Windows® Installer for Windows® XP
Do you want to know how you can install Windows® installer in Windows® XP?
If you own a genuine copy of Windows® XP, you will also need many complementary programs for it. This is not because Windows® is unreliable and needs help. Nevertheless, having such a great operating system without benefiting from its facilities is a pity. Just be sure you install all your software correctly. You might think that this is an easy task, but you should always have Windows® installer to help you. If you do not have this software, be sure to find it immediately.
Here are some reasons because of which your Windows® installer is not installed in Windows® XP:
- You are using an older copy of Windows® XP
- The software is not installed properly
- A virus has affected your Windows® XP
You are using an older copy of Windows® XP
If your copy of Windows® is not genuine, your Windows® Updates will not work properly. This means that you cannot benefit from the greatest updates and new programs available on Microsoft®, and that includes service packs and useful firewall software. The Windows® installer is one of these programs, so if you get the message “Windows installer is not installed in XP,” your problem might just be due to the Windows® operating system installed on your PC. Purchase a license and enjoy your Windows® XP at its fullest. Even if you do not experience problems, you might need an update on your installer from time to time, as newer applications are using newer installer programs. At a later point, you would not be able to install any new software because of this.
The software is not installed properly
This is the most common problem if your Windows® installer is not installed in Windows® XP edition. Usually the system gives you that message for all the problems. Nevertheless, sometimes, the real problem might be that the Windows® Installer is not properly set up. Especially if you downloaded this software from an untrustworthy source, your copy might be corrupted. In addition, it can contain viruses and other kind of malicious software. Just be sure you have a genuine copy of Windows® installer or download it directly from the official website of Microsoft®. Of course, you cannot do that without a genuine copy of Windows® XP also, but buying such software is important if you want to enjoy all the facilities of Windows®.
Again, this problem is related to bad software kits. Many people are not aware that software kits are the best places for viruses to hide. This is because they come in archive forms, so a worm or a Trojan might easily be added to the main program. If you do not want a program of this kind, be sure you are always downloading kits from some trustworthy sources. Also, purchase an antivirus if you want total online and offline protection.