While installing a program in Windows 7 you may receive an error 1719. Here are a couple of reasons why this error occurs in your system:

Installer files are corrupt or missing in your system.

You removed a program that contains the Windows Installer Microsoft Software Installation package file.

Good thing is that you can easily fix error 1719 in Windows 7 yourself. Follow the tips and tricks given below to get rid of the error problem.

Re-Register the Installer

Re-Install Windows Installer

Remove Registry Errors

Change Startup Type Property Settings

Clean Junk Files

Re-Registerthe Installer

There is a way to re-register Microsoft Installer. In most cases this technique works for people who encounter this system error. The procedure to re-register the Installer is given below:

Click Start

Type CMD in search box and hit Enter

In Command Prompt type msiexec /unregister and hit Enter

Now type msiexec /regserver and press Enter

Type Exit and hit Enter

Restart your computer to apply settings

Re-Install Windows Installer

Error 1719 in Windows 7 can also be fixed by installing the Windows Installer again. To do so follow the steps below:

Click Start

Type CMD in search box and press Enter

In command prompt type cd %windir%system32 and press Enter

Now type attrib -r -s -h dllcache and hit Enter

Type ren msi.dll msi.old and press Enter

Type ren msiexec.exe msiexec.old and press Enter

Type ren msihnd.dll msihnd.old and hit Enter

Type exit and press Enter

Restart your computer

Logon your computer as an Administrator

Download and install the latest version of Installer

Restart computer

Remove Registry Errors

Corrupt Windows registry may result in different kind of errors: error 1719 is one of them. To repair corrupt registry you need to download and install a Registry Cleaner program. It scans and fixes registry errors automatically.

Change Startup Type Property Settings

Error 1719 in Windows 7 may also occur if the Startup Type Property for Windows Installer is disabled. To fix this issue you have to set it to manual. To do so follow the steps given below:

Click Start button

In search box type Run and press Enter

Type services.msc in search box and press Enter

In Services (Local) locate Windows Installer

Right click on it and go to Properties

Select Manual option from the Startup type drop down list and click OK

Click on File menu and click Exit


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