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CAB Error 1335: Solutions to Help You Properly Install

 

With computers, sometimes errors occur when you are simply trying to upgrade your software. For example, if you are trying to install Windows XP or Microsoft Office 2000 on your computer, you may get a CAB Error 1335.

 

What Is CAB Error 1335?

A CAB Error 1335 is an error message that will pop up as you are trying to complete your upgrade of Windows XP or Microsoft Office 2000. The message will likely come up saying something along the lines of a file cannot be copied. Therefore, the end result will be a failed installation attempt.

 

What Causes CAB Error 1335 Problems?

There can be a multitude of reasons that you might end up seeing a CAB Error 1335. To start with, the CD of the program you are trying to install may be too dirty to read. Another likely reason for a CAB Error 1335 is your computer may have its CD ROM going bad. However, it may not be so simple and the problem may in fact lie in a problem with your computer’s memory. Whatever the cause, until you fix the problem, you will be unable to install the updated software on your computer.

 

Fixing CAB Error 1335

Depending on what is actually causing your CAB Error 1335 to occur, you may be able to fix the problem yourself. There are three methods in particular that will likely prove helpful to you and the one that works best for you will of course depend on your particular situation.

 

Solution 1: Test Your CD ROM Drive

Steps:

  1. Insert a different Microsoft software application into your CD ROM Drive.
  2. Attempt to install.
  3. If installation is successful, move to the next solution.
  4. If installation fails, attempt one more installation of another program.
  5. If failure occurs again, your CD ROM Drive is in need of replacement.

 

Solution 2: Clean Your Program’s CD

Steps:

  1. Take the failed program’s CD out of its case.
  2. Flip over to reveal shiny side with no letters or graphics.
  3. Use a soft cloth to gently clean any smudges and or debris off.
  4. Attempt to install again.

 

Solution 3: Change the Memory Setting on Your Computer

Steps:

  1. Start your computer.
  2. Click Start.
  3. Click Run.
  4. In the Open box, type ‘msconfig’.
  5. Click ‘OK’.
  6. Find the BOOT.INI tab.
  7. Click ‘Advanced Options.’
  8. Select the /MAXMEM= check box, and then change the setting to 256.
  9. Click ‘OK.’
  10. In the System Configuration Utility dialog box, click ‘Apply.’
  11. Click ‘OK.’
  12. Restart your computer to allow changes to go into effect.

 

 

One of these solutions will likely fix your CAB Error 1335 problems. Good luck!


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