Do you like to uninstall any app from the windows 10 yourself?
You can go ahead. Bear in mind that several challenges would pop up to make it an uphill battle. And if you’re a naïve, your way ahead would not be a smooth sailing. You would need the helping hand of a computer repair expert. Otherwise, it won’t happen as seamlessly as you think an expert can do.
So, here we’re with a few really awesome IT solutions to repair Windows 10. You can apply these troubleshooting tips while uninstalling an app. The most common error that retards further processing is the “Error opening installing log file. Verify that the specified log file location exists and is writable.”
You can encounter the aforesaid error message while uninstalling any app that you don’t want to use. By knowing its root cause, you can come with a possible solution. So, let’s walk through the possible causes that would make no good to its uninstallation process.
Why does that Windows 10 error appear?
Except an IT engineer, it’s a bit difficult to identify the appropriate reason of this problem. So, let’s catch a cursory look over its causes. In line with them, I’ve tried to mention the way you can head start troubleshooting that IT problem.
1.On the spur deletion of the heap:
You might be aware of what the word heap means. It symbolizes collection. Every computer application comes with the heap that stands for a pre-allocated space for the Windows application. You may have accidently deleted that heap of the Windows Installer’s application. Thereby, it fails to fetch the log file where it is stored. This is why its engine takes you back to the drawing board for uninstalling the application. It engine can’t write the uninstallating log file in its absence.
How to combat it?
You can come out of this hot water by repairing your system’s installer. How? Catch these tips:
Write to the location properly while mentioning the appropriate file name as:
Here, MSI stands for the Microsoft Software Installation package file. It is stored with an extension .msi. When it goes missing or deleted, this problem opens a can of worm. The Windows installer engine observes this issue. You can scan this problem and fix it using these tricks:
1.Go to the Start menu.
2.Open the CMD window by typing Command Prompt.
3.Click the filter tab in the up right.
4.Select Run as Administrator.
5.Type set TEMP+%temp% in the black screen.
7.Carry on the installation procedure.
1.Press CTRL+ALT+DEL combination keys. The Task Manager will open.
2.Select the Process tab.
1.Tap the location of Msiexec.exe file to verify it. Search it from the Start menu’s search window.
Expand the + icons in the window.
These steps would help you register your MSIexec file again.