Error 1310, Fix error 1310 windows 7

You may receive error 1310 in Windows Platform upon installation of some Microsoft Office product or when you attempt to install Adobe Photoshop. Below is an example of the error:

"Error 1310. Error writing to file: File path. Verify that you have access to that directory."

Here is outlined procedure through which you can fix error 1310 in Windows.

Enable and Disable Simple File Sharing

Next step to fix error 1310 in Windows is to try to enable and disable simple file sharing. Follow the steps given below to enable and disable Simple File Sharing.

  • Click on Start button | Select My Computer
  • Click on Tools | Folder Options
  • Now select View tab | Advanced Settings | Simple File Sharing
  • Click on OK
  • Close Folder option Window.
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Rename Config.msi Folder

Permissions on config.msi folder can be ineffective, rename this folder to fix error 1310 by applying steps given below.

  • Open C:\Config.msi
  • Now rename it to C:\config.msi.previous
  • If you cannot locate Config.msi—Check “Show Hidden Files and Folders”

Clean any Previous Configurations

Presence of previous configurations in registry database can cause error 1310 in Windows. Just clean registry by applying steps given below.

  • Download and Install some reliable registry cleaner such as RegInOut.
  • Scan full registry scan | Fix errors

Correct Permissions through Command Prompt

Follow the steps given below to correct the permissions through command prompt.

  • Click on Start | Select All Programs | Click on Accessories
  • Right Click on Command Prompt | Run as Admin
  • In command prompt type “icals “c:\config.msi”\t\c\grant administrators:f
  • Type Exit
  • Start Installing the product

Reregister Windows Installer

Windows installer is helpful tool in installing software programs on your system. Error 1310 in Windows can arise due to corrupted registry entries related to Windows Installer. Registry entries are corrupted due to improper modification. Reregister Windows Installer to fix this problem.

  • Click on Start | Select All Program
  • Click on Accessories | Open Command Prompt
  • Type following commands
    msiexec /unreg
    msiexec /regserver
  • Exit from command prompt.
  • Restart your computer.

Run Disk Cleanup

In some cases, setup extracted temporary files can cause error 1310 in Windows. Run disk cleanup to remove those temporary files. Apply steps given below to run disk cleanup.

  • Click on Start | All Programs | Accessories
  • Select System Tools | Disk Cleanup
  • Select Disk Volume
  • OK
  • Repeat this steps for all Disk Volumes