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Errors Running Registration After Office 2000 Install

Question: Errors Running Registration After Office 2000 Install

I just installed Office 2k on two machines. Both running Windows 2000 also. The one machine that everything is working fine was installed with FAT files system. Thats the ONLY difference between the two machines. The one using NTFS does not work correctly. When trying to run Word/Excel, etc.. it comes up with the registration prompt. I click "yes" and get the following error "The Registration wizard cannot run because the system information it requires is either unavailable or incorrect" Which means so far my Office installation has been unusable. I am also unable to run/setup Outlook because it tells me I need to have admin access (which I am logged in under the main admin) I think both errors are because of the same problem somewhere. If anyone knows what is causing this or how to fix it please let me know!

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Answer: Errors Running Registration After Office 2000 Install

It's late for me, so I'm sorry to be short and sweet. Check these:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q217/6/23.ASP

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q270/9/27.ASP

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q277/9/89.ASP

That should give you a good starting point. Hope it helps.

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Phooey! I had trouble with my Office 2007 and finally gave up on it, switching to LibreOffice. As might have been predicted, I'm quite frustrated with that on (although, give it credit, it *does* work!).

So I pulled out my Office 2000 CDs. I've had that on a Windows 7 machine before and am pretty sure it ought to be installable. But when I try, it fiddles and diddles for awhile and the starts with the error messages. After each, I clicked ignore (just to see what would happen) which took me to the next and finally culminated in a can't install-fatal error message.

There were four 1401 errors thusly: cannot create key ... be sure you have access ...

And then two 1406 errors: could not write value FileName to key ...

Then one 1402 error: could not open key ...

And finally, the fatal error: installation ended prematurely because of an error.

I have no idea where to start. Could my uninstalling Office 2007 have broken something? Do I need to uninstall LibreOffice before attempting this installation? Would it be smarter to expend my rapidly depleting energies re-installing Office 2007 ... seek help with its errors if necessary? I liked Office 2000 but I'll take the easiest route to get working again.

Thanks oh so much for any help.

-G.

Answer:Can't install Office 2000; seven errors then fatal error message

Office 2000 is getting pretty old now & is a security risk as MS don't supply updates or security protection any longer, so it would be best to reinstall Office 2007 again. Also you might experience problems with getting any documents & spreadsheets etc. you already have in Office 2007 to work in Office 2000.

Firstly you need to make sure that Office 2007 is completely uninstalled before you reinstall it again. To do that refer to this website.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/928218

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I have had Microsoft 2000 on my computer for years and all of a sudden the message "Would you like to register your copy of Microsoft Office 2000 Premium with Microsoft?" It does not matter if I click No or Yes. The file (Word or Excel) closes down and takes me back to the folder where the file was stored. How do I get rid of this demon and work on my files?
 

Answer:Solved: Microsoft Office 2000 Registration Wizard Problem

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Can I upgrade Office 2000 to Office XP, while still running Windows 2000?

I could use some of the features of Office XP, and would really like to retain my Windows 2000 environment. Do you think I could make this upgrade in Office?

Thanks.
 

Answer:Can I upgrade Office 2000 to Office XP, while still running Windows 2000?

Office XP can run on Windows 2000. Even though the operating systems and office suites have the same naming convention, that doesn't mean that they have to match up (Windows 2000-Office 2000, Windows XP-Office XP).
 

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I have been getting some strange errors when using office 2000. It has worked fine for me for years, but this week I started getting some errors. For example when trying to save a document in word if I select save as I get" word has insufficent memory to perform this function". When using excel it will not even let me select the save as option, it is "grayed out". It is not just when I am trying to save a doc but for example if I select tools the options I cant. Options is "grayed out". This has me a bit puzzled and confused so any suggestions would be great.
Thanks,
Hamill
 

Answer:Office 2000 Memory errors!

Word:

Close Word and find the file called normal.dot on your hard drive and delete it.
Excel:

Close Excel and find the folder call XLSTART on your hard drive and remove/delete any files that are in it.

See if that helps. I've seen these issues alot since the nimda virus and fear that it is creating problems. Have you run a virus scan with most recent dat files lately?
 

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Hi, I had the same VB errors popping up in Word 2000, I changed the name of my normal.dot, and deleted any files in the start up folder. Once I did that my word program worked fine and does not have any error messages upon startup. However, when I run my Winfax pro and attatch a word doc, it takes a really long time, and the .dll error message below comes up several times, and it just stalls, it opens a wierd word window, but cannot go any further with it. Now I am getting, (I did receive this error message before as well,) "OLEAUT32.DLL is out of date. This requires a newer version." I am getting this message in Access now. I have uninstalled and reinstalled Office 2000 twice, and the error still remains. The VB error message that was accompaning the .dll error is not there now. What is going on?

I am at my wits end! Please help!

Liz
 

Answer:Office 2000 errors (it wasn't fixed after all)

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While removing Corel WordPerfect Office 2000, using their uninstall feature, I received the following message: Windows Installer "Incorrect Command Line Parameter" V2.00.2601. Portions of this software are based in part on the work of the independent JPEG group. Then it asked if I would like to continue, which I did. What does this mean?

Since then, I have had two occurrances where everything froze and I got an errors from IE. I could not close the message boxes, not even using ACD. I had to kill the power and scan. I don't know if this is related to the error that I received while removing Corel WP Office 2000 or not.

These are the messages that I received: Ilegal action,operation will be shut down.... EXPLORER caused an invalid page fault in module SDHELPER.dll

Illegal action operation will be shut down.... EXPLORER caused an invalid page fault in module <unknown> (no detail)

In both instances, I was playing an online game and had 2 other windows open, which is not uncommon for me. js
 

Answer:Errors when removing Corel WP Office 2000

SDHELPER.dll belongs to Spybot search and destroy.

I don't see it being related to the uninstall.

You mention that you uninstalled Windows 2000 as well???
You might want to download HiJackThis from
http://tomcoyote.org/hjt

Run it, and post the log back here, it would enable some keen eyed person to spot any processes that should not be running.
 

