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Error 1935 An error occurred while installing the assembly component

If when you run a .msi package to install a program or application on your Windows 11 or Windows 10 computer and you get an error prompt with the error 1935 message An error occurred while installing the assembly componentthen this article is intended to help you with the most appropriate solutions that you can easily apply to fix the error on your system.

Error 1935 An error occurred while installing the assembly component

When this error occurs, you receive the following error message and similar code;

Error 1935.An error occurred while installing the assembly
component {98CB24AD-52FB-DB5F-A01F-C8B3B9A1E18E}.
HRÉSULTAT: 0x800700C1.

Note that the component and HRESULT values may be different.

Error 1935 An error occurred while installing the assembly component

If you get the prompt showing Error 1935 An error occurred while installing the assembly component while installing a program on your Windows 11/10 PC, you can try our recommended solutions below in no particular order to fix the problem on your PC.

  1. Restart the computer
  2. Run the Program Installation and Uninstall troubleshooter
  3. Run MSI Setup in compatibility mode
  4. Make sure that the Windows Setup service is running
  5. Repair/Reinstall/Update .NET Framework
  6. Install or update the Visual C++ Redistributable
  7. Clean up the boot system and run Setup
  8. Run SFC and DISM scan
  9. Delete the AppModel registry subkey (applies to Microsoft Office)

Let's take a look at the description of the process involved regarding each of the solutions listed.

Before you continue, check your system architecture, and then make sure that you are running the 32-bit or 64-bit version of MSI Setup, as appropriate. Also, check for updates and install all available bits on your Windows 11/10 device and see if the error reappears when you run the .msi installer. On the other hand, if the error started after a recent Windows update, you can perform a system restore or uninstall the update – but if you prefer to do neither, then you can continue with the solutions below.

1.Restart the computer

If you get the error message Error 1935 An error occurred while installing the assembly component When you install a program or software on your Windows 11/10 device, restart the computer and try to run the setup again as a quick first step. If the error persists after restarting the computer, you can try these other methods described in this article to resolve the problem.

2.Run the program installation and uninstall troubleshooter

 

Error 1935 An error occurred while installing the assembly component

The Program Installation and Uninstall troubleshooter fixes corrupted registry keys and is designed to help PC users automatically repair problems when they are prevented from installing or removing programs on Windows 11/10 system. This solution requires you to run Microsoft's Install and Uninstall Programs troubleshooter and see if the current issue is resolved. If not, try the following solution.

3.Run MSI Setup in compatibility mode

In some cases, especially with older applications, these programs must work in Windows compatibility mode. This solution requires that you run the MSI installer in compatibility mode to see if a highlight error is triggered due to a compatibility issue.

4.Make sure that the Windows Installer service is running

Error 1935 An error occurred while installing the assembly component

The MSI file format used by Windows Installer (MSI) is used specifically for installation – this differs from the EXE file format sometimes used to run Setup programs, which are simple executable files that can be programmed to perform any number of tasks.

The error in sight can occur if Windows Module Setup is not running on the system. Since it manages the installation of system modules from applications, without it running, it is possible that essential components are not installed. So, to rule out this possibility as a potential culprit, you need to make sure that the Windows Installer service is enabled. However, if the service is running but the problem persists, you can unregister and re-register the Windows Installer service. Here's how:

 
  • Press Windows Key + R to invoke the Run dialog box.
  • In the Run dialog box, type cmd, and then press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER to open the command prompt in administrator mode.
  • In the Command Prompt window, type the following command and press Enter to temporarily unregister the Windows Installer service:
msiexec /unreg
  • After the command is processed successfully and you get the success message, type the following command and press Enter to register Windows Setup again:
msiexec /regserver

After the second command is run, restart your computer again and run the MSI installer again and see if the error recurs. If so, try the following solution.

5.Repair/Reinstall/Update .NET Framework

The problem in sight may be caused by a corrupted installation of the .NET Framework on your system. In this case, to fix the error, you can repair the .NET Framework. If the repair did not work, you can use the .NET Framework Setup Cleanup tool to completely remove the selected versions of the .NET Framework from your computer. Then you can download the latest version of .NET Framework and install it on your Windows 11/10 PC.

6.Install or update the Visual C++ Redistributable

Games and other applications with 3D graphics require additional components such as drivers and Microsoft Visual C++. This solution requires that you ensure that the latest version of the Visual C++ redistributable package is installed on your system before you run the MSI installer for the program that you are trying to install on your device.

If you have the latest version of Visual C++ Redistributable and the .NET Framework installed on your system but the error is not fixed, you can try the following solution.

 

7.Clean the boot system and run the installer

Error 1935 An error occurred while installing the assembly component

Performing a Clean Boot can remove all the conflicts that occur while installing your software – this means starting your Windows 11/10 computer with the minimum number of drivers and programs required. This solution requires you to cleanly boot your system and run the program's installer in this system state and see if the error prompt reappears.

8.Run SFC and DISM scan

This solution requires you to run the SFC scan and see if it helps – and depending on the scan result, you may need to run the DISM scan as well. If you prefer, you can run the SFC and DISM scan in tandem by following the instructions in the post "The system detected a stack-based buffer overflow in this application".

9.Delete the AppModel registry subkey (applies to Microsoft Office)

Error 1935 An error occurred while installing the assembly component

This solution applies specifically to the error when installing Microsoft Office. Removing the App Template Registry subkey should allow you to successfully install Office on your Windows 11/10 device.

To delete the AppModel registry subkey, follow these steps:

Since this is a registry operation, it is recommended that you back up the registry or create a system restore point as necessary precautionary measures. Once done, you can do the following:

  • Press Windows Key + R to invoke the Run dialog box.
  • In the Run dialog box, type regedit and press Enter to open Registry Editor.
  • Navigate to or navigate to the path of the registry key below:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\AppModel
  • In the location, in the left pane, right-click Application Template subkey.
  • Select Delete from the context menu to delete the registry key.
  • Quit Registry Editor.
  • Restart the computer.

That's right! I hope this post helps you.

Related article: InstallShield error code 1722 when installing the MSI program

 

How do I resolve error 1935 in QuickBooks?

To correct the QuickBooks error code 1935, follow these steps:

  • First, restart your system.
  • Restart the installation.
  • Disable your antivirus software (if applicable).
  • Start again with the Installation of QuickBooks.
  • Activate your antivirus program after the installation is complete.

How to fix error 1935?

Generally, to fix error 1935 on Windows 11/10, try one of the following suggestions:

  • Install Windows updates.
  • Install or update the latest Microsoft Visual C++ redistributable.
  • Run Setup in compatibility mode.
  • Enable the Windows Modules Installer Service.
  • Check the Windows registry.

 

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