Windows Installation Error Solutions :
When you have any Windows version like Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7, as an operating system in your PC, you might see undesired messages on your screen like, “Windows installation service couldn’t be started”, or “Windows installer service couldn’t be accessed”, every time you want to update, install, or uninstall a program.
Multiple reasons might cause the installation error, sort out this issue with simplified steps
Run the Trouble shooter in your Device
- Tap on Open from the File Download box
- It repairs the issues automatically.
- It also fixes the corrupted registry keys on the 64 bits operating system, and the keys that control the data update.
- It also sort out the issues that causes the prevention of installation, uninstallation, and updating the programs.
- Before moving further first make sure that two steps
Whether Windows Installation Engine is Active
- Go to Start,then in the Search box simply type cmdthen enter.
- Command Prompt will open, there type MSIExec, then Enter.
Note: For a working MSI engine there would be no error messages. But if an error message shows up, put it on Google to identify the troubleshooting information.
Proceed, to install, or uninstall.
Check for the Disable Windows installer Service
- Go to start, in the search box simply type services.msc then enter ( windows XP , or Windows Server 2003)
- Tap on the Windows Installer, then on Properties
- Check for Disabled option in the Startup type box, change it to the Manual Setting, then tap on OK.
- Go to the Windows Installer Service, then to Start.
If Windows Installer fails to work in Windows 10
Through Task Manager
Go to the taskbar with a right-click, then choose the task manager from the given menu.
- In the Task manager page tap on the Services, then select the msiserver, right click on it.
- Now in the context menu tap on Start.
These steps will sort out the installation error, if not then try out the next method.
Using Services Option to fix the Windows Installer Failure
- Go to Start, in the search bar type Services, then enter
- Select the Windows installer present on the right hand side under Name category.
- Double Tap on the Windows Installer, then Properties, then General tab, then Services Status, next click on the Stop.
- Now, again go to the start option to check the status.