28 January 2015
Solution to Windows Installer Error 1719
Published 28 January 2015
If you're using the Microsoft Windows XP operating system, there's a chance that at some point, you've encountered the following error: "The Windows Installer Service could not be accessed." This message is caused because of Error 1719 and can affect the installing and uninstalling of certain software programs. In this situation, you don't need to worry. There are several ways to fix it.
How Can You Fix Error 1719?
We can provide you two solutions below.
Solution one: Update Windows Registry
1.Click the msiserver.zip file, found in Resources, and save the file to your desktop.
2.Double-click the downloaded zip file to display its contents. Copy the contents of the zip file to the desktop.
3. Right-click the msiserver.reg file and select the "Merge" option from the context menu. Click the "Yes" button when the confirmation message appears on the screen.
4.Restart the computer when the process has completed. Wait for the operating system to load.
5.Click the Start button and then click the "Run" option. Type "cmd" in the text box and then press the "Enter" key.
6.Type "regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\msi" and then press the "Enter" key. Wait while Windows Vista re-registers the files.
Solution two: SmartPCFixer can fix this error effectively and efficiently.
SmartPCFixer™ monitors processes and boosts performance by managing Startup items, cleaning the Windows registry and optimizing System settings.
How to Fix Error 1719 with SmartPCFixer?
STEP 1 Download SmartPCFixer & Install it. (Note: If the download link doesn't work you may need to download it from a Download Mirror).
STEP 2 Scan Your PC for Errors.
STEP 3 Click the "Fix All" Button to Repair Your PC.
All in all, there's no doubt to choose SmartPCFixer which will help identify and fix Windows' invalid registry entries. By running Scan & Cleaner as part of scheduled maintenance, it will keep your PC from freezing or frequent crashes. Using it will reduce the probability of you getting a "blue screen", program not responding or lock up.