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HI all,

We have a problem where 1 user is trying to run an app and is getting the error
The Win16 Subsystem was unable to enter Protected Mode

Now Autoexec.nt and DOSx.exe are both present in the system32 folder. The path is correct.

Running as local admin, the application launches without a problem. Logged back in as the user and still the same error.
Recreated the users profile and the error remains. Changing the users settings to admin and she managed to launch the app.

Now we don't want to be giving out admin rights just to enable users to log on to this one app.

Most of the suggestions I have seen in a google search are machine specific. Having local admin doesn't wouldn't address the suggestions I have seen.

OS WIN2kSP4, Netware 4.1SP1

Application is delivered via Zen.
 

Answer:Errors running a 16 bit app in 2000

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I have Excel 2000 installed, but need to install Excel 2007 also. Is it possible for me to have both of them installed, but keep 2000 as my default?
 

Answer:Solved: Install Office 2007 with Office 2000

I followed the instructions here and it workred:

http://msgroups.net/microsoft.public.excel.misc/Change-default-to-Excel-2000-when-2007-installed
 

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This isn't an upgrade. I bought the full version Office Professional 2003 and would like to install it over what I have now. I had Office 97 and an upgrade CD to Office 2000. Will I lose anything to install Office 2003 over Office 2000? I have WinXP home if that makes a difference.
 

Answer:Can you install Office 2003 Professional over Office 2000

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I have Office 2000 Suite running on Windows XP Home SP2. Has worked fine for years on this computer. Last week all of the applications: Outlook, Word, Excel all stop responding when I try to save as a file I am working in or insert a file into the document. I use Word as my email editor in Outlook. I have Wordperfect 9 installed by the PC manufacturer (Sony) and it works fine. Why and how do I fix? I need my Office Suite!Below is the HJT log I ran today. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1Scan saved at 5:53:16 PM, on 4/28/2006Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)Running processes:C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\drivers\CDAC11BA.EXEc:\program files\mcafee.com\agent\mcdetect.exeC:\Program Files\mcafee.com\VSO\mcshield.exec:\PROGRA~1\mcafee.com\agent\mctskshd.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\nvsvc32.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXEC:\WINDOWS\system32\rundll32.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\ntvdm.exeC:\WINDOWS ... Read more

Answer:Office 2000 Suite Programs No Resopnse Errors

See my reply in this thread:http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/50060/windows-patch-causes-problems-with-hp-kerio-software/Your problem may be caused by a recent MS security patch. MS is planning to release a NEW and CORRECTED security patch this week to those computers that installed the automatic patch last week.Regards,John

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I am getting the following error when I try to reinstall a custom setup office XP install on a windows 2000 machine.

"OFFXP: Setup Detects Office XP Running When You Attempt to Install Office XP"

I had the uninstall the office xp on this machine through add/remove programs because it was crashing alot. The custom install works fine on all other windows 2000 and xp machines.

I found the following error in MS knowledgebase
article 292497 (I can't post the link because I'm a new member)

It says to to hit ignore. If I hit ignore it does install but it doesn't install with the correct options for the custom install. (I have it set to not install outlook and it installs outlook, etc.) Obviously its not following the custom install.

Any ideas? I believe something is left on the pc from office when it was installed. I even ran the Removal Wizard on the Office XP Resource kit. It is supposed to remove everything left from previous versions. However, it must be missing something because I am still getting that error when I try to reinstall Office XP that is described above.

ThankS!
 

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I still have both versions of Office on my PC, and most applications are still in 97. I don't want to convert them yet, since very few users at my company have 2000 yet, so I have tried to associate the extensions to Office 97. Yet as soon as I use any Office2000 application, it automatically changes the association back to 2000, and the next time I double-click on an office file, it brings it up in 2000.

Is there any way I can specify in a shortcut's Properties Target that the file must open using a particular version of the software. For instance C:\Program Files\Office97\Access.exe "Database.MDB" or something like that?

Thanks much!
 

Answer:Running Office 97 and 2000 on same machine

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Current Office Pro 2003 user. Saved .pst files and used registered MS disc to load Office 2007 SB. Sucess except for Outlook with message "The operation failed due to an installation problem. Reinstall Outlook and try again. If problem persists, please reinstall".
Tried all disc options of reinstall, repair, add, etc. to no avail. (Outlook is displayed on Add/Delete with red cross!) Aware MS Technet states "Office Outlook 2007 cannot coexist with previous version of Outlook on the same computer". Removed outlook.exe (2003) but still no advance. Cannot see how to remove Outlook 2003 in totality.
Reason for buying Office 2007 was to try and avoid frequent crashes of Outlook 2003.

Before I delete Office Pro 2003 and try a virgin installation, of Office 2007 SB, your advice, please, Bellini.
 

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Can you install & run Microsoft Office 2000 Small Business on a machine running Windows XP Home?

Answer:Running Microsoft Office 2000 on Windows XP

Yes, I have done that for a few people.

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I am trying to install microsoft word on an older laptop from my works 2000 CDs. The laptop meets the requirements needed to do this. There is 1.7GB of free space on the harddisk. But when I try to run the works installer, it won't even open. I get a message saying there is not enough disk space to run it. So I attempted to bypass it and go directly to the word installer (all I really want is word). But when I run that, I get an error saying that the installer is not a valid installer and to contact microsoft. It's obviously valid, it's off the microsoft CD. And of course, contacting microsoft is not an option. I refuse to pay them money to ask a question when I already paid money for the CD to begin with. I tried to download and run an installer patch from microsoft, thinking perhaps my windows installer needed updating. But when I ran that, I got an error saying the program performed an illegal operation and will be shut down. I'm out of ideas. Please help!
Thanks
 

Answer:install errors in works 2000

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I am working on a machine that is running Windows 95c and has a copy of Microsoft Office 97 and Outlook 98 up to SR2. There was only Word and Excel installed and they needed Access 97 added. I went to Add/Remove in control panel and put the Office 97 CD into the drive. As it was scanning the hard drive for previous installations it popped up a message stating: "Your previous install of Office 97 was not installed completely." After that it will not allow me to uninstall the suite. What I had to do was download a utility called "Add/Remove 4 Good" and had it remove Office 97 from the control panel. Then I deleted all entries on the hard drive and registry. I tried to install it again ad it still gave me the error. Then I tried installing Office 2000 suite because that scans for old Office files and removes them. After that didn't work I ran out of ideas. If anyone has any reccomendations or has run into this before please let me know. I want to stay away from formatting the machine. Thanks in advance!
 

