Error 30125-4 generally occurs during Microsoft Office/ Windows installation, uninstallation, usage or update. We have discussed below the steps on how to fix error.
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1. Disable Proxy
To check if you are behind proxy open Command Prompt.
Press Win key + R and type CMD
In command prompt type this command: netsh winhttp import proxy source=ie
If you see “Error writing proxy settings. (5) Access is denied.” this message means you should simple try disabling the Proxy setting in Internet Explorer and error 30125-4 should be fixed.
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2. Register DLL Dependencies
Sometimes during office installation or Windows update some of the DLL (Dynamic Link Library) get missed and are not properly registered in Windows. As a result of which Microsoft Office will be unable to start. Please refer the error log above for detailed explanation:
To register the missing DLL simply Press Win Key + R and Type:
3. Try the installation again.
In most case the error code error 30125-4 should be resolved by now. If however the problem still persists you can contact our 24×7 Tech Support for resolving the issue.
error 30125-4 Affects following Office Products : PowerPoint, Word, Access, Outlook, OneNote, Excel, Publisher
error 30125-4 can occur in following operating systems: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Microsoft Surface Education, Windows Update Error
Entry ID: 6003299 – Last Review: 22/05/2015 – Revision: 5.1