‘Error Code 80004005’ generally occurs during Microsoft office installation/update. In this article we we will describe how to resolve the error in a step by step manner.

'Error Code 80004005' Microsoft Office Log
Log Name: system32\erorr80004005.log
Source: System Files Corrupt
System Event ID: 477
Application Task Category: (180)
Level: Windows Update Error
Keywords: 80004005, Office 365 80004005,Office 365 Home 80004005,Office 365 Business 80004005, Office 2013 80004005, Office 2010 80004005,Office 2016 80004005, Office 2016 home 80004005, Office 2016 Business 80004005
User: Administrator
Description:
  • Faulting application name: Winword.exe, version: 3.5.4231.89633, time stamp: 0×41183641
  • Faulting module name: Msoffice.dll, version: 9.0.1408.04050, Time stamp: 0×50339206, Time stamp: 0×85521452
  • Exception code: 0xb09d829f
  • Fault offset: 0xa02e558g
  • Faulting process ID: 0×491
  • Faulting application start time: 0x07deeg8e36303655
  • Faulting application path: ~System/office/officekerneral.dll
    Faulting module path: ~tmp/Temp/msoffice/KERNELBASE.dll
  • Report ID: d6d78g76-4483-22g3-6685-2272abg1e913

Symptoms of Error Code 80004005

When you try to install a Microsoft Office Installer package, you may receive one of the following error message:

1) Error Code 80004005: A fatal error occurred during installation.

If you click OK in the message box, the installation rolls back.
2) Error Code 80004005: Something Went wrong.
3) Error Code 80004005 during installation

Cause of Error Code 80004005

  • Office Application Conflict on the target machine.
  • Office Install Script custom action is prototyped incorrectly.
  • Installer file is locked and cannot be overwritten.
  • The Microsoft Windows Office Installer Service is not installed correctly.
  • The Windows Temp folders are full.
  • The setup was corrupted after installation and, therefore, fails with this error during un-installation.
  • An older version of Install Shield Developer is being used.
  • Virus/Malware Issues

Disclaimer
The steps given must be done by an Experienced Computer Technician. We are not responsible if something goes wrong by following the steps given on the site. All steps are indicative and should resolve the issue in most of the computer. If however if the steps did not resolve the issue on your computer, you can contact our 24×7 Microsoft Live Chat support on for help by clicking here.

How to Fix Error Code 80004005

Register Office Components

Follow these steps to register the msoffice.dll file, and then Office Installer. Sometimes these components are un-registered or corrupt, and re-registering can resolve the issue.

Step 1: Register the msoffice.dll file

  1. Click the Windows icon (80004005), and then click Run. The Run window opens.
  2. In the Open box, type regsvr32 msoffice.dll, and then click OK.
  3. On the RegSvr32 screen, click OK.
  1. Click the Windows icon () on the Windows taskbar, type msiexec /unregister in the Search programs and files box, and then press Enter.
  2. Click the Windows icon () on the Windows taskbar, type msiexec /regserver in the Search programs and files box, and then press Enter.
  1. Click the Windows icon (), click All Programs, and then click Windows Update.
  2. In the left pane, click Change settings.
  3. Under Recommended updates, click Never check for updates, and then click OK. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

By following above steps error code 80004005 should be resolved. If however the error does not get resolved you can contact our 24×7 support team for any queries.

KB Views: 635459


  • Microsoft Outlook 2016
  • Microsoft Word 2016
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2016
  • Microsoft OneNote 2016
  • Microsoft Excel 2016
  • Microsoft Office 2016
  • Microsoft Office 365
  • Microsoft Outlook 365
  • Microsoft Word 365
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 365
  • Microsoft OneNote 365
  • Microsoft Excel 365
  • Microsoft Office 2013
  • Microsoft Outlook 2013
  • Microsoft Word 2013
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
  • Microsoft OneNote 2013
  • Microsoft Excel 2013
  • Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016
  • Microsoft Office Standard 2016
  • Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013
  • Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013
  • Microsoft Office Professional 2013
  • Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013
  • Microsoft Office Standard 2013
  • Microsoft Office Professional Academic 2013

Related Error Codes: 

  • How to Fix Error Code 0x004ec1c
  • How to Fix Error Code Offie 30094-1011 (0)
  • How to Fix Error Code 0-1012 (0)
  • How to Fix Error Code 30015-6 (-1)
  • How to Fix Error Code 30147-13
  • How to Fix Error Code 0-1036 (0)
  • How to Fix Error Code 30088-1007 (0)
  • How to Fix Error Code 1-8 error
  • How to Fix Error Code 12007-4
  • How to Fix Error Code Access denied to installation source
  • ‘Error Code 80004005’ generally occurs during Microsoft office installation/update. In this article we we will describe how to resolve the error in a step by step manner.

