Error when Clicking Add/Remove Windows Component button

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I have this problem when I click the "Add/Remove Windows Component" button on the Add/Remove Programs:

Setup was unable to load the master information file

When I also press Ok I got another error stated below:

The application could not be initialized

What would be the possible cause of this problem? Lend me your knowledge with this.

 

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Error when Clicking Add/Remove Windows Component button

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Its a problem of your windows registry file. Because your windows registry file has been damaged by any reason. Now you need to use a uninstaller to uninstall your program . “Perfect Uninstaller” is one of the best of that.

If you use that it can remove your all file of that program that you want to remove fully. If you get any problem after that then you need to reinstall your windows perfectly & you must use a copy of genuine version of windows. Then you can get help & solution from Microsoft corporation. As you can get windows update automatically. It will help you to solve your problem & keep safe your PC from virus, Malware, Trojan, etc. 

Thank you.

Answered By 0 points N/A #86978

Error when Clicking Add/Remove Windows Component button

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This error occur if the file sysoc.inf is missing in the C/Windows/inf folder. Extracting a new copy of this file from a WINDOWS CD ROM is helpful.

You may use MSCONFIG to extract the  file.

  • Insert the window CD in the drive
  • Click start /run  and type CMD in the command prompt type this line

              expand X:i386sysoc.in_r CWindows Inf

              where x: is your CD-ROM drive letter.

              The above command assumes that windows is installed in C: drive.

  • If not, then change the path accordingly like that

             expand H:i386sysoc.in_ -r g:windowsinf

I hope you will find this solution helpful for your computer.

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