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hi...
I had encountered a problem with ms office.
I had uninstalled the older ms office then when I want to install the new one, I had encountered an error during setup.

It says that "error 1935. An error occurred during the installation of assembly component{D825F1F0-87AB-11DB-A54F-0090278A1BB8}.
HRESULT:0x80070020."

I hope someone can help me with this error..
sory for the broken english.. :)

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To allow us to help us better, could you tell us more about your
computer, such as your version of Windows (Service Packs installed?),
are you using a 32 bit or 64 bit version of Windows, is this a
branded computer like Dell or HP, if it is, what's its make and
model. Or if you have built the computer yourself, what are the main
components used? Also, are you using any Anti-Virus software? If so,
which one?

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I'm using windows 7 home basic 32 bits, compaq presario CQ40-621AU.
I'm using panda anti-virus trial version.
this problem happen after I unistalled ms office 2010 then I want to install it back..
ty.

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This problem usually occurrs because there is something wrong with the .NET framework installation.Do this:
1. Click Start > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs.
2. Find Microsoft .NET Framework, and then click Change/Remove.
3. Click Repair, and click Next.

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error : error 1935 while installing office or windows update

reason : .NET Framework corruption

solution :
for xp : you could repair .net or completely cleanup the .net and reinstall them.
added to it, if there are issues re-installing .net framework whole assembly folder can be renamed/removed.

for vista/7/8 : you can go into control panel then turn windows feature on/off and turn off .net framework and restart the computer. Going back to the same option turn on .net framework.

if it still does not help, perform inplace upgrade or reisntallation of OS

further more a direct link to solution can be found at Click Here

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