You might see one of these errors (Error Code 30174-4) if your antivirus software, firewall, or proxy settings prevent you from installing Office. Here are some things you can try to fix the problem. We’ve listed the most common solutions first, so try them in order and starting with installing Office with the offline installer.
Solution for Error Code 30174-4 :
It’s important to make sure that Windows is fully up-to-date. A recent update could correct the startup issue you are experiencing with your Office 2013 or Office 2016 application.
Install the latest Windows updates to your computer.
Restart your computer.
Try to open your Office application.
If after installing Windows updates you’re still receiving an Error Code 30174-4, continue to the next section and follow the instructions.
Turn off windows Firewall:
Windows 10 & 8 :
1. Press the Windows logo key + X to see a list of commands and options.
2. Click Programs and Features.
3. Click the Office program you want to Remove.
4. Do one of the following:
> In Office 2019, 2016 click Remove > Continue.
> In Office 2013, 2010 click Uninstall.
Windows 7 :
- Click Start > Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features.
- Click the Office program you want to repair, and then click Change.
- Do one of the following:
- In-Office 2010, click Repair > Continue.
- In-Office 2013, click Quick Repair.
You might need to restart your computer after uninstall is complete.
>> Now try to Install Office program and check if the issue Error Code 30174-4 persists <<
Step 1 :
Go to office.com/setup and enter your product key.
Step 2 :
Log in with microsoft account credentials
Step 3 :
Select the language and proceed with install
Step 4 :
Now office installing in the back ground
Step 5 :
Office getting things ready for first time
Step 6 :
You can use office successfully on your computer
If the issue Error Code 30174-4 persists after installing the Office 2013/ 365,
There might be an issue with system registry settings, configuration files or temporary files.
It is strongly recommended to have a check on your computer by the technical support member.