Answer:Office 97: Errors on Install

I would try running the Erasers programs for MS Office.

Office 97 Eraser
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q176/8/23.ASP

Office 2000 Eraser
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q239/9/38.asp
 

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Hi I've just installed MS Office 2000 Premium and when I try to open any of its applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, w/e), it just freezes and is Not Responding. I dunno if a virus is acting up, so I guess I decided to check Task Manager. In The Applications tab, whenever I start an Office application, it first shows the application as SysFader and then as w/e I started, Excel for example. Is this normal?
BTW, none of my Office applications work. They start, open, and freeze. I end program. Period.
Also, if it helps, a HJT log, with a SmitfraudFix log after that.

Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 9:23:16 AM, on 26/08/2006
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.5450.0004)

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\MsMpEng.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
C:\Program Files\Intel\Wireless\Bin\EvtEng.exe
C:\Program Files\Intel\Wireless\Bin\S24EvMon.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSetMgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccEvtMgr.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\SNDSrvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\SPBBC\SPBBCSvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\CCPD-LC\symlcsvc.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
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Answer:Solved: Problem with running ANY Microsoft Office 2000 Premium applications

It may be the Norton Office plugin. See this Microsoft article for ways to deal with it.
 

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Hi, just as the topic says.....

What happens is the CD-rom just sorta stops while installing, then reads a bit, stops for a minute, reads a bit, stops for a minute, etc., but then it will say a random file that it can't find.

It does this for ALL discs, not just disk 1 or 2, but all 4.

Not only that, but stuff locks up when I try to abort... have to manually reboot.

Any ideas?
 

Answer:Can't Install Office 2000 on XP Pro SP2... HELP!!!!

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Hello, will the Office Pro 2000 suite install on the Windows XP OS or do I need Office Pro 2003?

Thanks for the help.
 

Answer:Office 2000 Install on XP

slyvone:

No. I have Office 2000 under Win-XP Home Edition (SP-2). After installation go to MS site look for Office updates. You must be in MS-IE browser. It will be automatic.

Cheers,

MAB
 

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the message is "windows files protect".

It is advising me to get the Office XP. Is there a way to bypass this? Hate to spend $400 on Office XP.

Thanks so much for your help.
 

Answer:can't install Office 2000 onto xp pro

Can you post the -entire- error message, and when it occurs?

Office 2000 should be fine on XP
 

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I am attempting to reinstall Office 2000. It was installed at one time, not sure how it got removed. I'm running xp pro with 1.10 GHz and 384 ram. Cd rom sees cd but when attempting to install i get an error message that says "Error opening installation log file. Verify that the specified log file location exists and is writable. All the help sites i've seen regarding this issue have work arounds that are over my head. I really need to get Word reinstalled ASAP.

Thanks
 

Answer:Office 2000 install

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I have a new machine which comprises of a PSS5-ML motherboard, AMD K62 400, 2.1 Gb HD, Floppy, Creative 24x CD and 128Mb PC100 SDRAM. The motherboard has on board sound, video (SiS), modem and Network card.

I bought the MB cheap and want to set it up as an inexpensive inernet browsing machine for my sister and she will also use it for some odds and sods using MS Office.

I booted, formatted and installed Windows ME and all drivers for perhiperals without problem but when I try to install Office 97 or 2000 I get the message d:\setup.exe is not a valid Win32 application, I think its setup.exe, but whatever the exact file the installer will not run at all. Thinking it maybe a problem with Win ME (Its a bit buggy sometimes) I retried with a complete new installation of Win 98 SE again no promblems but with exactley the same results from Office. I know the copies of Office I have are OK as I have used them successfuly before

Anybody have anyideas for me before the computer goes out of the window in frustration !

Ian
 

Answer:Office 97/2000 won't install on w98/me

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it takes about 4 hours to install office 2000 and i get a air message contact product support. i have a 400mhz 32MB of ram
4.3GB hard drive 40x Max CD-ROM 56K modem
 

Answer:cannot install office 2000

At what point are you getting the error message? For example, is it after the install is complete and just after you enter the cd key?
What is the exact text of the error?
 

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Dear sir:
> I'm a user of office 97 and recently TRIED to upgrade to office 2000
> First I uninstalled office 97 and then I installed office 2000,
> aparently
> with no problem,but when I try to use office 2000 nothing happens when
> I click the
> icons for word,excell etc.
> I tied going DIRECTLY through explorer to winword.exe or other EXE files
> of office 2000 but when I click them NO PROGRAM IS LAUNCHED at all.
> I get no error messages and apparently there is no response.
> I can't start any program of office 2000.
>
> After this I uninstalled Of.2000 and reinstalled it with no success. As
> I had no word processor I reinstalled office97 ,leaving office 2000 and
> in this case office 97 works perfectly.
> In no case can I make office 2000 work as I can't solve the issue
> through your tech support web pages.
> I'd appreciate your help
>
> Arturo Meneses
> [email protected]
 

Answer:Cannot install office 2000

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I get error message that installer is not responding .
and error message contact product support.
 

Answer:cannot install office 2000

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I've been trying to install office 2000 on my computer (HP Pavillon 510n, WinXP-home) for about a month now, but i get the same error message no matter what i do.

