Error In Cloudsetup.exe Installation Process

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To make my documents accessible automatically on my personal computer I installed icloudstup.exe, but I found error displayed, I am not able to understand.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #313023

Error In Cloudsetup.exe Installation Process

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The solutions are

  • Firstly, troubleshoot the device to find out the problem. Then scan, and fix it.
  • You can also turn off antivirus for a while and then run as administrator the cloud setup.
  • If the problem occurs in your Apple software, then go for Apple update which would repair the software and resolve the issue.
  • Following steps can also help you. Download a system repair tool>>>start scanning of the issues>>> repair all.
  • You can install Revo installer pro if required. Then uninstall all the software’s, reboot the system, and lastly, install all software’s again.
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Error In Cloudsetup.exe Installation Process

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That error is related to a feature that is not available in your operating system. If you want to install iCloud, check that your computer meets the requirements. For Windows users, iCloud supports Windows 7 and Windows 10. Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 8.x are not supported.

It is compatible with iTunes 12.7 or higher, Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 until 2016, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox 45 or higher, and Google Chrome 54 or higher.

For Mac users, it supports OS X 10.13 High Sierra and higher and compatible with iTunes 12.7, Safari 9.1 or higher, Mozilla Firefox 45 or higher, Google Chrome 54 or higher, and iWork for Mac (Pages 5.5 or later, Numbers 3.5 or later, Keynote 6.5 or later). If your computer meets the requirements, download iCloud for Windows. Also, try updating your operating system.

If you have Windows 7, download Windows 7 Service Pack 1. This is the latest and only Service Pack update for Microsoft Windows 7. After updating to Service Pack 1, download Platform Update for Windows 7.

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