON click on the Configure button

    Click on "Turn on system Protection" radio button

    Adjust space allocated for saving system restore points (If you make it too small, you won't be able to save enough checkpoints)

    OK to save the change

    back in System Properties dialog click on the "Create" button to make your first checkpoint

    OK to exit dialog

  • Code C004C003

    This product key didn’t work.

    The above activation error commonly occurs if you are using an invalid product key. You will have to buy a new product key. If you purchased a PC with Windows pre-installed, you would have to contact the PC manufacturer for the original key.

  • .

    Code C004C008

    The activation server reported that the product key has exceeded its unlock limit.

    The error occurs if the product key which you are trying to use has already been used on different PC, or it is being used on more than one PC than the Microsoft Software License Terms allow. Fix this activation problem by buying a product key for each one of your PCs in order to activate Windows on them.

    You can buy a product key from the Windows Store by following these steps:

    Click on Start and then select  Settings > Update & security > Activation.

    Choose Go to Store, and follow the shown instructions to buy Windows.

    .

  • Code C004C020

    The activation server reported that the Multiple Activation Key has exceeded its limit.

    This activation error occurs when a Volume License (a license which is bought from Microsoft by a business to install Windows on multiple PCs) has been used on more PCs than specified in Microsoft Software License Terms. To fix this problem, you might want to use a different product key to activate Windows on your PC. Your organization’s support person could help.

    Code C004C4AE

    Genuine Validation detected tampered Windows binaries.

  • .

  • If you are using a third-party application to add a display language which is not currently supported by Windows you might get the above error. To fix, restore your PC to an earlier point in time to undo the changes that were made to Windows.

  • .

    .
  • Code C004E003

    The Software Licensing Service reported that the license evaluation failed.

    You might see the above activation error after installing some third-party software that could have changed the system files. Windows activation requires certain system files to finish the activation process. Try to restore your PC’s system files back to an earlier point in time which removes any software that you installed after the specified point in time without affecting personal files of yours.

  • .

  • Code C004F016

    Let's stop and restart the Software Protection service following steps mentioned below and verify the result.

    a) Hold Windows key +R.
    Copy and paste, or type the following command in the Open box, and then press Enter
    services.msc

    If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password, or click Continue.

    b) In the Services list, double-click Software Protection.
    c) In the Software Protection Properties dialog box, click Automatic in the Startup type list.
    d) Click Start in the Service Status, click Apply, and then click OK.
    e) Do the same for
    Office Source Engine
    service as well.
    f) Now restart the computer and try installing Office.

    If the issue still persist, let’s manually uninstall Office suite following instructions mentioned in the following article below. http://support.microsoft.com/ 


    IMPORTANT:  Ensure to back up complete registry following steps mentioned in the article below as manual uninstallation involves in deleting the registry entries. http://support.microsoft.com/

    Restart the computer, then re-install Office 2016 and verify the result.

    .

  • Code C004F034


  • Windows will not activate error code: 0xC004F034

  • .

  • There are several causes and fixes

  • One of the suggested causes is that the MS activation servers are swamped. There are 2 possible fixes for that situation, wait hours or days to let the volume of traffic to MS decrease, or be very patient and just keep clicking on the Activate button.  One tester reported it took over 20 attempts before his activation "slipped" through and made a connection. Then it his specific situation about 10 minutes to activate and apply outstanding updates. 

  • Code 0xC004F034 is a Windows 10 activation bug that usually happens when you upgrade the system from older Windows versions (Windows 7, 8, 8.1) to Windows 10.  Then you trigger the activation manually by going to: Settings -> Update & Security -> Activation -> Activate.

    As well as overloaded MS activation systems the error can be caused by entering a bad Product key.

  • .

    As well as overloaded activation servers at MS, there are some other possible causes:

  • check your system Date and Time settings. If they are too far from reality activation will fail

    Resetting the update system has been reported to work. Go to this page
    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_other-update/windows-update-error-codes-8007-part-5/54e58ccd-6467-4ff2-bc9b-41c416879029
    and Find then perform this process: "Manually Reset Windows Update System"

    Missing or damaged Windows system files can be repaired by using DISM or by doing a clean install

    3rd party tools sometime have unexpected effects, uninstall anti-malware and other "cleanup" utilities

  • Code C004F061

    The Software Licensing Service determined that this specified product key can only be used for upgrading, not for clean installations.

    The above activation error occurs if a previous version of Windows was not installed on your PC before entering a product key to upgrade to Windows 10. To continue the upgrade process, you should have Windows 8 or Windows 7 already on your PC.

    .

  • Code C004FC03

    A networking problem has occurred while activating your copy of Windows.