Error 1919. Error configuring ODBC data source: MS Access Database, ODBC error 6: Component not found in the registry. Verify that the file MC Access Database exists and that you can access it.

I Click ignore nothing happens, i click retry nothing happens, the only option left is cancel which takes me out of install.

I tried a suggestion posted by another user
RESOLUTION
==========

To resolve this issue, follow these steps:

1. Download and install Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) 2.6.

Well I went to that website but i am lost as to what exactly i should download. I downloaded the component checker and it came back with an "unknown" message

I am lost as to how to fix this problem
Can Anyone help?
Angel
 

Answer:Trying to install Office 2000

Is this the one you downloaded?

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...5f-c2e0-471d-a33b-82ad1d514737&displaylang=en

wrs
 

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I have installed XP PRO, then applied SP2 from a CD I made.

I go to install Office 2000, during the install it says insert the SP2 cd. I do but it says it is the wrong one.

I believe I can edit the registry to say where SP2 install directory is/will be located. Any hints, thanks!

-Bill
 

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I somehow screwed up office 2000.When I tried to reinstall it
it comes up with an error message 1918 odbc driver microsoft text driver not found for excell, access ect.I uninstalled it and cleaded out the folder and it still does not load properly.i'm
frustrated as the program comes up and goes off the screen in a few seconds... Thanks Pasco
 

Answer:office 2000 install help

See if this applies in your case, http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q299611
 

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Any help much appreciated.....

previous owner wiped the 20gb hard disk. Have the Toshiba pcmcia drive. Flashed latest bios. It will boot from xp or 2000 cd no problem,however both OSs stop at the start with bsod (2000 gives inacessible_boot device).

Tried with ME but the cdrom driver isnt the right one(doesnt load the cdrom drive). In a situation like this I normally remove the drive and install(with hdd adaptor) in a pc to format and copy the OS files then replace the drive and run setup from the hdd but this has a 1.8" drive and I have no adaptor.

HELP!!!

Mick

Answer:Portege 2000,can't install windows,ide errors

Hi Tyson,

Sorry but I am a little confused about your explanation. If I understand you right, you bought used Prot?g? 200 with external ?Toshiba CD-ROM device (PCMCIA)? and you try to reinstall it?

Do I understand you correctly?

As far as I know in original Toshiba Recovery CD there is driver for external "TOSHIBA CD-ROM" (PCMCIA/CARDBUS) and it will be loaded at begin of recovery procedure. If it works with non Toshiba devices it is unknown to me. If you want to reinstall OS without original Toshiba CD you must start the notebook using start disc with right driver for external device.

Like you said the best solution is to start setup from HDD. You must a Google a little bit around and I am sure that you can find one for you. Please check this site
http://www.addonics.com/products/Saturn/aesed.asp . There is described that the optional 2.5" converter kit can be used for 2.5" or 1.8" IDE hard drive.

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I need MAJOR help getting office 2007 enterprise installed on my computer.
When I first tried to install office, I got an error message stating "Setup
cannot find Enterprise.WW\EnterpriseWW.msi. Browse to a valid installation
source, and then click OK". I found a "solution" on a different forum which
said to

run these commands in command prompt

regsvr32.exe c:\windows\system32\msxml2.dll
regsvr32.exe c:\windows\system32\msxml3.dll
regsvr32.exe c:\windows\system32\msxml4.dll
Install

Well after those instructions, when i try to install office I now get the
error "Setup cannot find Office.en-us\OfficeLR.cab. Browse to a
valid installtion source, and then click OK."
I can go to this file on the disk, or a copied folder on my hard drive, and
open the cab file, but when I navigate to the folder for the install I get an
error "Invalid Location".
From other folrums, i tried these possible solutions:
1. Uninstall all office programs in add/remove programs, but none were
listed.
2. Renaming the "MSOcashe", which was only available when I has the install
program running.
3. Delete hkey_local_machine\software\microsoft\office folder using regedit.

All of these "solutions" did not work for me. Any advise would me greatly
appreciated.

Answer:Office 2007 Install Errors

Seems to be a common problemFirst try this:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301This worked for a few peopleThe solution is to copy the entire CD into a scratch folder and then install from the hard drive, not the CD.There;s always Open Officehttp://www.openoffice.org/

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I have an insignia desktop computer. Running Windows XP-SP 2 pro edition. I have the windows cd. I am trying to install Office 2000 from a legit disk with cd key. However, I get a windows file error stating that windows files are needed and to please insert the windows xp-sp2 pro disk. When I insert the disk a pop up message appears stating it is the wrong disk. Is there a patch or some other way around this so that I can install Office 2000? Thanks.
 

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Is there any way to install Microsoft Office 2007 on a Windows 2000 Professional operating system? If I have to upgrade what type of operating system should I install? Thanks!
 

Answer:Office Pro install on Windows 2000 OS

On Microsofts website, it states that Operating systems that are compatible with Office 2007 are as follows:

"Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack (SP) 2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, or later operating system"

So your best bet would be to go with Windows XP. Unless you want to go for Vista. I don't recommend it. Save yourself the headache ;-)

Info came from this link

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/suites/HA101668651033.aspx
 

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Something I did caused my Excel to not launch properly. It starts the Windows 2000 installer and then ultimately errors out on a Internal Error 2349. I have searched high and low for an explanation of this error, but am unable to find. Can someone lead me to water and help me to drink

Windows 2000/Office 2000
 

Answer:Office 2000 Install Error

Here's an MS link, http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q302399
 

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Guys...... Need your help big time. My girl friend's Sony (Windows Me) won't choose an earlier restore date. Her files we corrupted this morning trying to install a program.

Is there a way to over-ride the date and choose yesterday? Thanks in advance!!!!!!!!!!
 

Answer:Office 2000/97 install problems

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i have windows 98 whenever i go to open a file or program the window (loading offfiepro2000 ) pops up then error window pops in saying it cant load due to invalid character in program files ive tried everthing i know wich is not muchcan someone help me please
 

Answer:Office 2000: Error on Install

Here's what I suspect:

Open Windows Explorer.

