Broadcom WIDCOMM Bluetooth Error 1935

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Hi Dear, I am running Windows 7 AMD 64 bit and I got the below error every time I tried to install the Broadcom WIDCOMM Bluetooth driver software in my computer.  

I tried to reinstall but  it didn’t fix at all. 

WIDCOMM Bluetooth Software Installer Information

Error 1935. An error occurred during the installation of assembly.

'Policy. 8.0. Microsoft. VC80. CRT, type="win32-policy", version=

"8.050727.42", publicKeyToken="1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b', processor Architecture="amd64". Please ref.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #123611

Broadcom WIDCOMM Bluetooth Error 1935

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Hi

This error might occur because of some background programs in your computer. In order to fix this problem you have to delete these kinds of programs on your computer. To do that simply you can use an anti-spyware application

Go to below link if you want to download any anti-spyware applications

Windows Defender Microsoft Windows

You can find these programs with using the run dialog box. (Go to start and select run) In the run dialog box give appwiz.cpl and OK the dialog box.

It will show you the list of spyware programs in currently installed programs. Select the remove section of the window to delete the programs.

After that delete all the temporary files related to the programs.

Or else

You can fix this problem by using a register cleaner, to download a register cleaner visit the below site.

Download CCleaner Registry Cleaner Software

Answered By 0 points N/A #123612

Broadcom WIDCOMM Bluetooth Error 1935

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Hello Diazee,

To correct that issue, you will need to clear the log.

  • First, you will need to open an Administrator command prompt. You will do that by right-clicking Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt and then choose "Run as Administrator".
  • After that you will need to click "Allow" for the elevation prompt
  • And then go to the command prompt and type the following command: fsutil resource setautoreset true C:
  • That is assuming that C: is the drive in which Windows has been installed.
  • After that you will reboot the system, and then install the software and check.


Regards,

Carl

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