Solved: Error 1935. An error occurred during the installation of assembly component {B70

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If you are getting frustrated with an Adobe installation; just because you are getting an error before the setup finishes like shown below…

Error 1935. An error occurred during the installation of assembly component {B708EB72-AA82-3EB7-8BB0-D845BA35C93D}. HRESULT: 0x80070BC9


Though this is very strange; as software like Adobe have this bug in Adobe installation system…. and the solution they provide to overcome this situation is again very strange… but even so… it solves out the problem.

What Adobe says about the problem that it must be conflicting with one of your startup application or services and to over come this situation you need to stop all these before running the setup.

So now hot to disable startup application and services:

1. Close all application

2. Launch System Configuration utility.

Windows key+R

Type msconfig and hit Enter key

3. In the System Configuration window, click on Startup tab

4. Uncheck all the Startup items which are checked. Note down the items which you have unchecked as you will need to check them again after installation.

5. Click on Apply, OK and restart Windows.

6. Hopefully this will solve your problem if not you can try disabling services through the same window as you have completed in step 1-3 but from services tab… for this you not need to restart your system.   Enjoy….



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