You must have a folder called Program Files on the C: drive. Not ProgramFiles and not Program Files or Program-Files. Not Pro-Gram Files, not Program%Files. Make sure.

Also, never make another folder on your hard drive that starts with the word "program". You'll confuse it! So if you have any OTHER folders that start with those 7 letters on your C:, then rename that folder to anything else.

Let us know, okay? I could be mistaken!

[Edited by Dreamboat on 04-06-2001 at 12:28 AM]
 

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I've just installed a new copy of office 2k premium, in windows 2k.
I can't open it from icons, start menu nor from program files.

I deleted previous office 2k premium which used to close seconds after opening.
I followed instructions given and seemed my old office was no good, so i got a new different one.

That's the one i've just installed and is not opening. Sometimes message says error in installation, but generally it just doesn't open.

But i tried deleting and installing three times, same thing happens.

thank you
 

Answer:Office 2000: Unable to install

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Im running XP Pro. Ive upgraded to SP1 and have tried over and over again to get office 2000 premium to install. Half way through the installation i get the error "installer terminated prematurely". no matter what i do I get this message. It partially installs, but not enough to be fully operational. I havent ever had this problem and am unsure of how to fix it. is there a fix available?
Cheers
MK
 

Answer:Office 2000 wont install on XP pro

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I recently made a clean install of windows xp home edition sp2 on my pc.
Then I tried to install office 2000 from a cd and the installation stopped in the middle. No returning error messages. I cancelled installation and went from the beginning but got the same. I have used the cd on my other computer and worked fine. Any suggestions??

Answer:Can't install office 2000 on xp home.

Make sure the CD is clean and scratch free.

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The title says it all.

My computer crashed and I was able to restore most everything such as my printer which also requires a disk. For Office 2000, the computer acts as if no disk was in place.

The computer is a Compac Presario SR1500NX with Windows XP, Service Pack 2.

Any suggestions?
 

Answer:Solved: Office 2000 won't install

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when i try to install microsoft office 2000 it asks me to insert your xp home edition service pack 1 cd. so i insert the windows xp home edition that came with the computer and it tells me its the wrong cd.

Answer:Canot install office 2000

Click on the D drive, press and hold shift then right click on Office 2K and Run As, this should give you the option to run it as whoever.

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Hi,
I have a ms office 2000 premium edition and am trying to update the sp3 and having problems with it. It goes so far as to asking me to insert the office cd which i do so and then after a few minutes it comes up with the screen that the installation is incomplete. No other error message. I tried it several times with the suggestions given by the microsoft site, but doesnt work.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
 

Answer:ms office 2000 sp3 install problem

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I have to install MS Offfice 2000 on a laptop without CD-rom player. I transferred all the files to the harddrive via my computer and a parrellel cable. Then I tried to run setup on the laptop and it showed a small box which was preparing installation en then a larger window of m office showing it was also preparing installation of office 2000 then it stops and shows a box with a fatal error and installation ended prematurely because of error. When i look in the windows temp dir I see a txt file of office 2000 installation and MSIExec on that file everything is fine until after preactiondialog then it shows internatl error 2898, 2898, 2826, 2898, 2898 all underneath eachother and all saying contact product support.

On my computer on the harddrive it does work I'm running W2k english but on the other computer I'm running Win98 dutch and trying to install the english offfice 2000. Could this be the problem.

Many thanks if anyone can solve this!!
 

Answer:MS Office 2000 Install Problems

jork,

The errors you referred to are not too specific. I have listed the description of each below. The numbers in brackets refer to parameters in the actual error message.

2826 Control [3] on dialog [2] extends beyond the boundaries of the dialog [4] by [5] pixels

2898 For [2] textstyle, the system created a '[3]' font, in [4]
character set.
Are these the errors you are getting or is it something different?

Regards,
Roger

PS: These error numbers always appear in the log file, if they do not have the format shown above they are normal diagnostics that always appear.
RS
 

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I have a licensed copy of Office 2000 Pro which I want to install on my Dell 800 Latitude running Win 2000 Pro. After completing the required steps to install, I go into Word, Excel, etc., and the program(S) are asking me, "Do you want to register?" If I check "no" the program closes, and if I check "yes" I get the following message. "The registration wizard cannot run because the system information is either unavailable or incorrect." I am very frustrated as I have contacted both Dell & Microsoft, and neither can assist, Dell referring me to Microsoft and Microsoft referring me to Dell. Help me, please....!!!! Thank you, [email protected]
 

Answer:Install Office 2000 Pro Problems

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I am trying to install Office 2000 on an E machine,Plenty of memory on it, but when it starts installing It is extremly slow, and after about 10 min or so Get all kinds of warnings saying it can't read a file of the CD. Shouldn't matter but the disk is a CDR a backup of the original.
 

Answer:Office 2000 Premium install

Make sure you have ended task on everything except Explorer and systray before installing by:

ctrl-alt-del
Click on each item, one at a time, and end task. BUT NOT EXPLORER!

then install
 

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Hi Tom:Okay, I've tried to install Office 2000 on Win 7, as done on XP. As usual, it ask's for an earlier version for verification, as does 7, but always worked. However, when attempting to do the same on 7, it says it needs the (CTL3D32.DLL) even though I'm using a 64bit. No matter the many combinations I've tried, it continues to repeat the 1608 error. I'm also unable to apprehend the CTL3D32.DLL, as I'm sure you already know it's nearly impossible to acquire.Please tell me I don't need a new Office...

Answer:can't install office 2000 on windows 7

According to the Win 7 Compatibility site Office 2000 is not supported by Win 7, see here:http://www.microsoft.com/windows/co...EDIT ADDED:For the ctl3d32.dll see here:Another EDIT:You are loading it as a 32 bit program, not a 64 bit, correct?http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/d...MIKEhttp://www.skeptic.com/

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I want to install Office 2003 and I have Office 2000 currently running. Should I uninstall Office 2000 first ? How do I preserver my Outlook emails/folders and settings, will they all be there after installing 2003 without me doing something? Someone told me if I am running outlook express, I have to change to make regular outlook the default before installing 2003, is that true, or can I not sweat that one?
 

