How to Repair Windows Installer Error 1619

Some Windows 10 users encounter the Windows Installer 1619 error when trying to install an application using the Windows Installer infrastructure. This only happens when they try to install certain applications. In this guide, we will explain why error 1619 occurs and what methods are available to fix it.

If the installation file or package fails to open, Windows Installer error 1619 will be displayed on your computer. The command may be wrong or the .msi file is incorrectly specified on the policy command line. read more

How to Resolve Runtime “Error R6034” in Visual C++

In this guide, we’ll look at what runtime error R6034 is, why it occurs, and how to fix it on a Windows 10 computer. There are applications in Windows 10 that can only be run if the “C runtime library” is loaded correctly. If there is a mismatch due to software or hardware issues, you will get a runtime error instead.

In most cases, you have either a faulty program installed on your computer, or Microsoft Visual C++ redistributable packages that are not up to date. Simply updating the above packages and removing the latest application installations will fix this error in your case. If it doesn’t, it’s a complex problem that requires advanced solutions, such as resolving hardware incompatibility issues, fixing corrupted system files, or modifying the registry. read more

How to Troubleshoot: Invalid Drive Error 1327 on Windows 10

Most people complain about error 1327, which occurs when you install or uninstall Microsoft Office on your computer. However, it can also occur in other programs such as Adobe, Epic Games, Minecraft, Autocad, and others.

Error 1327 can occur if the disk specified in the message is invalid. It can also occur when a Windows installer tries to terminate at an unassigned network location. Whatever the cause, there is always an effective solution.

Today’s article will tell you how to fix the error 1327 Invalid drive when you try to uninstall Microsoft Office or another program. read more

How to Troubleshoot: MEM_BAD_POINTER or MEM_BAD_POINTER (SmartHeap Library) Popup

Some Home Windows users have reported that the SmartHeap library error pops up every time they start their personal computers. In each case, the error message in this pop-up is MEM_BAD_POINTER / MEM_BAD_POINTER (SmartHeap Library). Whether the user clicks OK or Cancel, the result is the same: the computer works fine, but the error message appears the next time the system is started.

What causes MEM_BAD_POINTER / MEM_BAD_POINTER (SmartHeap library) to pop up

Damaged registry values: a registry key left hanging can also be the cause of a popup that calls the SmartHeap library. In most cases, this is because the infrastructure called by the startup registry key no longer exists. In this case, deleting the remaining registry key manually or with a utility such as a third-party registry cleaner should permanently resolve the problem. read more