    'Error Code 80004005' Microsoft Office Log
    Log Name: system32\erorr80004005.log
    Source: Office Core Files damaged
    System Event ID: 917
    Application Task Category: (101)
    Level: Memory Corrupt
    Keywords: 80004005, Office 365 80004005,Office 365 Home 80004005,Office 365 Business 80004005, Office 2013 80004005, Office 2010 80004005,Office 2016 80004005, Office 2016 home 80004005, Office 2016 Business 80004005
    User: System User
    Description:
    • Faulting application name: Office.exe, version: 8.9.4649.65925, time stamp: 0×15691046
    • Faulting module name: Msoffice.dll, version: 8.5.7009.48938, Time stamp: 0×16132252, Time stamp: 0×19178367
    • Exception code: 0xb04f006e
    • Fault offset: 0xa09d717d
    • Faulting process ID: 0×600
    • Faulting application start time: 0x16eaea7e26720568
    • Faulting application path: ~tmp/Temp/office/starter.dll
      Faulting module path: ~tmp/Temp/office/starter.dll
    • Report ID: c7a51c93-5843-31d2-1748-2371fee6d914

    Symptoms of Error Code 80004005

    When you try to install a Microsoft Office Installer package, you may receive one of the following error message:

    1) Error Code 80004005: A fatal error occurred during installation.

    If you click OK in the message box, the installation rolls back.
    2) Error Code 80004005: Something Went wrong.
    3) Error Code 80004005 during installation

    Cause of Error Code 80004005

    • Office Application Conflict on the target machine.
    • Office Install Script custom action is prototyped incorrectly.
    • Installer file is locked and cannot be overwritten.
    • The Microsoft Windows Office Installer Service is not installed correctly.
    • The Windows Temp folders are full.
    • The setup was corrupted after installation and, therefore, fails with this error during un-installation.
    • An older version of Install Shield Developer is being used.
    • Virus/Malware Issues

    Disclaimer
    The steps given must be done by an Experienced Computer Technician. We are not responsible if something goes wrong by following the steps given on the site. All steps are indicative and should resolve the issue in most of the computer. If however if the steps did not resolve the issue on your computer, you can contact our 24×7 Microsoft Live Chat support on for help by clicking here.

    How to Fix Error Code 80004005

    Register Office Components

    Follow these steps to register the msoffice.dll file, and then Office Installer. Sometimes these components are un-registered or corrupt, and re-registering can resolve the issue.

    Step 1: Register the msoffice.dll file

    1. Click the Windows icon (80004005), and then click Run. The Run window opens.
    2. In the Open box, type regsvr32 msoffice.dll, and then click OK.
    3. On the RegSvr32 screen, click OK.
    1. Click the Windows icon () on the Windows taskbar, type msiexec /unregister in the Search programs and files box, and then press Enter.
    2. Click the Windows icon () on the Windows taskbar, type msiexec /regserver in the Search programs and files box, and then press Enter.
    1. Click the Windows icon (), click All Programs, and then click Windows Update.
    2. In the left pane, click Change settings.
    3. Under Recommended updates, click Never check for updates, and then click OK. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

    By following above steps error code 80004005 should be resolved. If however the error does not get resolved you can contact our 24×7 support team for any queries.

    KB Views: 223382


    • Microsoft Outlook 2016
    • Microsoft Word 2016
    • Microsoft PowerPoint 2016
    • Microsoft OneNote 2016
    • Microsoft Excel 2016
    • Microsoft Office 2016
    • Microsoft Office 365
    • Microsoft Outlook 365
    • Microsoft Word 365
    • Microsoft PowerPoint 365
    • Microsoft OneNote 365
    • Microsoft Excel 365
    • Microsoft Office 2013
    • Microsoft Outlook 2013
    • Microsoft Word 2013
    • Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
    • Microsoft OneNote 2013
    • Microsoft Excel 2013
    • Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016
    • Microsoft Office Standard 2016
    • Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013
    • Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013
    • Microsoft Office Professional 2013
    • Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013
    • Microsoft Office Standard 2013
    • Microsoft Office Professional Academic 2013

    Related Error Codes: 

  • How to Fix Error Code 80004005
  • How to Fix Error Code 30094-1011 (0)
  • How to Fix Error Code 3075 Syntax error
  • How to Fix Error Code 0X800cce50
  • How to Fix Error Code Error ID 102 (source ID 238)
  • How to Fix Error Code 30015-26 (3)
  • How to Fix Error Code 0-1018+(0)
  • How to Fix Error Code 25004
  • How to Fix Error Code 0-1012 (0)
  • How to Fix Error Code 30015-11-2147023843
  • ‘Error Code 80004005’ generally occurs during Microsoft office installation/update. In this article we we will describe how to resolve the error in a step by step manner.

