11/19/2009 6358 views
Hello Experts,

While working on an application I am getting error 1935. Pulling my hair to resolve this.

The error says: Error 1935. An error occured during the installation of assembly 'Microsoft.MSXML2,processorArchitecture="x86", publickeyToken="6bd6b9abf345378f", version="",type="win32". Please refer to Help and Support for more information. HRESULT: 0x800736CC.

Any help would be appreciated.

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If the application is .Netframework, then resolution is on MS site:
Answered 11/19/2009 by: VMGupta
Senior Yellow Belt

One has to utterly despise vendors who suggest disabling AV/firewall products when installing software. Do they think for even a nansecond before offering that advice? Jeez.......

Moving on, error number 0x800736CC (decimal -2147956428) :

A component's file does not match the verification information present in the component manifest.

You would typically see this message if the source media or drive was faulty or, in rare cases, one of the machine's RAM modules was flaky. At one time, it was a commonly reported fault for XP installs.

Would this be SCCM/ConfigMgr, by any chance? That downloads a CAB file containing an XML file for its manifest. It then extracts that file and begins to parse it. Does the target machine have the MS XML parser installed? I imagine you might see a similar error if it doesn't...
Answered 11/20/2009 by: VBScab
Red Belt

Thanks for the response,

Yes the MSXML parser is installed on the target machine and it still gets the same error.

Answered 11/20/2009 by: WEK76V
Senior Yellow Belt


Reboot the machine and install the application again. Now it will install the application. It happens due to the VC++ (All GAC realted files) related files will not be registrered in the machine properly. To check the error create a log file u can see this inforamtion in it.Hope it will help you.

Answered 01/24/2014 by: Mallikarjun
Orange Belt