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Microsoft Setup Bootstrapper has stopped working is caused when the program no longer works properly or when Windows often closes the program.
Microsoft has therefore tried to improve the installation of its products by implementing the latest innovations. In the past, executable files were used that were perfectly suited for introducing a product with only one fingertip. Now, in MS Office 2013/2016, Microsoft uses bootstrapper technology.
Bootstrapper plays a role in initializing an application created using the composite application library. In this way, people can learn more about Bootstrapper’s innovation in TMS or contact MS Office technical support experts to complete the understanding or information. Experienced and certified technicians are available 24 hours a day, day and night for immediate assistance. Thus, users can eliminate all MS Office errors with the professional simply.
Microsoft Setup Bootstrapper has stopped working
A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close this program and notify you if a solution is available.
Installing Office in Clean Boot
Once the uninstallation is complete, try to install the new desktop in a clean trunk. If you don’t know the proper start process, here’s everything for you:
- Press the Windows key at the same time as r.
- Then type msconfig.exe.
- The system configuration appears and the button is selected: SELECTIVE COMMISSIONING
- Deactivate the two checkboxes,
- Then click Apply, then say YES to the prompt for a restart,
- After the restart, you are in Clean Boot mode and you can install your desktop.
Enable the task scheduler again
Uninstall AV and reactivate the task scheduler via ‘Regedit’.
- Open the Registry Editor, click Start>Type in Regedit, then Regedit.exe will appear under Programs.
- Once the Registry window is open, click on HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE in the right pane.
- Now click on SYSTEM
- Now click on CurrentControlSet
- Click on Services
- Click Schedule, then click on the right pane of the Registry Editor, then double-click on the Start entry.
- Change the input value “Start” from “2” to “4”. Now click on the “OK” button.
- Restart the computer for the changes to take effect.
Using a Microsoft Fix-It Tool Tool
Fortunately, Microsoft has developed an automated tool that is equipped to correct these and other error messages. Several users concerned reported that they had successfully solved the problem by running a Microsoft Fix It tool.
This patch will fix several problems that prevent programs from being started, installed or deleted. You can use it under Windows 10, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. If the problem is caused by corrupted registry keys or files from existing or uninstalled programs, this tool can automatically solve the problem.
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