Wednesday, August 18, 2010

How to Fix Error 1335



Every error that takes place on Microsoft Windows has its very own number. This is so Microsoft can keep track of the errors, when they take place, and learn how to correct the issue. Errors can occur at almost any time. One error that takes place when installing Microsoft Office 2000 or Microsoft Office XP is Error 1335. This error comes up, stating one of the files can not be copied and it will not allow you to install the program. There is a way to correct this issue though.

1. Click the "Start" button on the desktop, then select "Run." A small command window will appear that allows you to type computing instructions.

2. Type "msconfig" and then click "OK." A new window titled "Boot.INI" will appear. Select "Advanced Options." Check the selection box "MAXMEM." Change the number to 256 (this increases the amount of RAM that can be used during the installation).

3. Select "Apply" and then "OK."

4. Restart the computer and reinstall Microsoft Office. Select the "Complete" installation option. The software will now install without errors.




Source:- Ehow

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