Microsoft Office is a suite of productivity applications that make it easy to work at home and in the office. Each application provides its users with various services, such as creating documents, spreadsheets, and even receiving e-mail.
Unfortunately, like any other application, Microsoft Office is prone to errors. One such common error is error 30094-1015, which occurs when users try to install Office programs.
If you are facing the 30094-1015 error on your device, you are in the right place.
What causes the Microsoft Office 30094-1015 error
- Corrupt Office files
- DNS problem
- Anti-virus software or firewall may be blocking the installation of the Office.
- Internet connection or proxy settings prevent Office from installing.
- The existing version of Office is blocking the installation.
To resolve Microsoft Office error 30094-1015
Restore your office application
Error code 30094-1015 is fixed when the Office recovery tool replaces all corrupted system files. Follow these steps to run the repair tool to fix the error.
- Open the Control Panel by clicking Start.
- Click Programs, then select Programs and Features.
- Click on the Office product you want to repair.
- Click on Edit.
- Select Quick Fix, and then click Repair. If Quick Fix did not fix error code 30094-1015, select Repair Online and then click Repair.
Uninstall an office application
- Open the Control Panel from the start
- Click Programs and select Programs and Features.
- Select Office Suite and click Uninstall.
Remove Windows installation packages
- Locate the Office 16 installation folder, which is usually located in C:Programs.
- Right-click the Microsoft Office 16 folder and select Uninstall.
Delete scheduled office tasks
- As an administrator, open a command prompt window.
- At the command prompt, type the following commands, then press Enter after each command:
- schtasks.exe / delete / tn “MicrosoftOfficeOffice automatic updates”.
- schtasks.exe / delete / tn “MicrosoftOfficeOffice subscription support”.
- schtasks.exe / delete / tn “Monitoring MicrosoftOfficeOffice ClickToRun service”.
Use the Task Manager to stop task execution by clicking
- Open the Task Manager.
- Click on the Processes table.
- If the following processes are running, right-click on each of them and then click End Task after selecting each process.
Delete office files
- Click the Windows logo button + R to open a circular dialog box.
- In the window that opens, type %ProgramFiles% and click OK.
- Delete the Microsoft Office 16 folder.
- Delete the Microsoft Office folder.
- Open the Round dialog box, type %ProgramFiles(x86)%, and click OK.
- Delete the Microsoft Office folder.
Delete the Office registry subfolders
- Open the registry editor.
- Delete the following registry subkeys:
- Then delete the Office key.
Remove the Start menu shortcuts
- Open a command prompt window as an administrator.
- Type %ALLUSERSPROFILE%MicrosoftWindowsStartmenuPrograms and press Enter.
- Delete the “Microsoft Office 2016 Tools” folder.
Download and install Office
- Log in to the My Account page.
- Select Install.
- Click Run or the equivalent, depending on the browser you’re using.
- When you see “You’re ready,” click “Done.”
Frequently Asked Questions
- Remove Windows installation packages.
- Remove scheduled office tasks.
- Use Task Manager to stop task clicks.
- Delete Office files.
- Delete Office registry subcategories.
If you're having trouble installing Office on your PC, try restarting your computer and then try installing Office again. If that doesn't work, use this simple recovery tool to completely uninstall Office. Once the uninstallation is complete, try reinstalling Office.
- Select Start -> Control Panel -> System and Security -> Windows Update.
- In the Windows Update window, select either Important Updates Available or Additional Updates Available.
- Select Install updates.
- Restart your device. Repeat these steps until the installation of updates is complete.
If Microsoft Office 365, 2016 or 2013 no longer works or doesn't open on your PC, you can try Office recovery directly to resolve the issue in Windows 10/8/7: right-click Office 365, Office 2016 or Office 2013 -> select "Change"; click "Restore via Internet" -> click "Restore".