Error 1406 Microsoft Office 2010

Posted on 2011-02-20
Last Modified: 2014-01-24
While installing Office 2010, about 3/4 the way through this message pops up.  "Error 1406: Setup cannot write the value Assembly to the Registry Key...."

Any help?
Question by:Midwest
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ID: 34939829
First, be sure you are installing it from an Adminstrator account.

Then read this:
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Expert Comment

ID: 34939833
If you need more ideas, please post the rest of the error message for us to see.  The registry key name matters.

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ID: 34939906
\Software\Classes\CLSID\{3B06E945-E47C....}\InprocServer32\  Verify that you have sufficient permissions to access the registry ...
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Midwest earned 0 total points
ID: 34939950
Did systems restore and then tried to install and it worked.

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ID: 34978086
System restore and then installed.

Expert Comment

ID: 35189999
Having the same issue.  How old was your restore Point...?

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ID: 39807642
This worked for me today! Thank you.

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