Kaspersky Error 1719
Kaspersky Error 1719 in Windows is one of the most common errors when users try to install antivirus software in Windows. In fact, this error is related to the Windows installer and occurs under the influence of both during the installation and uninstallation of the software. Also, mount when the MSIEXEC.EXE file "is missing or corrupted in the Windows registry. To remove or repair this error, users must follow the help to the specified repair procedure to effectively correct Kaspersky Error 1719.
- When the window does not work properly and the mouse and keyboard do not work properly.
- While you were running the Kaspersky Internet Security program, the system sometimes crashed.
- If the PC crashes regularly for a few seconds, the error also persists.
The error occurs when the Kaspersky Internet Security program is not completely downloaded.
- A virus or malware has been infected by the Kaspersky Internet Security window or program.
- RegistryPending the installation or uninstallation of the corrupted Windows registry of the Kaspersky Internet Security program.
Method 1: Reboot PC
- First, you simply have to go to the "Start" menu, then go to "Run" to open a command prompt.
- After, type "msiexec / unregister" in the command prompt and press the "Enter" button.
- Type "msiexec / regserver" and click on the "Enter" button again.
- You must now restart your computer to be able to see if a problem exists and resolve it.
Note: – One more thing is very crucial for you is that, for the 64-bit version of Windows 7, you will require running the following command:
By this command, you can re-register the 64-bit version of the installer.
Method 2: Boot Windows in Safe Mode
If the method 1 fails, then you should try to boot your Windows in “Safe Mode” (F8 during startup) and then repeat the previous steps.
- In your window, go to the “Start” button, and type“MSCONFIG” and press on “Boot” when the pop up dialog appear.
- Press on “Safe Boot”in “Boot Option” and choose “Network and Reboot the PC” option.
Method 3: Windows Registry Entry
- The next step to check is to check if the Windows registry entry really matches the location of the file on the hard drive.
- Then open the Windows registry and go to the "Start" menu, then "Run" and type "regedit".
- Hit "Enter" button, then you must search for the named registry key, such as:
"HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Services \ MSIServer"
- You must then check the "Data" for a value named "ImagePath". Make sure it contains the folders and file name of the "msiexec.exe" program, followed by "/ V".
- Check the actual location of the file on the disk and, if necessary, change the path in the Windows registry.
- Check that you can make a backup of the registry before you edit it.