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Downloading and installing applications can be a tedious task sometimes. Especially if you face some errors after the installation. The patience really wears off, when you have to deal with these errors. The reasons can be many for the errors, but one of them is installing the cracked version.
Cracked versions usually come with viruses or are not fully functional. And this may lead to some errors as well. However, the problem of errors may not be limited to the cracked version only. You may face these challenges with the original versions also.
Talking about the applications and errors, Microsoft Office is the most used and popular product of Microsoft. It is almost impossible to carry out daily work on the PC or laptop without using the Microsoft Office Softwares. And talking about the error, 1335 error is most common with Microsoft Office.
In this blog, you are going to learn all about the Microsoft 1335 error and how to fix it. First, let us have a look at…
Cause for the 1335 Error?
Microsoft 1335 error generally appears on your PC, when you try and add some assistant pack of either Microsoft Office XP or Microsoft Office 2000. The error may be:
“Error 1335-Cannot copy cab file Office1.cab. The file may be corrupt.”
Another possibility maybe, when you install Microsoft Office, while your PC is in safe mode. In this case, you can see the following error:
“The Windows Installer Service could not be accessed. This can occur if you are running Windows in Safe mode or if the Windows Installer is not correctly installed.”
There can be different reasons for this error, but the major cause can be corrupted software, cracked software, issues in CD ROM, memory allocation issue, application installer, registry errors, virus problems, etc.
However, the good part is, this error can be resolved.
How To Repair The 1335 “Office1 Cab” Error On Your PC
- Check for installation CD damage
The installation CD can be damaged or may have scratches on it. This restricts the drive to read the CD. If you are trying to install something on your computer using a CD, you should first check whether the CD is damaged. If it is damaged or scratched in any way, your computer may not be able to read the files on the CD. If it is scratched, you should look for a replacement CD or use one of the CD repair tools that you can get from PC stores
- Extract the compressed installation files
Error 1335 indicates that you cannot extract a “CAB” file from an installation program. The installers use a CAB (.cab) file to compress a large number of files into a single smaller file. If you are seeing this error 1335, it means that either the .cab file is damaged, corrupt or is not readable. The simplest way to solve this is to manually extract the file. To extract the file, do the following:
1- Right-click the folder and select Extract All.
2- Follow the instructions.
3- Once done, double-click “Setup.exe” in the folder containing the extracted files.
- Clean the registry
The “registry” is a central database that stores parameters and information vital to your system. It is also, above all, where Windows stores many vital parameters for the heart of your system. One of the biggest problems causing error 1335 is the number of damaged registry files that cause errors on your computer. To resolve this issue, it is highly recommended that you use a “registry cleaner” to scan your computer and repair various corrupt registry settings that could be causing a problem within your system.
Use the above steps to fix the Microsoft Office 1335 error and continue using the applications without any problem.