Microsoft Office is, as its name indicates, an office suite that currently has the largest scope within the technology market, being the leading program due to its versatility and easy utility that its users can have, with word processors, spreadsheets calculation, and the ability to generate visual presentations.
Although it is kept in constant development, with the 2019 version being the latest and newest, many users still use older versions, but just as functional, such as the 2007 and 2010 versions, since they are capable of working on operating systems such as Windows Vista and later.
This version of Microsoft Office had standard technical support that ended in 2015, and its extended version will be available until October 2020, specifically until October 13. However, every day more people decide to install this version on their computer, since its use is easier.
At the same time that this version was released, so did Microsoft Mobile , which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and SharePoint, applications that are already installed on mobile devices with Windows Phone 7 operating system , and an online version. which grants all the features of Office.
Since Office 2010 includes a .NET support program, it can generate conflicts with Windows Installer (msiexec.exe) and also with Windows Search (SearchIndexer.exe) during its installation, which will warn us that we have an Error 1935, however, in this tutorial you can easily fix it.
Error 1935: An error occurred during the installation of an assembly component
When this error appears, there are several methods that we can use to solve it, the first one being restarting our computer ; If this does not work, then we start with the first possible solution, which is to go directly to the repair of the installation on our computer.
We go to start, and look for ” Control Panel “, where we will select “Remove / Repair programs” and we will look for Microsoft NET 2, and we click on repair. It is important to note that if we are working with Windows XP, we cannot delete the file, since this version is inherent to Windows XP.
Taking this fact as a starting point, you cannot delete NET Frameworks files that are part of the Windows operating system, or lower versions. For example, if you work with Windows 7, you cannot remove version 3.5, or if you work with Windows Vista, you cannot uninstall version 3.0.
On the official Microsoft page, in technical support, you will find the following steps to follow, which you can use if the above has not worked for you. First, create a temporary folder on your desktop, and visit the .NET Framework Cleanup Tool User Guide , where you will need to download the Zip file “dotnetfx_cleanup_tool.zip”
When you have downloaded it, you must unzip it in the folder you created on your desktop, locate the file “cleanup_tool.exe” and run it; the system will immediately ask you if you want to run it, to which you press “Yes” as many times as necessary to give the application permission to make the required changes.
Once you have completed these steps, select which version you want to remove, and click on “ Cleanup Now ”, and then restart your computer. The next steps are to download and install the component according to your operating system, and restart the computer so that the changes are saved.
Remember that for the Windows XP operating system, only the. NET Framework 1.1 and its version 1.1SP1, while the .NET Framework 3.5SP1 and the .NET Framework 4.0 are compatible with Windows Vista, Windows 7, and also Windows XP.