Methods for Error Code 30103-11 in MS Office Installation

Methods for Error Code 30103-11 in MS Office Installation

 When your effort to install MS Office fails, an error message usually tries to explain the cause. There are many details that could cause the error code 30103-11. Usually, error persists due to the corruption of system files or due to the previous installation files not eliminated properly.

Steps to fix MS office error code 30103-11

When you install MS Office from the official website of office.com/setup, you may see error code 30103-11 if a previous installation of the MS Office is failed. Here are some things you can try to fix error code 30103-11.

Common reasons for error code 30103-11

  • Firewall or Antivirus software might be blocking the MS Office installation.
  • Proxy settings or Internet Connection are preventing from installing MS Office.
  • Pre-existing version of an MS Office suite is blocking the installation.
  • Partial/Incomplete/failed/repair/removal/change of a previous MS Office suite can avoid installing a newer version.

Steps are given below to troubleshoot the error code 30103-11

Repair your MS office app

  • Go to the Start button and open the control panel
  • Click on the option of Programs and choose Programs and Features.
  • Click on the MS Office product which you want to repair.
  • Click on the option of Change.
  • Choose Quick Repair and click on the option of Repair.

If Quick Repair didn’t fix the error code 30103-11, Choose the Online Repair and click on Repair.

Eliminate MS office

  • Go to the Start button and choose the option of Control Panel
  • Click on the option of Programs and choose Programs and Features.
  • Choose MS Office Suite and click on the option of Remove

Steps to remove MS Office manually to resolve the error code 30103-11

Step 1: Eliminate the Windows Installer packages

  • Find the MS Office installation folder which is typically located in C:\Program Files\.
  • Right-click on the Microsoft Office folder and choose the option of date

Step 2: Eliminate the MS office scheduled tasks

  • Go to the Command Prompt window as an administrator.
  • At the command prompt, type the following commands and click on the option of  Enter after each one:

schtasks.exe /delete /tn “\Microsoft\Office\Office Automatic Updates”

schtasks.exe /delete /tn “\Microsoft\Office\Office Subscription Maintenance”

schtasks.exe /delete /tn “\Microsoft\Office\Office ClickToRun Service Monitor”

Step 3: Use Task Manager to end the tasks of Click-to-Run

  • Go to the Task Manager.
  • Click on the Process tab
  • If the following processes are running, have a right-click on each one, and then click on the End task after you choose a process

Step 4: Delete the MS Office files

  • Click on the option of Windows logo key + R to open the Rundialog box.
  • In the Open box, enter %ProgramFiles%, and then click on OK button.
  • Delete the folder of MS office
  • Open the Rundialog box, and  type %ProgramFiles(x86)%, and then click on the OK button

Step 5: Delete the registry sub keys of MS office

  • Go to the Registry Editor
  • Delete the following registry subkeys:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\ClickToRun

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\AppVISV

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office

  • Delete the MS Office key.

Step 6: Delete the shortcuts of Start Menu

  • Go to the Command Prompt window as an administrator.
  • Type %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs, and then press Enter.
  • Delete the “Microsoft Office 2016 Tools” folder.

Download and install the MS office

  • Go to the official website of MS office and choose the option of My Account
  • Select the option of Install
  • Click on the RUNor the equivalent depending on the browser you’re using.
  • When you see You’re good to go, click on the All done option

Kaylee Smith is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cybersecurity, malware, social engineering, Games,internet and new media. He writes for Ms-Office products at www.office.com/setup or office.com/setup .

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