When you attempt to install the Office fails, an error message typically tries to explain the reason. There are many reasons due to which the error code 30180-4 persists. Usually, the error persists due to the system files damage or corruption or previous installation files not removed properly. Here is the list of steps to fix the error. Follow the steps to resolve the error after finishing each troubleshooting step.
Troubleshooting steps to resolve MS Office error code 30180-4
When you install the MS Office, you may see error code 30180-4 if a previous installation of Office is failed. Here are some of the steps that you can try to fix error code 30180-4.
Common reasons for error code 30180-4
- Firewall or Antivirus program might be blocking the MS Office installation.
- Partial/failed repair\incomplete installation\change\removal of a previous Internet connection or proxy settings are preventing from installing MS Office.
- MS Office suite can prevent from installing a newer version.
Follow the below steps to resolve the MS office error code 30180-4
Step 1: Repair your MS office App
The error code 30180-4 will be resolved when MS Office repair tool replaces all the damaged or corrupted system files. Follow the below steps to run repair tool to resolve the error.
- Go to the Control Panel using Start.
- Click on the option of Programs and choose the option of Programs and Features.
- Click on the MS Office software that you want to repair.
- At last click on the option of Change.
- Choose the option of Quick Repair and click on the Repair. If Quick Repair didn’t fix the error code 30180-4,choose the option of Online Repair and click on the Repair.
Step 2: Remove the Microsoft Office manually to resolve the error code 30180-4
If the error code 30180-4 is re-occurring then you can continue with the following steps to remove the MS Office program from your device.
Step 3: Remove the Windows Installer packages
- Find the MS Office 16 installation folder, classically situated in C:\Program Files\.
- Right-click on the Microsoft Office 16 folder and choose the option of Delete.
Step 4: Eliminate all the MS office scheduled tasks
- Go to the Command Prompt window as an administrator.
- At the command prompt, type the following instructions and press the Enter button after each one:
- schtasks.exe /delete /tn “\Microsoft\Office\Office Click To run Service Monitor”
schtasks.exe /delete /tn “\Microsoft\Office\Office Automatic Updates”
schtasks.exe /delete /tn “\Microsoft\Office\Office Subscription Maintenance”
Step 5: Use Task Manager to end the Click-to-Run tasks
- Go to the Task Manager and have a click on the Process tab
If the following processes are running, then have a right-click on each one, and then click on the End task after you choose each process.
Step 6: Delete the MS Office files
- Go to the Windows logo key + R to open the Run dialog box.
- In the Open box, enter the %Program Files%, and then click on OK.
- Delete the Microsoft Office 16 folder.
- Open the Run dialog box and enter %Program Files(x86)%, and then have a click on OK button.
- Again, Delete the Microsoft Office folder.
Step 7: Eliminate the MS office registry sub keys
- Go to the Registry Editor.
- Delete the following registry sub keys:
- Delete the MS office key
Step 8: Download and install the MS office
- Go to the “My Account” page
- Select the option of Install.
- Click on the option of Run or the equivalent depending on the browser that you’re using.
- When you see that you are good to go, click on the option of All done.
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