The COM standard marshaler was unable to fix a mismatch between the IID

By | November 11, 2020

You may have the error: The Com Standard Marshaler was unable to fix a mismatch between the ID. The error code was 0x800100114. We understand that the library folders are mismatched in Windows. If you get this issue, you are able to try following these ways.

Fix 1: Perform A System Maintenance Troubleshooter

  • At the first step, you have to press Windows + X keys and Go to the control panel.
  • Then, choose system and maintenance.

choose system and maintenance.

  • There you have to choose troubleshooting.
  • In troubleshooting, you are able to go to system and security and choose to run maintenance tasks.
  • Please choose the system maintenance and follow the instructions on the screen.

Fix 2: Perform Windows Update

  • Firstly, click Start and start typing on your keyboard for services.msc.
  • In your search results, services.msc will show up. Please open it with a click.
  • A new window will be able to open containing all Windows services on your system.
  • Now, you are able to search for Windows Update.

windows update and click stop

  • Please right-click the Windows Update and then click Stop.

Now, you have to clean the Windows Update temporary cache folder:

  • Please hold your Windows key pressed and hit the R key simultaneously.
  • Then, a small new window will appear.
  • Now, you are able to type %windir%\SoftwareDistribution\DataStore in this new window and click OK.

 in this new window and click OK.

  • This will be able to open Windows Explorer on the correct location.
  • Remove all contents of this folder. You are able to use Ctrl + A to select all files and folders.

Start the Windows Update Service again

  • Please switch back to the windows Services.
  • Then, locate Windows Update.
  • Lastly, right-click on it and select Start.

Fix 3: Make A New User Account

Windows 8

Make a Microsoft account

  • Navigate Settings, and then tap Change PC settings. If you are using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, click Settings, and then click Change PC settings.

Change PC settings

  • After that, you are able to tap or click Accounts, and then tap or click Other accounts.
  • Please tap or click Add an account.
  • Next, you need to submit the account info for this person to sign in to Windows. Apparently, there are 4 ways to do this:
  1. If the person you are adding already has a Microsoft account, enter it now.
  2. If the person you are adding does not have a Microsoft account, you are able to use their email address to create one. Please enter the email address that person uses most frequently.
  3. If the person you are adding does not have an email address, you are able to tap or click Sign up for a new email address.
  4. If the person you are adding is a child, you need to tap or click Add a child’s account.
  • Now, you have to follow the instructions to finish setting up the account.

Make a local account

  • Navigate Settings, and then tap Change PC settings. If you are using a mouse, you are able to point to the lower-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, click Settings, and then click Change PC settings.
  • After that, you have to click Accounts, and then click Other accounts.
  • Now, you are able to click Add an account, and then click Sign in without a Microsoft account.
  • The next step that you have to do is to click the Local account.
  • Please submit a user name for the new account.
  • If you want this person to sign in with a password, simply submit the password, add a password hint, and then click Next. If your PC is on a domain, depending on the domain’s security settings, you will be able to skip this step and click Next.
  • The last step, you only need to tap Finish.

Windows 7

  • At the first step, you have to open Microsoft Management Console by clicking the Start button.
  • Please, type mmc into the search box, and then hit Enter. Administrator permission required if you are asked for an administrator password or confirmation, just type the password or give confirmation.
  • In the left pane of Microsoft Management Console, you are able to click Local Users and Groups.
  • If you do not see Local Users and Groups, it may be because that snap-in has not been added to Microsoft Management Console.
  • In Microsoft Management Console, you have to click the File menu, and then click Add/Remove Snap-in.
  • Please click Local Users and Groups, and then click Add.
  • Please click Local computer, click Finish, and then click OK.
  • In this step, you have to click the Users folder.
  • Next, click Action -> New User.
  • Make sure that you type the correct information in the dialog box, and then click Create.
  • After you have finished making user accounts, just click Close.

Alternative solution

If the problem still persists, you are able to run the System File Checker (SFC) utility. This handy in-built tool will be able to check your file system.

  • At the first step, you have to click Start and start typing on your keyboard for cmd.
  • In your search results, cmd will show up with an black icon.

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  • After that, you have to right-click it and choose Run as administrator.
  • If you are prompted for the admin password, please submit the password and click OK.
  • A new black Windows will open. Now, you are able to type commands directly into this Window.
  • Please type sfc/scannow and press Enter.

  • This process will take a long time. You are able to minimize these black windows and work on.

Finally, you will be able to come back to the black window and then check if the process finished. As soon as the System File Checker (SFC) process finished, restart your computer. Next, search for Updates again.

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