Windows 10 Error 1001
Windows 10 Error 1001 typically occurs when the user attempts to update, repair, or uninstall a specific program on a Windows system or laptop. The main cause of this problem is the corrupted installation of the previous program.
The error message:
"Error 1001. An exception occurred while uninstalling this exception will be ignored and the uninstallation will continue, however, the application may not be completely uninstalled after the uninstallation is completed."
As we know, the "1001" error usually occurs when the previous installation of a program is damaged or the Windows installation is not in a normal state or the system registry has been modified by malicious software. To resolve this issue and to install, reinstall, or upgrade the software normally on the system, you must follow the steps outlined below.
Steps to fix Windows 10 Error 1001 During Installation, Uninstall or Upgrade on Windows 7, 8, 8.1 & 10
Step 1: First of all you need to download and install Microsoft's Program Install and Uninstall FIX.
Step 2: Run the downloaded file: "MicrosoftProgram_Install_and_Uninstall.meta".
Step 3: Now, click the Next at first screen.
Step 4: At the next window, choose when the error 1001 occurred: During Installing or Uninstalling a program
Step 5: From the list of programs, you need to choose the program that you want to install or uninstall and click Next.
Step 6: After it, select Yes, try uninstall.
Step 7: now you need to verify that the Fix status says "Fixed". *
Step 8: Close the "Program Install and Uninstall troubleshooter" utility.
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