    'Error Code 80004005' Microsoft Office Log
    Log Name: office64\erorr80004005.log
    Source: Windows Issue
    System Event ID: 892
    Application Task Category: (614)
    Level: Incompatible System Files
    Keywords: 80004005, Office 365 80004005,Office 365 Home 80004005,Office 365 Business 80004005, Office 2013 80004005, Office 2010 80004005,Office 2016 80004005, Office 2016 home 80004005, Office 2016 Business 80004005
    User: User
    Description:
    • Faulting application name: Office.exe, version: 9.5.5318.25054, time stamp: 0×98119771
    • Faulting module name: winword.dll, version: 4.4.2907.36224, Time stamp: 0×63472018, Time stamp: 0×70572641
    • Exception code: 0xd03a392f
    • Fault offset: 0xc01b581a
    • Faulting process ID: 0×984
    • Faulting application start time: 0x17gfcc8c56209893
    • Faulting application path: ~System/office/Office.dll
      Faulting module path: ~tmp/Temp/office/Msoffice.dll
    • Report ID: f5c42d98-4872-99a5-4395-6535cfd2c378

    Symptoms of Error Code 80004005

    When you try to install a Microsoft Office Installer package, you may receive one of the following error message:

    1) Error Code 80004005: A fatal error occurred during installation.

    If you click OK in the message box, the installation rolls back.
    2) Error Code 80004005: Something Went wrong.
    3) Error Code 80004005 during installation

    Cause of Error Code 80004005

    • Office Application Conflict on the target machine.
    • Office Install Script custom action is prototyped incorrectly.
    • Installer file is locked and cannot be overwritten.
    • The Microsoft Windows Office Installer Service is not installed correctly.
    • The Windows Temp folders are full.
    • The setup was corrupted after installation and, therefore, fails with this error during un-installation.
    • An older version of Install Shield Developer is being used.
    • Virus/Malware Issues

    Disclaimer
    The steps given must be done by an Experienced Computer Technician. We are not responsible if something goes wrong by following the steps given on the site. All steps are indicative and should resolve the issue in most of the computer. If however if the steps did not resolve the issue on your computer, you can contact our 24×7 Microsoft Live Chat support on for help by clicking here.

    How to Fix Error Code 80004005

    Register Office Components

    Follow these steps to register the msoffice.dll file, and then Office Installer. Sometimes these components are un-registered or corrupt, and re-registering can resolve the issue.

    Step 1: Register the msoffice.dll file

    1. Click the Windows icon (80004005), and then click Run. The Run window opens.
    2. In the Open box, type regsvr32 msoffice.dll, and then click OK.
    3. On the RegSvr32 screen, click OK.
    1. Click the Windows icon () on the Windows taskbar, type msiexec /unregister in the Search programs and files box, and then press Enter.
    2. Click the Windows icon () on the Windows taskbar, type msiexec /regserver in the Search programs and files box, and then press Enter.
    1. Click the Windows icon (), click All Programs, and then click Windows Update.
    2. In the left pane, click Change settings.
    3. Under Recommended updates, click Never check for updates, and then click OK. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

    By following above steps error code 80004005 should be resolved. If however the error does not get resolved you can contact our 24×7 support team for any queries.

    KB Views: 126882


    • Microsoft Outlook 2016
    • Microsoft Word 2016
    • Microsoft PowerPoint 2016
    • Microsoft OneNote 2016
    • Microsoft Excel 2016
    • Microsoft Office 2016
    • Microsoft Office 365
    • Microsoft Outlook 365
    • Microsoft Word 365
    • Microsoft PowerPoint 365
    • Microsoft OneNote 365
    • Microsoft Excel 365
    • Microsoft Office 2013
    • Microsoft Outlook 2013
    • Microsoft Word 2013
    • Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
    • Microsoft OneNote 2013
    • Microsoft Excel 2013
    • Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016
    • Microsoft Office Standard 2016
    • Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013
    • Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013
    • Microsoft Office Professional 2013
    • Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013
    • Microsoft Office Standard 2013
    • Microsoft Office Professional Academic 2013

    Related Error Codes: 

  • How to Fix Error Code 30015-4 (3)
  • How to Fix Error Code 30015-1015 (183)
  • How to Fix Error Code 0x004ec1c
  • How to Fix Error Code 30015-6 (-1)
  • How to Fix Error Code 10019
  • How to Fix Error Code 30053-39
  • How to Fix Error Code 30145-16
  • How to Fix Error Code 3-4 error
  • How to Fix Error Code 30034-4
  • How to Fix Error Code 0-1005 (0)
  • ‘Error Code 80004005’ generally occurs during Microsoft office installation/update. In this article we we will describe how to resolve the error in a step by step manner.