    This activation error occurs when your PC is not connected to the Internet, or the firewall settings on your PC is preventing Windows from finishing the activation process online. In this case, make sure you are connected to the Internet and the firewall is not trying to block Windows from getting activated. If you still encounter this problem, you could try activating Windows via phone.


  • C1900101 - 0x30018

  • The installation failed in the first_Boot phase with an error during SYSPREP Operation

  • See this article:

  • https://www.infopackets.com/news/10302/3-ways-fix-install-failed-during-firstboot-sysprep-operation

    .


  • Code C1900209

    Possible causes:
  • #1 Corrupt Update Date base
  • #2 Incompatible software is blocking the upgrade process.

    .

    Possible Fixes:

    #1  Find the section "General Update Trouble Shooting Process" and work through the steps described there, try update again

    #2  Identify the incompatible application.

    This requires you to create a bootable copy of the Windows install file then run the Setup.exe command with specific command line parameters as described on this page: https://borncity.com/win/2016/12/16/windows-10-a-feature-upgrade-drops-error-0xc1900209/After you ID the problem application either upgrade it or uninstall it.

    #3 Do a Clean install of the current version of Windows as a simple way to bypass trouble shooting.

  • Greg C’s Clean Install tips

    Greg's Wiki is a very comprehensive set of suggestions and instructions to follow when doing a clean install.

    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wiki/windows_10-windows_install/clean-reinstall-windows-10-upgradefactory-oem/1c426bdf-79b1-4d42-be93-17378d93e587

    http://www.zdnet.com/article/hands-on-with-windows-10-upgrading-installing-and-activating-in-the-real-world/ - ZDNet How to install, reinstall, upgrade and activate Windows 10

    https://www.digitalcitizen.life/how-install-windows-10 - This article has lots of pictures.

    2017 10 25- Create Bootable USB Drive

    https://www.groovypost.com/howto/create-windows-10-bootable-usb-flash-drive/

    Although the page refers to “Windows 10 Technical Preview” you can use any “ISO” (Windows installer file). Greg C’s instructions tell how to download the current ISO.

    2017 06 01- How to use the Fresh Start feature in Windows 10 Creators Update (clean install Keep Personal files)

    https://www.techrepublic.com/article/how-to-use-the-fresh-start-feature-in-windows-10-creators-update/

    Windows 10 Creators Update offers a feature called Fresh Start, which lets you perform a clean install while leaving your data intact. This illustrated walk-through shows how the feature works.

    How to install Windows 10 from USB with UEFI support

    https://www.windowscentral.com/how-create-windows-10-usb-bootable-media-uefi-support

    If you have a PC using UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface), you can use these steps to properly create a bootable USB media to install Windows 10.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iosA3Bn9RMI

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  • http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_365hp-office_install/office-repairuninstall-error-1610612703-4/c01adf78-9a68-48eb-84be-5118195ff7df

    I have office 365 and I just started having issues with Outlook. The message from the product was to perform a repair. I tried running both the quick and online repairs - both failed. With the online repair I received the message “something went wrong” and error code 1610612703-4.

    Following some online advice I disabled my firewall and VPN with no effect. I then tried to uninstalled office 365 - with the same result.

    Download / Install and run the Office 365 FIXIT tool from the following link: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2739501 

    Once you have completed running the FIXIT follow these steps to delete the Office 15 folders.

    From Windows Explorer please navigate to the following location: C:\Propgram Files\ or C:\Program Files (x86)\

    Make sure to delete the Microsoft Office 15 folder. In case you are able to delete the folder then right-click on it and click on Rename. Rename the folder as Microsoft Office 15 old. Ignore these steps in case you are not able to find the Microsoft Office 15 folder in the above mentioned location or if you are not able to delete or rename the MicrosoftOffice 15 folder.

    Once you have completed running the FIXIT and deleted/renamed the Office 15 folder be sure to restart your computer.

     

    Now try logging into the My Account page and install Office 365.

    Check if you were able to download and install Office 365 successfully. Once this is completed check if Office 365 prompts you for activation. If yes, proceed with the steps on screen and activate Office 365. 

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    In case the above steps do not work then please follow the steps from this link to perform general troubleshooting for Office 2013 / 365.

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2822317

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  • If you get Error code 1610612703-4 together with a “Something went wrong” message while installing Office 2013 or Office 365 on your computer, it isn’t fun trying to fix I error code 1610612703-4.

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  • To help determine the steps, scroll down this page for an error code 1610612703-4. If there’s a different error code, or, if the install error message is different, you may still try to perform the steps mentioned in this article. http://support.mirosoft.com/errorcode-1610617203-4

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    Code 2147483634-8 ??

    Went to Uninstall and repaired original install. All office programs working now.


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