Explanation of Error 1620 on Windows Home

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Windows Home Error 1620 is actually the consequence of compilation of issues together with the Windows Tech Package.

The mistake will likely be the consequence of not having the best data files as well as adjustments that the pc requires to control this installing package.

This could possibly be attributable to this system’s installer becoming corrupted, or perhaps Windows Home being unable to operate the program correctly. Either way, you'll need to make sure that the particular set u is actually valid, and that your machine has the ability to run the program.

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This installation package could not be opened. Verify that the package exists and that you can access it, or contact the application vendor to verify that this is a valid Windows Installer package.

 

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Explanation of Error 1620 on Windows Home

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You are receiving this error message during the run setup.

Such type of error occurs if the name of the “sharing network” from which you are running Setup is more than 12 characters in length (13 characters or more). For example, you receive the error message if the path to Office Setup is:

\serverlong_share_nameOff2002CD1Setup.exe

In the given example the path name is 15 characters in length.

To resolve this problem, rename the “sharing network” from which you are running Setup. For example, Rename the network share to my_net. This makes the new path to Office Setup the following:
\servermy_netOff2002CD1Setup.exe

Because my_net is 6 characters, I am sure you will not receive the error message when you will run Setup for Office.

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