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I have had it, 2000 SR1, installed for 3 years and do not want to add any supplemental features if that's what this is about. How can convince it that its already there? On Apr 11, 5:54 am, [email protected] wrote: After some playing about, I think I have a working solution (for me anyway). Mar 25 '07 #4 P: n/a Allen Browne Okay, Don. http://gsdclb.org/trouble-installing/trouble-installing-office-xp-sp1.php

Professional and easy-to-use patch building tool for Win9x/Me/NT/2000/XP. Your system has been restored to its orginal state. That's when I discovered that the MSOCACHE folder was still on the old drive. After uninstalling, I have deleted the Office 12 folder, and the entries in the registry under Software in both Current User, & Local Machine.

I did something okay! To re-register the Windows Installer run the following commands: msiexec /unregister msiexec /register I hope that helps! It says I have 3 licensed and I've used one on my main PC. I even tried deleting hatten.ttf with no difference.

This update includes the functionality = of all previously released patches. I've read that Microsoft will provide a runtime for Access 97 at no charge. When I tried to install Service Release 2b (SR2b) patch (again, as administrator), the installation failed. The location of this folder depends on your operating system and the rgstn.lck file is normally hidden so follow the instructions in Microsoft Knowledge Base article 927153. (NOTE: Some users have

When we find a pattern we will ask one of our experts in that expertise to write a Troubleshooting guide for the problem.Trending this monthSortMost ViewsTry a different filterLatest ReviewsMirroring your I ran the setup.exe file on the CD "as administrator" with no errors. What I do get is a screen that says Office11 (f:) at the top followed by a number of folders: OWC11 Setup STD11n OWC10 Readme Readme This is not a typical Has anyone figured out how to successfully install the Office 97 Pro Service Release 2 patch in Vista? 2.

Scanning the SR2b installation log, I noticed the following lines that indicated problems. I was in trouble from last 2 days, finally I solved the issue with the help of this post. But really I wouldn't waste much time here, instead I'd go right to the main source, "Woody's Office Watch" http://www.wopr.com/wow/wowv3n40.shtml It's all here folks. In Windows Explorer, delete the following folders: Program Files\Microsoft Office Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared Program Files\Common Files\ODBC Windows\Temp\Vbe NOTE: Deleting the Microsoft Office folder also deletes the Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\XLStart folder

Post back in a year? John Picture Manager not Installed for Current User 1 replies , 5/12/2008, 10:19:47 PM Office 2007 We have a test group that is currently evaluating Office 2007. In the Open box, type "regedit" (without the quotation marks), and then click OK. Office 97 meets our needs and has been working great.

When I went to uninstall 97, it gave me all sorts of problems. have a peek at these guys Your cache administrator is webmaster. About CNET Privacy Policy Ad Choice Terms of Use Mobile User Agreement Help Center Top NavWindowsInstructedWindowsInstructed ForumsWindowsInstructed NetherlandsContact Login RegisterLOGINREGISTER WindowsMobileReviewsMalwareLearningForums WindowsRead MoreWindows IoT Raspberry Communication (Server - Client)Read MoreFIX: MyASUS_Win32.exe I looked at other help sites and they were not as complete.

I ran the setup.exe file on the CD "as administrator" with no errors. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. it starts the install process and keeps looping and doing the same message over and over again. check over here It may, and you may some day run across a feature that will not work because of a change made in Windows since the time Office 97 was developed.

At the end of the "Access bucket file copy starts" section are the lines: * Move C:\Windows\Fonts\tahoma.ttf to C:\Windows\Fonts\sr1E639.tmp * Unable to open C:\Windows\Fonts\tahoma.ttf * sr2 patch fail Under the following I found another one (worked OK), which doesn't involve selecting at the SR-1 stage, nor modifications of any file. See my notes below (between the steps of a solution provided by "[email protected]") On Apr 11, 5:54 am, [email protected] wrote: After some playing about, I think I have a working solution

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They download but they all fail to install. Activation was a crack as product key was not being accepted even though it was valid and automated service was unhelpful. Any solution, other than buying another copy? Thanks, Shawn s********ahoo.com skdoyle1 Office 2003 Install 2 replies , 5/5/2004, 4:01:00 PM I just purchased a new computer with a 60 day trial version of Office 2003 on it.

Following those steps should get you going but if you're still having problems, I've heard some people recommend re-registering the Windows Installer and checking permissions on the %TEMP% folder and the Apr 12 '07 #10 P: n/a Don Sorry for the delay. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Microsoft Office 97 Professional Edition and Windows 7 This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our this content Surely there's a trick out there that I haven't discovered yet.

I did all of the steps you listed and also the Microsoft Office Cleanup Utility and that removed all of the files and I was able to reinstall Windows 2010. I included everything except "Find Fast", the Office Toolbar, and Outlook (which, I've read, doesn't work in Vista anyway). My virus updates were current, but I would get warnings when opening Excel & could not open any files. I *think* the Library had something to do with a utility for printing out the database Relationships that was somehow referenced by one of my projects. * I couldn't open the

Hip Hip Hooray! Can anyone offer a solution - would appreciate it!!! I'm worried that if 2.6 installs itself it will corrupt a lot of the database access I'm using from that box. Use Registry Editor at your own risk. ------------------- For information about how to edit the registry, view the Changing Keys And Values online Help topic in Registry Editor (Regedit.exe).