Answer:Going to install office 2003 over 2000...

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My friends Mesh comptuer crashed completely (Nearly 3 years old No access to drives) They sent a mechanic and it is up and running again (with a few faults) but he lost all his installed programs. We have been trying to install Office but get this message "Set up failed to locate a valid qualifying product on your machine" Any ideas he had office installed before the crash.Also does anyone know what this warning is on boot at Desktop Failed to load C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\ Startup\Current.vbs I have stopped the warning box appearing bu unticking it in msconfig. Any comments welcome

Answer:Office 2000 Install problems

Are you trying to install an upgrade version? click here

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I was trying to hook my computer directly up to the internet rather than wirelssly. I connected my computer to the router hooked up to the internet through a network cable. My main computer also uses this router to hook up to the internet. I try to enable sharing on microsoft 2000 pro and it tells me i must install at least one protocol for this network to work. I try to install TCP/IP and it tells me "Could not add the requested component. The error is: 0x8004A021. The computer says that I'm connected and says it has sent things to the main computer. Not really sure if it needs to communicate with the other computer considering the router is directly connected to the cable modem. It says Local Area Connection 1 has a 100mbps connection speed but i can't connect.

please help
 

Answer:Microsoft 2000 giving errors when trying to install protocol

Is there any chance that my cable router only allows one IP address to connect directly to it and that is the problem?
 

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Sorry for a long post but desperation now rules!

Following a recent crash I have been forced to re install Win98. After re install I was also forced to reinstall several applications also. Office 2000 was amongst them (successfully) and so whilst about it I thought I would service pack it SR-1 and 2. Following this Outlook would not send email(Internet mail). The message received on connection to my ISP was "Internet mail is not registered properly. Please reinstall and try again Error 08x80040154" ---- I did - Outlook was reinstalled three times. No change. I then re installed Office 2000 twice - once as a repair and once as a complete over install. No change.

Google searches revealed that there has been an issue with Outlook98 after security patching SR1. I found nothing for OL2000. Since the situation and symptoms where similar I followed the common solution found which was to manually re register the offending dll (Outlmime.dll) using regsvr32.exe. The registry was successful but didn't cure it.

Next thing to try was the next most common suggestion and that was to completely uninstall Office - reboot - and reinstall. Uninstall was uneventful and completed OK. On the re install I get to type in the CD key, accept the licence terms, press the "install" button and then
NOTHING! The install window disappears without an error message, a warning, a beep, nothing! Task Manager does not report set-up running (not responding). Thinking that I did somet... Read more

Answer:Help needed! Office 2000 install terminates

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Hi people,
I am having trouble with loading microsoft office 2000 prof.
disc 1 and 2. (by the way any other disc loads just these two)
I get the windows music when it starts to load. I have to do it from My computer and G which is my cdrom drive letter. Then it comes up with a error message "MSIEXEC" please please can anyone sort it out i would love to get ms office on my computer
I am using windows 98 and the machine is a bit slow but not bad
I look forward to any answers that can help me.
thanks venus
 

Answer:Office 2000: Install Gets Error msiexec

Has the system been virus scanned?

See this link for a possible solution:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q217/6/88.ASP
 

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Everytime I try to install Microsoft Office 2000 on Windows XP Pro Sevice Pack 3, I get "Error 1933 - Setup was unable to update protected operating system files". I have poured through google, this forum, and the microsoft support site. I have tried every possible fix and nothing has worked. I cannot roll back to a previous service pack as the restore disc for my computer is for XP Pro service pack 3.

Please do not suggest these fixes as I have tried them:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;314812&Product=ofw2k

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324500

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/899427 - This hotfix is no longer available

Does anyone have any other ideas? Nothing is working!
 

Answer:Office 2000 will not install on XP Pro Service pack 3

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While setting up a new pc (Windows XP), I installed Office 2000. I then did a terribly stupid thing. When I set up Outlook, I chose the Exchange Server option (which we don't use). Now when I start Outlook, it of course can't find the Exchange Server (because there isn't one). I get several error messages: "Server containing the Global Address List is no long available". I click ok and get "Unable to open your default e-mail folders. The information store could not be opened." and finally, "Unknown error 0X9AB40111". Outlook opens, but there are no folders, no outlook tool bar.

I have uninstalled Office, deleted the Office folder from Program files. However, when I reinstall it and open Outlook, I am still getting those same error messages. Obviously Outlook must store the use information in a different folder than the Microsoft Office folder.

I welcome any and all help in getting this resolved.

Thanks,

Sherry
 

Answer:Solved: Office 2000 install error

try this

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/197653
 

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I had to wipe my hard drive due to a virus and am trying to re-install MS Office 2000 Professional on my Win2K machine. I KNOW I typed in the product key correctly (I tried many times w/ another person verifying it for me), but I get an "incorrect key" error every time. I even tried on another computer with the same result. What could be the problem? The first 5 numbers of my key are KY3XK. I'm going crazy. Please help!
 

Answer:Can't install MS Office 2000 Pro - Invalid key error.

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Hey!!  Back again!!Been trying to install this Word Program  originally came as bundled software with my OS 98.I am using my XP now.  Not sure it is good for XP though.  The disk says:MicrosoftWindows NTWindows 98Does this mean it will not work with XPAnyway I have been getting error messages that I am missing a DLL file so I found a program and downloaded the Dll file     msaddndr.dll     I inserted it in windows sys32 but when I try to download the program again it still can not find the msaddndr.dll file.So, what do I do!thefonz

Answer:Trying to install Microsoft Office 2000 Small Business

I usually recommend Open Office at www.openoffice.org.  It will read most Word files, and doc files.  It doesn't yet read the new docx format which Microsoft introduced in Office2007.

