How to fix Error code 30034-4 in Office 2016 2013 365?

Microsoft Office is a widely used productivity suite. 90% of the computer users use MS Office, its applications and services for their personal and professional use. These services allow a user to create a document, spreadsheet, presentation, communicate with their clients and a lot of other stuff without using any other third-party application. Since its launch, Microsoft has rolled out several Office versions. Every Office version has different specifications that have been provided keeping in mind the diverse specifications of the home and business PC.

The recent versions of Office, i.e. 2013, 2016 and 365 have some of the exciting features that have made them a preferred choice of the Office users. Even those who were using the older version of Office are upgrading to these versions. Moreover, Office 365 has contributed remarkably in Microsoft revenue. With Office 365, you can have full control over advanced features like:

  • Chat with co-workers in Office applications only
  • Converting OneNote items into Outlook calendar events
  • Real-time co-authoring
  • Using your mouse as a laser pointer for better PowerPoint presentations and more

Besides these amazing features, you can encounter a number of errors in these Office versions. Some of them can be fixed manually, while for others you need help of a certified technician. One of the common errors among them is error code 30034-4. Thankfully, you can fix this error manually by using the below mentioned steps:

Cause

Error code 30034-4 occurs when there some problem in the system files, which results in the incompatibility of system files and Office files.

Solution

To troubleshoot this issue, follow the below mentioned steps:

Step 1

  • Click Start
  • Type inetcpl.cpl and hit Enter
  • Now, click on the “Security” tab inetcpl security
  • Click on the button labeled “Reset all zones to default level”, available at the bottom of the screen
  • Now click OK

Step 2

  • Open the run box by typing Windows key+R
  • Type the command “%systemroot%\temp” and hit Enter
  • Click on OK/Yes/Allow/Continue button, if asked
  • This will open the temp folder
  • Remove all the temporary files available in the folder and skip those you are unable to delete
  • Now, open the run again by pressing Windows + R key together
  • Enter the command “%temp%” (ignore the inverted commas)
  • Click Ok
  • Delete the temporary files shown in the folder
  • You are good to go!

After trying the aforementioned solution, if you still face the same error, then contact Office Setup, Microsoft Support team and get the error fixed by a certified technician team. The best part of the support team is they are available 24*7, so you can contact them anytime as per your convenience.

Ellie Williams, the author of this article has interest in web designing and logo designing. She keeps a strict vigil on the upcoming tools and developments that help in designing websites, web pages, applications and more.

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