Question about Dell Inspiron One 2020 All-in-One Desktop
Problem programe files x86 in 64 bit
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"error 0x4001100200001005 if problems persists contact Dell support"
The reason you get a 0x400 error is because the OEM hard drive was replaced with a retail hard drive. OEM drives are "tattooed" or branded.. and the recovery media will search for it before installing. Prevents the spread (aka pirating) of OEM recovery media to computers that it did not ship with.
I got the same error when restoring an Inspiron 2330 Touch using the DVDs I created when the system was new.
In my case I had to boot to a Windows OS DVD, go into recovery console and open DISKPART
Perform the following steps to wipe the disk:
In recovery console, type DISKPART
At the diskpart prompt, type LIST DISK
Note the number of the disk you want to restore the OS to
Type SELECT DISK 0 (0 or whatever the number of the disk is)
It will say "Disk 0 is the selected disk"
When it finishes, exit, and retry the restoration.
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Installation or uninstallation of an application or game fails and gives the following error code:
This issue is due to a previous installation not finishing properly
Solution 1. Rename the Installshield folder
Make sure you've enabled Show hidden files and folders.
Find and rename the Installshield folder:
Windows 32-bit: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Installshield
Windows 64-bit: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Installshield
If there is an Installshield file in the Common Files folder, rename that one also (e.g. to Installshield_OLD).
Solution 2. Remove all traces of previous uninstall
If renaming the Installshield folder had no effect, find and delete any traces of uninstalled applications.
Alternatively, do a manual clean-up:
Close all running programs. Then clear the Temp folder (found via input of %temp% in Start > Search or Start > Run).
Use the Windows registry editor to delete registry entries related to the program.
Restart the computer.
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1. File is corrupt, bad, or missing.
2. File is not designed for your version of Windows.
3. File is a virus, worm, or other malware file.
4. Hardware incompatibility.
Step 1: Verify
that the program installation CD is clean. If the CD is dirty or bad,
you could get this error during the install and/or get this error after
the program has been installed because it was not copied properly onto
Step 2: Make
sure the program or file you're attempting to run does not contain the
same name as the long file name directory it is contained in. For
example, executing a file named "program" in the "program files"
directory can cause errors.
Step 3: If
you're trying to run a program that is not designed for your version of
Windows you may get this error. Although many older programs designed
to work in older versions of Windows will work with new versions of
Windows, unfortunately, not all programs will work.
· If the program is an older MS-DOS program or early Windows program you may get this error.
the program is designed for a 64-bit version of Windows and you're
running it in a 32-bit version of Windows, it will not work and generate
Step 4: Run an online scan for any threat and try to fix them
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