Sometimes users of Microsoft Office or Office 365 may run into error 30010-4 when installing Office. The error may appear with a fresh install when you upgrade your Office installation. If you find a problem to resolve this issue, follow the solutions in this tutorial to fix Office error code 30010-4.
What is the cause for Office error 30010-4?
The error may appear with a fresh install when you upgrade your Office installation. The Office error code 30010-4, occurs due to a corrupted Office setup in case of a new installation, or corrupted existing Office installation files in case of an upgrade. No matter which version of Microsoft Office you are trying to install, you could get this error on Windows 11 as well as Windows 10 PC.
Fix Office Error Code 30010-4
To fix Office error code 30010-4 in Windows 11/10, follow the suggestions given below:
- Restart your computer and reinstall Office
- Uninstall and reinstall Office
- Use the Offline Installer to install Office.
1] Restart your computer and reinstall Office
Restart your computer.
Then Reinstall Office.
2] Uninstall and reinstall Office
There may be some components (software) left after a previous installation that may prevent you from installing a new package of Office. Using the Microsoft Support and Recovery Assistant Tool will assist you to completely uninstall Office.
Follow the steps below to download the Microsoft Support and Recovery Assistant.
Open this hyperlink Click on this link to download the tool from Microsoft.
On the top right corner of your Edge browser, you will see the Office uninstall support tool ( SetupProd_OffScrub.exe) downloaded.
Select the version you want to uninstall, then click Next.
Follow through with the remaining screens, then restart your computer.
After restarting your computer, the uninstall tool automatically reopens to complete the final step of the uninstall process. Follow the remaining instructions.
Close uninstall tool.
Reinstall Microsoft Office.
3] Use the Offline Installer
If the above does not help, then the Offline installer may help avoid potential proxy, antivirus, firewall, or internet connections issues during an Office installation.
To download the Offline Installer, go to www.Office.com and sign in with your account.
If you have an Office Microsoft 365 subscription, select Install Office, you will also need to select Install Office on the Installs page.
In the Download and install window, select Offline installer and select a language.
Then select Install.
On your browser window, select Save in Edge, Open when done in Chrome, Save File in Firefox, and the file will begin download on your PC.
Open File Explorer and locate a new virtual drive, for example (D:).
If you do not see the new drive, locate the image file and double-click it.
The new drive will appear in the directory.
Select the Office folder from the virtual drive, and choose Setup32.exe (32-bit) or Setup64.exe (64-bit).
Once you see the message, “you’re all set,” you can access your Office applications.
Microsoft Office is activated once you have started an application and after clicking Accept to Agree to License terms.
After activating Office and before starting using it, ensure it has the latest updates.
Follow the steps below to update Office.
Launch an Office application.
Click File > Account.
Click Update options, then select Update now.
Related: Office installation error codes 30102-11, 30102-13, 30103-11 or 30103-13
Could not start your Office installation another installation is in progress?
This error occurs when you try to install the Office app, even when another version of installation is in progress. In other words, you need to terminate the first installation process in order to run the second one. It is possible to do that with the help of the Task Manager.
We hope this tutorial helps you understand how to fix the Microsoft Office error code 30010-4 in Windows 11/10.