Error code 30094-4 when installing Office

If you get this error when you try to install 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.

Error code 30094-4 installing Office

1 - Delete your temporary files

  1. Use Disk Cleanup to delete your temporary files:

  2. After Disk Cleanup finishes, start the Office install again:

    If you’re a home user, sign in to your My Account page and choose Install.

    If you’re a business user, sign in to the Office 365 portal and choose Install.

2 - Repair Office from the Control Panel

The steps to access the repair tool vary depending on your operating system. Choose your operating system from the options below.

Windows 10

  1. Right-click the Start button Windows Start button in Windows 8 and Windows 10 (lower-left corner), and select Control Panel pop-up menu.

    Options and commands list see after pressing Windows logo key + X
  2. From Category view, under Programs, select Uninstall a program.

  3. Right-click the Microsoft Office product you want to repair, and select Change.

    Note: If you have a suite such as Office 365 Home or Office Home and Student 2013 or 2016, search for the suite name, even if it's just a particular application you want to repair such as Word or Excel. If you have a standalone application such as Word or Excel, search for the application name.

  4. From the How would you like to repair your Office Programs screen, select Online Repair to ensure everything gets fixed, and then select Repair. You can select Quick Repair which runs faster but only detects and then replaces corrupted files. Online Repair does an uninstall and complete repair but takes longer.

  5. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete.

Windows 8 and 8.1

  1. Right-click the Start button Windows Start button in Windows 8 and Windows 10 (lower-left corner), and select Control Panel from the pop-up menu.

    Options and commands list see after pressing Windows logo key + X
  2. From Category view, under Programs, select Uninstall a program.

  3. Right-click the Microsoft Office product you want to repair, and select the Change button.

    Note: If you have a suite such as Office 365 Home or Office Home and Student 2013 or 2016, search for the suite name, even if it's just a particular application you want to repair such as Word or Excel. If you have a standalone application such as Word or Excel, search for the application name.

  4. From the How would you like to repair your Office Programs screen, select Online Repair to ensure everything gets fixed, and then select Repair.

  5. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete.

Windows 7 or Vista

  1. Click the Start button Windows 7 Start button (lower left corner), click Control Panel from the menu list, and then click Programs and Features.

  2. From Category view, under Programs, select Uninstall a program.

  3. Click the Office product you want to repair, and then click Change.

  4. From the How would you like to repair your Office Programs screen, select Online Repair to ensure everything gets fixed, and then select Repair.

  5. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete.

3 - Uninstall and reinstall Office

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