Top 5 errors of MS Office 2010 you should know about
The saying that “No software is perfect” applies to MS Office 2010 as well. No wonder it is also prone to errors just like other software developed world over. Having said that, let’s have a look at the top 5 errors that you have to deal with while you install MS Office 2010 on your computer.
Error 2203: An Internal Error Occurred
Generally, “Error 2203: An Internal Error Occurred” relates to installation of Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project or Microsoft Visio on Windows Vista or Windows 7. The most common cause of this error relates the default temporary folder (%temp%) having insufficient permissions assigned to it. To get a workaround of this error refer to this link.
Error 1935: An error occurred during the installation of assembly component
It is claimed to be a potential bug in the installer for Microsoft Office 2010 32-bit under Windows 7 32-bit with Microsoft Office 2007 already installed. After you install the initial product key, you may be prompted to perform an Upgrade or Custom install. Uninstallation of Microsoft Office 2007 and subsequent installation of Microsoft Office 2010 will lead to this error. To do away with this problem, it is recommended that you manually uninstall Microsoft Office 2007 and install Microsoft Office 2010.
Error 1402: Setup cannot open registry key
When the registry keys do not have the Administrator permission although you may have logged in as one, this error can occur. This weird scenario may occur with some setup programs including that of Microsoft Office 2010. To get rid of this error, follow the procedure options suggested in this link:
Error 0x8007232B: When using Microsoft Office 2010
The error generally is associated with Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 edition. As and when you open up any Office application, the error will prompt you to activate your Office 2010 copy. The worst part is that if you enter your valid product key, the Microsoft Office 2010 will say "this is not a valid office product key. To do away with this error refer to this link.
Error 1406: Registry key permissions when installing Microsoft Office 2010
The exact error relates reads something like this “Setup cannot write the value DisableExceptionChainValidation to the registry key \Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\currentVersion\image File Execution Options\imccphr.exe Verify that you have sufficient permissions to access the registry or contact PPS...................”. The best way out is to search for Â imccphr.exe in your computer and assign full permission for the same.