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Windows 7: windows installer/uninstaller incredibly slow suddenly

29 Nov 2015   #1
borgqueenx

Windows Seven
 
 
windows installer/uninstaller incredibly slow suddenly

I cannot uninstall or install apps and programs anymore without waiting a LONG time until they finish. at least 5 minutes. I have a very fast computer and this doesn't make any sense. maybe something wrong with the register or windows installer itself. is there something i can try or do to fix this problem?


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29 Nov 2015   #2
Baddog22556

Windows 7
 
 

Someone solved that problem like this: downloaded RegEasyCleanerand
in System fix tab chose Easy repair wizard, and then "The Windows installer service cannot be
accessed" box checked.
I download that app and ran installer can not be accessed with no problems.
Just be careful of any registry deletions you may want to make.
Good luck.
I'm sorry but this edition of RegEasyCleaner will not do many things without buying it.
I never buy any software so I'm sure there is something similar out there.
I use Free EasyCleaner but it didn't have that specific installer fix.
Hopefully it will clear your installer problem.
I just used IOBit Uninstaller to get rid of RegEasyCleaner.
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