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Please see attachment. Please help me to impliment install so i can install sp1a.
Thanks,
SWM
 

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I have been having this problem, even on a new intallation of an '98 os. I can install Office 2000 no problem, but when I attempt to install the Office sr1a update I get this error message about contacting Microsoft.
" Microsoft Office 2000 sr-1 Update did not complete successfully. For assistance, contact Microsoft Technical Support.*
 

Answer:Solved: Cannot install Office 2000 updates & patches...

Did you call Microsoft Technical Support?
 

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Hi, I have a copy of office 2000 update that I want to install without the hassle of installing Office 97, which I also have on CD. I have heard that all you have to do is copy a certain file from the 97 CD, put it in a specific directory, and install Office 2000. I do not know what the file is or where I should put it. Can someone help me?

All of my versions of Windows and Office are genuine, in case you were wary of helping me.
 

Answer:Install Office 2000 Update without previous version

I think it is just easier to install 97 then the 2000 upgrade. Not worth messing with these things. But that is my opinion.
 

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Having a strange problem with office 2K, I just moved the network from an older server running NT 4.0 to a newer server running W2K advanced server. For some reason when the users attempt to run word, excel, access they get the Office Installer screen that points to the old server looking for some files. The only change to the users machines is logging onto a new server. Other then un-installing, which I tried, anyone know how to get the install new component screen to stop appearing?


 

Answer:{SOLVED} Office 2000: Keeps Giving Install Message?

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How do I install Office 2000 on HP g7-2243US Pavillion with Windows 8 in order to upgrade to new office version without getting install error 1919 and error configuration ODBC data source Visual FoxPro Database ODBC error 6; component not found in registry?  Or must I buy new version and dispense with upgrade?

Answer:Office 2000 install error 1919 in Windows 8.

Microsoft stopped support of officce 2000 back in 2009, you may have to find a newer version.

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At random when I open programs or check my email a window will open that says "Preparing to Install Microsoft Office 2000 SR-1 Premium". If I just wait it will eventually ask me to insert the disk. If I click cancel, I end up clicking it several times before it will finally stop trying to install something. I do have Microsoft Office on my computer, however it works fine. What is causing this and how can I end this nuisance?

Thank you
 

Answer:Microsoft Office 2000 SR-1 Premium Install Problem

dgso911
Did you ever manage to sort this one out - really getting on my nerves.
Thanks, Joxer
 

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I use Microsoft Word almost everyday, but lately when I open it, Microsoft Office Small Business 2000 tries to install. If I quickly click cancel on the 3 screens that pop up, Word opens up ok and everything is fine for the rest of the day. If I let the thing run, it asks for a disk that I don't have. I've never used any version of Microsoft Office. Any ideas as to why this is happening?
 

Answer:Microsoft Office Small Business 2000 tries to install

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I am unable to install my Microsoft Office 2000 Professional Premium and get the message:-

Error 135 reading from this file! C:\Window\fonts\Hatten.TTF. Verify that you can access, Retry. Cancel

I have installed it many times before without problem.

I tried both Express and Customize installs.

I tried to install just Excel or Word which is all I need.

Always the same error message

I am running Vista

Be grateful for help
mygoose
 

Answer:Unable to install Microsoft Office 2000 Professional Premium

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I already have Windows ME and Office 2000 on my HP Pavilion laptop. This morning, after installing Project 2000 I started having this problem?
I can open files, but as soon as a Word or Excel document open, they close immediately. I then uninstalled Project, but still have the problem. Any ideas what is causing those documents to close and what I can do to correct it?
 

Answer:Office 2000: Documents Close Immediately After Install Project

Try this MS Technet Article, which specifically addresses the issue.
 

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I have a really weird thing happening on my Win 2000 (Professional) system.
I THINK it might be related to uninstalling Outlook 2000 and/or Norton Anti-Virus, but now, whenever I launch Windows Explorer - in particular to use the SEARCH function, it pops up the msi installer dialog:

"Please wait while Windows configures Microsoft Office 2000 Standard".

Of course, it can't find the CD, and gives me an error, and asks me to load the appropriate CD.

I cannot CANCEL the install. It keeps popping up until I kill Windows Explorer. Oddly enough, I CAN use Winsdows Explorer and search, it's just that I have to background the stalled installer windows... If I kill the installer process, it not only kills my Windows Explorer sessions, it also kills all IE windows as well.

IE 6.0.2800.1106
Win 2000 Professional (5.00.2195, SP 4) running on an AMD Athalon XP1800+

I have checked the event viewer, but no application or system errors are showing up as a result of this. It seems that the uninstall of Outlook 2000 has removed SOME files that Windows Explorer needs, but I can't tell what.

For the life of me, I can't FIND my Office 2000 Standard edition CD. All I can find is a copy of Professional, but THAT doesn't work. Whatever file it is looking for, it's not telling me and it isn't on the Office PROFESSIONAL install.

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Answer:Use of Windows Explorer (Search) causes install request for Office 2000 (Std)

Chances are you're using the Search Assistant. That being the case, it needs some more files off your Office Standard CD. Bummer.

Good news is that you can turn it off and have the good ol' standard search interface.

This involves mucking in the Registry so make sure you have a backup beforehand. Also make sure any explorer (both Windows and Internet) are closed before starting.

For Windows Explorer:
1. Start the Registry Editor
2. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Explorer \ CabinetState \
3. Right-click an empty space in the right pane and select New > String Value
4. Name the new value Use Search Asst
5. Double-click this new value, and enter no as it's Value data
6. Close the registry editor

If you want, you can do the same sort of thing in IE.

1. Start the Registry Editor
2. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Internet Explorer \ Main \
3. Right-click an empty space in the right pane and select New > String Value
4. Name the new value Use Search Asst
5. Double-click this new value, and enter no as it's Value data
6. Close the registry editor

To change back to the Windows XP default, just delete the key you created, or change the Value Data from no to yes.
To see the change, be sure to close any open Windows Explorer / Internet Explorer windows.
 

