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Error code 5004 0X7E is usually caused by poorly configured system files that cause registry errors in your operating system. Windows errors can cause program crashes, slow PC performance, system crashes, computer freezes and more.
Registration errors usually occur when new programs are installed on old programs without completely uninstalling the old programs. This can cause stacks in the register and error messages. Another possible cause of these error messages can be malicious software such as adware, spyware and viruses.
To solve this problem, follow these methods:
Unregister/ Re-register Installer Engine
You can try uninstalling the installation engine and re-register and verify.
a. Click Start, type cmd in the start search, right-click cmd and choose Run as administrator.
b. At the command prompt, type the following, then press Enter after each line :
c. Try uninstalling the program again.
Utilize System Restore
1) Start your computer and log in as administrator.
2) Click the Start button, select All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then click System Restore.
3) In the new window, select “Restore computer to previous date” and click Next.
4) Select the last system restore point from the “In this list, click a restore point” list, then click Next.
5) Click Next in the confirmation window.
6) Restarts the computer when recovery is complete.
Determine Which Stdole Files Are Missing
This problem may occur if one or more of the following files are missing in the Windows System32 or WINNT System32 folder:
Follow the instructions below:
- Click Start > Search > Files or Folders.
- Type stdole*.tlb in the All or part of file name field to find missing files.
- In the Search in box, click drive C.
- Note missing files. File names are used in the following steps.
And then extract the missing stdole files from a CAB file using the Expand utility.
- Click Start > Run.
- Type CMD. Click OK.
- Go to the root folder on drive C, type cd\ or c : and press ENTER.
- Insert the Windows installation CD.
- Type the extension cd_drive_letter:\i386\filename.tl_ drive:\Windows\system32\filename.tlb, and press ENTER, where cd_drive_letter is your CD drive, filename is the name of one of the missing stdole files (stdole32, stdole2, stdole2, stdole) you want to expand, and the drive is the drive letter of the drive where Windows is installed. For example
- Repeat step 5 for each missing Stdole file.
- Enter the exit.
- Restart your computer.
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