This document explains how to fix Microsoft Office Error code 20175-4 (19) if it is not working correctly or throwing an unexpected error while installing or launching office. This solutions applies for Office Home, Office Personal, Office University, Office Academy, Office for business, Office Professional, Office Professional Plus, Office 365, Office 2013, and Office 2016. The error code 20175-4 (19) generally occurs while installing Office, Upgrading office, Opening Office, launching Office, removing/uninstalling Microsoft office or while applying windows updates. This error applies to all Microsoft office Products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Access, Project, Publisher, Visio, Infopath) and the error generally occurs in Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP and other Microsoft Windows Editions.

Error InformationError Descripton
20175-4 (19) Error Code Log
Avg. Time to Resolve Issue   30 mins
Difficulty Hard
Log Name: Microsoft Office <version> 5.53
Source: Incompatible System Files
Event ID: 4938
Task Category: (802)
Level: Memory Level
User: <Windows username>
Description:
  • Faulting application name: Microsoft Office <Application name>, version: 3.7.7572.32020, time stamp: 0×85589855
  • Faulting module name: Office error.dll, version: 4.5.5789.59259, time stamp: 0×78976288, time stamp: 0×23421485
  • Exception code: 0xe03c541e
  • Fault offset: 0xe01b717f
  • Faulting process ID: 0×088
  • Faulting application start time: 0x18ffce6c93834909
  • Faulting application path: ~<userpath>
  • Faulting module path: ~C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\<appname>
  • Report ID: g6e67e48-5578-44a2-1477-1778cdb2e478
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Symptoms of Error Code

  • You will receive an Error Message “Something went wrong” while opening/installing Microsoft Office
  • Slows down overall Windows speed
  • Ms Office Application Will Stop.

Cause of 20175-4 (19) Error Code

  • Corrupt Office installation
  • Slow ISP Connection
  • System DLL files conflict

How to Resolve Error Code 20175-4 (19)

Disclaimer
The steps given below should be followed under strict supervision of a Computer Expert. We are not responsible if anything goes wrong with your PC following the steps. All the steps given above are indicative and should resolve the problem in most cases.  You can contact our 24×7 technical support for guaranteed resolution of the issue.
Step 1 Check for corrupt system files:

1. Press Windows Key + R and Type cmd
2. Click OK.
open command prompt3. In command Prompt Copy following commands (Simply select the command and hold Ctrl+C and press Ctrl+V in command prompt)

 sfc /scannow 

sfc scannow
The system will take some time to check. Let it run for a while. If it finds any issues in “system” integrity it will automatically fix it.
Note: You will need Administrator Access to Run the above command. Simply Right Click on cmd button and select “Run as Administrator

 You can contact our 24×7 customer support for any help during the whole process. 

Step 2 How to perform Disk cleanup

1. Goto My Computer. Right click on System location and select Properties.
How to Resolve 20175-4 (19) 2. Click on Disk Cleanupoption button.
Step Fix 20175-4 (19)3. Drive Selection Box will pop up. Select your OS drive and Press OK.
Select Drive for Diskcleanup4. Select all the check boxes and press OK.

Tick All Boxes and Press OK

Step 3 Check Proxy Server Settings:

1. In Start Searchbox type CMD
2. Click on CMD.
Office Resolve Error Proxy Check 3. In command Prompt Copy following commands (Simply select the command and press ctrl+c and press ctrl+v in command prompt)

 netsh winhttp show proxy 

Check Proxy Setting

Note: You will need Administrator Access to Run the above command. Simply Right Click on cmd button and select “Run as Administrator

If you get the message “Direct Access (no proxy server)“, continue to the next step otherwise disable proxy from Network Settings.

 You can contact our 24×7 customer support for any help during the whole process. 

In most cases error code 20175-4 (19) should be resolved by following above steps. If however the issue still persists it means there is some critical issue with your system which needs to be fixed manually and is recommended to be done by an experienced Computer Technician.

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Last Updated: 26/02/2016
Solution ID: 194070

 

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