The tspin is the SSH daemon for Windows Server 2003 and for Windows Vista, and it offers secure network communications between hosts.
The tspin error can occur from various situations.
For example, this error occurs if you incorrectly use the syntax for connecting to a server.
The error may also occur when the commands in the command file are incorrect.
In this article, we will explore the best ways to fix the tspin error.
- The tspin error is a known Windows error.
- The installation can fail due to corrupted files or follow a bad installation process.
Run SFC and DISM scans
- Press the Windows key + R, type cmd, and navigate to the right-click option.
- Now, paste the following command and hit Enter: DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
- Now, run the following command: sfc /scannow
- Wait for the process to complete, and restart your PC.
Perform a Clean boot
- Press Windows Key + R to open Run, type msconfig, and hit Enter.
- Go to the Services tab, deselect Hide all Microsoft services, and click Disable all.
- Now, select Startup, check Hide all Microsoft services, and click Disable all.
- Go back to the Services tab, select Hide all Microsoft services, and click Disable all.
- Go to the Startup tab, uncheck Load startup items, and click Apply and OK to save changes.
Run System File Checker
- Press Windows + R, type cmd, and press Ctrl + Shift + Enter to open Command prompt as an administrator.
- In the Command prompt, type the following command and hit Enter: sfc /scannow
- Wait for the Command prompt to complete the process.
Check Windows Installer error logs
- Open Event Viewer -> go to Applications and Services Logs -> expand the Windows Installer section.
- Locate Windows Installer Package Error – 2147467259.
- Right-click on the log -> select Copy Event ID & Message.
- Paste it in a blank space on Google Search.
- There’s a high possibility that your problem has already been reported.
Run the System File Checker as Administrator
- To run SFC as Administrator, right-click the Start button and select Command prompt (Admin).
- Then input sfc /scannow in Command prompt, and press the Return key.
Check for corrupt Windows Installer files
- To locate corrupted Windows Installer files, open Run with the Windows key + R.
- Input msiexec /unregister and press Return.
- Then input msiexec /regserver and press Return.
- Close Run and restart Windows.
Perform a Repair Install on the problematic app
- Press the Windows key + I to launch the Settings app, and click on Apps.
- Click the Apps & features option.
- Locate the problematic app, and click the Advanced options button.
- Click the Uninstall button, and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process.