error 1935


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Guest

hi ther have been getting error 1935 .... when installing adobe reader,
windows update also hangs during the first update. at the same time as the
error i get a message saying "windows installer modules has stopped work and
was closed"

part of me says this may be DEP issue or something along these lines, i have
tryed using another admin user to no effect

i am using ultimate 64 bit
 
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Bill Yanaire

Craig008 said:
hi ther have been getting error 1935 .... when installing adobe reader,
windows update also hangs during the first update. at the same time as the
error i get a message saying "windows installer modules has stopped work
and
was closed"

part of me says this may be DEP issue or something along these lines, i
have
tryed using another admin user to no effect

i am using ultimate 64 bit
Did you try right clicking on the icon and choosing Run As
administrator ?

Another thing to try is if you already have an Adobe reader on your system,
uninstall that one first then try the new version.

If those don't work, search the Adobe forums for the error.
 
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Gene E. Bloch

Craig008 wrote on 11/21/2007 10:09 ET :
A computer with Microsoft .NET Framework installed may show error 1935. This
generally occurs while the MSI files are trying to install various policy
files
on your computer during the setup operations.
Following are the various ways you can implement to fix error 1935
1. Reinstall Microsoft .NET Framework
2. Perform a Full Virus Scan
3. Full Scan your Registry
4. Re-register Windows Installer
5. Check System Files for Corruption
6. Clean the System Junk
Try this i am sure your problem solution is here,
The original post was on 11/21/2007. By now Craig008 has probably
switched to the Mac :)
 
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VanguardLH

korneto wrote over 4 years later:
Craig008 wrote on 11/21/2007 10:09 ET :
A computer with ...
<snipped the severely late reply>

Picture a skeleton humped over a monitor with cobwebs everywhere.
That's Craig waiting for your over 4 year-old reply.

Check timestamps of posts before replying to them, especially when using
a webnews-for-boobs interface (web forum) to Usenet.
 

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