    'Error Code 80004005' Microsoft Office Log
    Log Name: restore\erorr80004005.log
    Source: DLL Conflict
    System Event ID: 189
    Application Task Category: (761)
    Level: Memory Corrupt
    Keywords: 80004005, Office 365 80004005,Office 365 Home 80004005,Office 365 Business 80004005, Office 2013 80004005, Office 2010 80004005,Office 2016 80004005, Office 2016 home 80004005, Office 2016 Business 80004005
    User: User
    Description:
    • Faulting application name: Officestarter.exe, version: 6.1.0832.14185, time stamp: 0×68754788
    • Faulting module name: Office.dll, version: 6.4.4745.23831, Time stamp: 0×82895831, Time stamp: 0×10357546
    • Exception code: 0xe05d070c
    • Fault offset: 0xd08b397f
    • Faulting process ID: 0×836
    • Faulting application start time: 0x03gcfg1c87877302
    • Faulting application path: ~tmp/Temp/msoffice/officekerneral.dll
      Faulting module path: ~Windows/office/checkip.dll
    • Report ID: b8f63e65-1843-57b3-4236-8832efe9d195

    Symptoms of Error Code 80004005

    When you try to install a Microsoft Office Installer package, you may receive one of the following error message:

    1) Error Code 80004005: A fatal error occurred during installation.

    If you click OK in the message box, the installation rolls back.
    2) Error Code 80004005: Something Went wrong.
    3) Error Code 80004005 during installation

    Cause of Error Code 80004005

    • Office Application Conflict on the target machine.
    • Office Install Script custom action is prototyped incorrectly.
    • Installer file is locked and cannot be overwritten.
    • The Microsoft Windows Office Installer Service is not installed correctly.
    • The Windows Temp folders are full.
    • The setup was corrupted after installation and, therefore, fails with this error during un-installation.
    • An older version of Install Shield Developer is being used.
    • Virus/Malware Issues

    Disclaimer
    The steps given must be done by an Experienced Computer Technician. We are not responsible if something goes wrong by following the steps given on the site. All steps are indicative and should resolve the issue in most of the computer. If however if the steps did not resolve the issue on your computer, you can contact our 24×7 Microsoft Live Chat support on for help by clicking here.

    How to Fix Error Code 80004005

    Register Office Components

    Follow these steps to register the msoffice.dll file, and then Office Installer. Sometimes these components are un-registered or corrupt, and re-registering can resolve the issue.

    Step 1: Register the msoffice.dll file

    1. Click the Windows icon (80004005), and then click Run. The Run window opens.
    2. In the Open box, type regsvr32 msoffice.dll, and then click OK.
    3. On the RegSvr32 screen, click OK.
    1. Click the Windows icon () on the Windows taskbar, type msiexec /unregister in the Search programs and files box, and then press Enter.
    2. Click the Windows icon () on the Windows taskbar, type msiexec /regserver in the Search programs and files box, and then press Enter.
    1. Click the Windows icon (), click All Programs, and then click Windows Update.
    2. In the left pane, click Change settings.
    3. Under Recommended updates, click Never check for updates, and then click OK. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

    By following above steps error code 80004005 should be resolved. If however the error does not get resolved you can contact our 24×7 support team for any queries.

    KB Views: 839591


    • Microsoft Outlook 2016
    • Microsoft Word 2016
    • Microsoft PowerPoint 2016
    • Microsoft OneNote 2016
    • Microsoft Excel 2016
    • Microsoft Office 2016
    • Microsoft Office 365
    • Microsoft Outlook 365
    • Microsoft Word 365
    • Microsoft PowerPoint 365
    • Microsoft OneNote 365
    • Microsoft Excel 365
    • Microsoft Office 2013
    • Microsoft Outlook 2013
    • Microsoft Word 2013
    • Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
    • Microsoft OneNote 2013
    • Microsoft Excel 2013
    • Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016
    • Microsoft Office Standard 2016
    • Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013
    • Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013
    • Microsoft Office Professional 2013
    • Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013
    • Microsoft Office Standard 2013
    • Microsoft Office Professional Academic 2013

    Related Error Codes: 

  • How to Fix Error Code 10114
  • How to Fix Error Code 0x800CCC13
  • How to Fix Error Code 0x8004011c
  • How to Fix Error Code 30102-1
  • How to Fix Error Code 30015-4 (3)
  • How to Fix Error Code 30126-1011(12152)
  • How to Fix Error Code 17029
  • How to Fix Error Code 30147-13
  • How to Fix Error Code 20175-4
  • How to Fix Error Code 30015-6 (3)
  • LiveZilla Live Chat Software