Are you trying to use Microsoft Silverlight, but are you getting the error '3222'?
Microsoft Silverlight is a software tool that was developed by Microsoft. It is used to provide content for applications, games and websites. This tool can be used on computers running Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It is available in several languages such as English, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish.
On this page, you will find more information about the most common causes and most relevant solutions for the Microsoft Silverlight error '3222'. Do you need help straight away? Visit our support page.
We've created a list of solutions which you can follow if you want to solve this Microsoft Silverlight problem yourself. Do you need more help? Visit our support page if you need professional support with Microsoft Silverlight right away.
Microsoft Silverlight is not always compatible with some devices or software programs. If you are having issues with the installation of this software on your computer or if you are trying to install it but you are getting an error message then you might encounter error code 3222. This error occurs when Microsoft Silverlight is not installed properly on your computer or if the installation process cannot be completed successfully.
The problem can be caused by a corrupt file on your computer or it can be caused by an issue with the device driver for your device. You might also encounter this error if other applications are interfering with the proper functioning of Microsoft Silverlight on your computer or if you have malware installed on your computer. To fix this error, you need to try a few solutions.
First of all, you can try running the application on Compatibility View instead of the Normal mode. If you are using the Internet Explorer browser, go to Tools and find Add this website on the Compatibility View settings settings.
Another solution is to check whether you have all add-ons installed. To check this, go to Tools, click Internet Options. Then, go to the Program tab, click Manage add-ons. Then, click Run without Permissions for this add-on. This will remove all permissions for the Silverlight installation.
These are the add-ons that you need to make sure listed as enabled in the settings.
Shockwave Active X Control
Shockwave Flash Object
Java Plug-in (may be multiple add-ons)
QuickTime Plug-in (may be multiple add-ons)
Windows Media Player
Lastly, you can try turning off the ActiveX filtering and Tracking protection in Internet Explorer. This should enable the installation of Microsoft Silverlight.
If you still have issues with the program, then you can contact Microsoft Customer Support. The Microsoft Customer Support team can help you find a solution for the problem, and they can also help you find a solution for other issues. To contact Microsoft Customer Support, visit their official website. A Customer Support representative will help you solve the problem.