How to Fix Internal Error 2753

Three Methods:Fixing Internal Error 2753 in Windows 8Fixing Internal Error 2753 in Windows 7Fixing Internal Error 2753 in Windows Vista

Internal error 2753 can sometimes occur on Windows computers when users are trying to install certain programs and applications. The error message is associated with Windows Installer problems, and can be corrected using Command Prompt.

Method 1
Fixing Internal Error 2753 in Windows 8

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    Swipe in from the right side of your screen and tap on “Search.
    • Point to the upper-right corner of your screen if you’re using a mouse, then move your mouse pointer downward and click on “Search.”
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    Type “cmd” into the search box, then tap or click on “Command Prompt. The Command Prompt window will display on-screen.[1]
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    Type the following command into Command Prompt: regsvr32 vbscript.dll
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    Press “Enter” to execute the command. Command Prompt will display a message that reads, “DllRegisterServer in vbscript.dll succeeded.”
    • If the command does not result in the above message, type the command again and press “Enter” to execute.
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    Close Command Prompt and attempt to reinstall the program or application that initially triggered the “internal error 2753” error message. The program will install successfully without displaying the error message.[2]
    • Reinstall Windows 8 if the error message continues to display after following the above steps using Command Prompt.

Method 2
Fixing Internal Error 2753 in Windows 7

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    Click on “Start” and type “Command Prompt” into the search field.
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    Click on “Command Prompt” when it displays in the list of search results. The Command Prompt window will display on-screen.[3]
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    Type the following command into Command Prompt: regsvr32 vbscript.dll
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    Press “Enter” to execute the command. Command Prompt will display a message that reads, “DllRegisterServer in vbscript.dll succeeded.”
    • If the command does not result in the above message, type the command again and press “Enter” to execute.
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    Close Command Prompt and attempt to reinstall the program or application that initially triggered the “internal error 2753” error message. The program will install successfully without displaying the error message.[4]
    • Reinstall Windows 7 if the error message continues to display after following the above steps using Command Prompt.

Method 3
Fixing Internal Error 2753 in Windows Vista

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    Click on “Start” and select “All Programs.
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    Click on “Accessories” and select “Command Prompt. The Command Prompt window will display on-screen.[5]
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    Type the following command into Command Prompt: regsvr32 vbscript.dll
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    Press “Enter” to execute the command. Command Prompt will display a message that reads, “DllRegisterServer in vbscript.dll succeeded.”
    • If the command does not result in the above message, type the command again and press “Enter” to execute.
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    Close Command Prompt and attempt to reinstall the program or application that initially triggered the “internal error 2753” error message. The program will install successfully without displaying the error message.
    • Reinstall Windows Vista if the error message continues to display after following the above steps using Command Prompt.

Tips

  • Malicious third-party software can sometimes corrupt Windows Installer and trigger occurrences of the “internal error 2753” error message. Keep updated anti-malware or anti-virus software running on your computer at all times to prevent and stave off attacks from malicious third parties.
  • In some cases, internal error 2753 may occur as a result of running an outdated version of Windows Installer on your computer. If your computer is not automatically set up to install and download new updates from Microsoft, download the latest version of Windows Installer at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=25.

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