Author: fixitkb

“Something went wrong” is the most common error encountered by many users during office installation. Error “Something went wrong” occurs when your security software, firewall, proxy settings, connection, or third-party software... Read More

Error code 30088-29 or 30088-4 (123) occurs when other Office installation is conflicting, secuity software, firewall, proxy settings, connection or third party software prevent us from installing Office. Something went wrong.... Read More

Couldn’t install. We’re sorry, we had a problem installing your Office programs(s). Is your internet connection working? Do you have enough free space on your main hard drive? Please try... Read More

Couldn’t install. We’re sorry, we had a problem installing your Office programs(s). Is your internet connection working? Do you have enough free space on your main hard drive? Please try... Read More

Many users have reported getting the error “Cannot start Microsoft Outlook. Cannot open the Outlook window.” when attempting to launch Outlook on their device. You’ll only notice the cursor loading... Read More

Many users encounter an error prompt “Outlook cannot create file” when they attempt to open or save attachments in Outlook. The error “Outlook cannot create file” tends to appear due... Read More

Outlook users encounter an error whenever they attempt to open their calendar, Outlook stops responding or freezes and closes. Their Outlook crashes when opening calendar invitation and prompts an error... Read More

Many Microsoft Windows users often report that their PowerPoint application is prompting “Powerpoint found a problem with content in path/filename. Powerpoint can attempt to repair the presentation. If you trust... Read More

“Powerpoint found an error that it can’t correct. You should save presentations, quit, and then restart PowerPoint.” tend to prompts due to a corrupted PPT file. Sadly, even Microsoft suggests... Read More

Error message “Powerpoint can’t open this type of file” tends to pop up whenever you try to open a PPT(Powerpoint) file that you downloaded from the internet or email or... Read More