Avira users encounter Avira error code 2753 while trying to install some programs and applications on Windows PC. The error mostly occurs during the installation or uninstallation of Windows. Windows display this error when it perceives a file in the temp folder to be a duplicate copy of a file already in use.
Sometimes, an accidental shutdown of Windows can cause this error. Users of Windows 7, 8, 10, 2000, XP, Vista, and ME are common victims of this error. As the error can originate from several sources, it is arduous to find the actual cause of this issue. When users face this error, their computer keeps on freezing periodically. Windows begun to respond slowly to its input devices and the active program window crashes frequently.
Probable Causes of Avira Error Code 2753
Windows can display this error if it is running an out of date antivirus. Malicious programs like virus, malware or spyware might enter your PC and corrupt the system files or Registry entries.
A corrupted download or improper installation of Windows is a primary reason behind this error. According to many users Windows encounter this error while reinstalling a program or upgrading sync client to a higher version.
Effective Ways to Fix Avira Error Code 2753
You can resolve this error by any of the following solutions.
Method 1: Use Command Prompt
- Click the Start menu, type ‘cmd’ in the search bar and press ‘Enter.’
- Select Command Prompt(Admin) and enter ‘regsvr32 vbscript.dll’ in the Command Prompt window.
- You will receive a ‘DllRegisterServer in vbscript.dll succeeded; message.
- If Windows does not display the above message, then enter the command mentioned in step 2.
- Close the Command Prompt window and try to reinstall the program that Windows failed to install.
- Move to the next method if the error triggers.
Method 2: Fix Corruption in Windows Registry
A virus or malware present on your PC can modify or corrupt one or more Windows Registry entries. As a result, it leads to undesirable effects and interrupts the program installation. It is an extremely risky affair to repair the Registry entries.
Moreover, it might erase the data stored on your PC. Thus, we would recommend to backup your PC and repair the Registry by a special tool.
- Go to the Start menu, type ‘command’ in the search bar but do not press ‘Enter.’
- Now, hold both the ‘Ctrl and Shift’ keys and hit ‘Enter’ on the keyboard.
- If a permission box appears, then click on ‘OK’ to continue.
- Type ‘regedit’ in the resulting popup and press ‘Enter.’
- On the Registry Editor, select error code 643 related key and choose ‘Export’ under the ‘File’ menu.
- Go to the ‘Save In’ list and select a folder for saving the Windows update backup key.
- Navigate to the ‘File Name’ box and more net a name for the backup file and click the ‘Save’ button.
- After that, move to the ‘Export Range’ box and make sure that the ‘Selected branch’ is chosen.
- Tap the ‘Save’ button to save a backup of the Windows Update Registry entry with a ‘.reg file extension.
- Repeat the above steps if there is more than one affected Registry entry.
- Now, visit Microsoft’s website and download a tool for editing the Windows Registry.
- Install the tool on your PC and run it to fix the corrupted Windows Registry entry.
Method 3: Restore the System to a Previous State
A system restore can undo recent system changes and take back the Windows Operating System to a correct working state.
- Go to the Start menu, type ‘System Restore’ in the search box and press ‘Enter.’
- On the ‘System Restore’ window, click the ‘Restore system files and settings’ link.
- Tap the ‘Next’ button and select a most recent restore point when your PC was working fine.
- Click ‘OK’ to confirm the restore point and the system will automatically restart after the restore point is created.
Method 4: Run System File Checker Tool
- Enter ‘cmd’ in the search box to open the Command Prompt.
- Type ‘sfc/scannow’ in the Command Prompt and press ‘Enter’ to launch the System File Checker tool.
- Then, wait for the being when the tool scans your PC and fix the corrupted system file in it.
- Restart the Windows and try to install the particular program.
- Hope, Windows will non longer display Avira Error Code 2753 and install the program successfully.
Hope, we are able to provide you with sufficient ways of getting rid of Avira error code 2753. You can safely apply the same set of solutions for Windows 7, 8, and 10 OS.