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Solved: Install Office 2007 on Vista 1935 error

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by MushyP, Aug 13, 2007.

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  1. MushyP

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    Hi all,
    I'm having a nightmare of a problem and wondered if anyone could help.

    In the past I had office 2007 installed and working perfectly on my Windows Vista system. I then tried to install a trial of Microsoft Expression Web which would not install due to error 1935. (Stupidly) I thought that this may be due to Office being installed so I uninstalled that but it didnt solve the problem. However now i cannot re-install office 2007 due to the same 1935 error.

    I have done some research on this and believe it is due to the .net (2.0??) framework which is part of the Vista operating system.

    So my question is... is there a way to repair the .net framework without reinstalling vista?? (really dont wanna go through all that again)

    I have tried running sfc /scannow but that just count up to 99% then closes with no indication of finding or fixing any faults, is that normal??


    Thanks very much for any help any of you may have!!
     
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    Have you tried a System Restore to roll your PC back to before you installed MS Expression Web?
     
  3. MushyP

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    I did but by the time I thought of that I had installed and uninstalled too many things and there are no restore points from that long ago, would they be there but hidden?? I'm only show 4 restore points...
     
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    Ah... Maybe some app (of which I'm unaware) that fully removes Office, including cleaning the registry, would fix it then?
     
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  6. MushyP

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    Thanks for your replies, I tried various "Registry fix" programs which didn't make any difference to the problem, but I dont fully understand the registery so maybe there is still a problem there somewhere?

    that article was one of the first pages i found when doin some research, and although it does seem quite througher it doesn't apply to Vista as you cant uninstall the .net framework and it doesn't appear in add/remove programs.


    At the moment I'm downloading the beta of .net 3.5 to see if that will fix the framework... fingers crossed

    I shall let you know of the outcome
     
  7. MushyP

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    well i did 2 things and now it works so not sure which did it.

    Firstly i ran sfc /scannow from C:\Windows\System32 rather than just in the run command line. It still only got to 99% but told me that it was not able to fix all errors and produced a log.

    Secondly I installed the .net framework 3.5 beta 2 but it seemed that the installation failed, however on restart it took ages to update configuration etc so think that may have worked...

    either way i dont care now it's sorted :D
     
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