Basically, when you install or update Microsoft Office returns you with this error. Many users reported that they encountered this error message “ERROR 1921: Service ‘MDM’.
In this scenario, verify if you have sufficient admin privileges to stop the system services.
Error 1921 is a general problem for Windows system. It will stop you from being able to install “Microsoft Office” and different programs on your computer.
It has a debugging feature which is known as “Microsoft Debug Manager” which controls and fixes the error codes.
There are several reasons behind the generation of this error code. However this error code particularly arises during the installation process of Office programs. Mostly, the duplicate programs flips the outlook signatures when you open different edition inspite of the first one. We reocmmend you to check for duplicate programs as well.
One of the major problems with this error code is that Microsoft Office is a resource-based intensive program.
However, here are some of the methods that can resolve this problem of yours.
Are you aware of the Machine Debug Manager? It is used by Microsoft Office to perform the essential tasks. You shall set this service to start automatically mode. Otherwise, you may get an error 1921 when you start it for the next time.
A registry cleanup tool from our Assured Assist Team will always fix the critical issues with Office errors. We ensure to clean the corrupted registry entities and make your programs to work. Otherwise, you require to use third party tools to check for registry errors.
Overall, registry stores the central database of all the system software information. This registry settings will make changes directly to the system programs behavior.
Usually, the registry cleaners provided by third party companies do not help you fully. Micrsoft techs perform the manual troubleshooting to fix the errors.
Although, we guarnatee you the issue fix, you must have the licensed product. Our Technicians are available through out the clock to give you best support.
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