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hey,

this may be a stupid question but i googled the crap out of it and all i get are instructions on how to make one..

i dont want to just delete its folders, but its not in the list of installed programs..

does anyone have any suggestions?

its a 32bit windows 2003 server

thanks
 

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Hello,

I'm having a crazy two days. Two days ago I installed the Windows Update and it messed up my computer, in particular, IE6. I couldn't get into Control Panel or any windows function, couldn't fill out forms and the cursor wouldn't even go in any boxes. I read in one of the forums to go into Safe Mode and open Control Panel , which I did and from there removed the IE6 and Outlook Express updates. I can now get into my Control Panel and other stuff without the error 29 message. Microsoft Outlook 2000 was working perfectly fine during all these problems but now, since I uninstalled the, I can't do anything but open Outlook. It will not allow me to click any menu buttons or send or receive e-mail. I got out to my own domain server to get e-mails. In addition to that, when I put the CD in, it doesn't recognize it! I can browse the files but it says it's not valid. It won't start installation up so I can do a fix and repair or reinstallation. It worked fine the last time I used it after I had added the Service Packs.

Even Outlook Express will not open. From the CD, the error message says, Unknown Error. Also, when I'm in Outlook and I click on tools, I get the following message when I click on tools/accounts:

"The operation failed due to registry or installation problem. An OLE registration error occured. The program is not correctly installed. Run setup again for the program"

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Answer:After Install Windows Updates and After Uninstall Office 2000 Outlook does not work!

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The operating system is windows XP sp2 and office is already installed and has been for quite some time, but now every time I reboot/start up the computer...I get the windows installer pops up and is trying to install office 2000 pro, and you have to hit cancel three or four times in order for it to go away!!

Every solution that I've googled says something about having multiple user accounts and having them on different access privileges, blah, blah,blah...well this system only has one user account and it is on administrator access!!!!

Any ideas??

Roger
 

Answer:Windows installer tries to install Office 2000 pro every time the computer boots

That is strange... I see that all the time at work every time I have to logon to someone elses PC and then again when I go back to mine. Sounds like a profile issue.
 

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I'm running Win XP and I've just started having a strange problem. When I try to run certain programs (a chess game, an icon editing prog) or functions within a program (when I try and load an external script in a 3d graphics package) a window pops up saying that windows is preparing to install Microsoft Office or Roxio (both of these are programs I do have installed but I installed them months ago, long before this problem started happening). If I hit cancel the installation backs off then starts again. I have to hit cancel several times before it stops and the prog that I was trying to run opens up. If I let the 'installation' run it's course it tells me I need to insert the disk. Is it possible there are temporary install files that didn't get properly removed hiding somewhere and are being called inadvertantly?
Any suggestions would be great.
Thanks.
 

Answer:Office tries to install when running other programs

Hi urinal2029

Welcome to Tech Support Guy Forums!

What version of Office do you have installed?

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;265194
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;290301

Let us know if that helps solve the problem or not.
 

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I have just spend half an hour filling in the interminable form so that I can register on to a certain web site.So I fluffed a line and go the Go BackChanged thatThen it said no password - OK so the password it deleted each go back, understand.Something else was wrong forgotten whichNow it is getting nastyThat user name is already taken- it was OK at all the other attempts- OK think up a new one.Now it comes up and saysThis E-mail address is already registered.Well it is is not I have not registered yetSo how does one get the whole thing scrapped and start over?

Answer:correcting registration errors

Use another email address. Or press the forgotten password/username tab.

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Good Evening,I would much appreciate some advice. I up-grade from Office 97 to Office 2000. I had could not get Outlook to work properly - to cut a long story short! I tried various ways but now I continually get the message 'AN OLE REGISTRATION ERROR OCCURED. THE PROGRAM IS NOT CORRECTLY INSTALLED. RUNSET AGAIN FOR THE PROGRAM'. I have removed it and reloaded several times but no joy. When I click on Outlook I get the above message, click OK and it closes outlook down, so I am unable to proceed any further.Any computer wizards out there that can tell me where I cocked up!Help needed soonest.Thank you.

Answer:OUTLOOK 2000 REGISTRATION

Believe it or not this is due to a problem with Outlook Express click here

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This is my first time posting. I have relied on this site for so many years to solve multiple problems. But this time, so many things are going wrong, I can't figure out where to start. I am using an HP Pavilion a367c desktop running Window XP. Using AOL 9.1 for internet access, firewall, antivirus, spyware and mail. Also using Spybot. I have two teenagers who spend many hours viewing YouTube and anime clips; I suspect malware. Recently had to reinstall AOL (went from 9.0 to 9.1) because AOL would not start (said file was corrupted). Recently had trouble installing H&R Block Tax Cut 2007 (tech support had me disable everything in msconfig.com startup, install software and then enable everything). Current problems include:

1) After going to AOL, sometimes the mouse will not double-click. Roll-over works, but nothing else with mouse does (no double-click, no left click). No error message. Can not CTL-ALT-DEL, have to turn computer off and then back on to re-boot.
2) Way too much stuff starting at startup. Went online for advice on modifing startup with msconfig.com. I don't know if this helped or hurted me.
3) Something during startup is prompted me to install Office 2000. Have to cancel out install process everytime. Very annoying.

I was formerly a computer programmer (IBM AS/400), so I can follow directions (for the most part).

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Answer:Solved: Slow startup, Office 2000 tries to install, double click quits working

I don't think your problems with Office are malware related. Post in the Business Applications forum for help with that.

Run HJT again and put a check in the following:

O2 - BHO: (no name) - {243B17DE-77C7-46BF-B94B-0B5F309A0E64} - (no file)
O2 - BHO: (no name) - {BDF3E430-B101-42AD-A544-FADC6B084872} - (no file)
O2 - BHO: (no name) - {FDD3B846-8D59-4ffb-8758-209B6AD74ACC} - (no file)
O3 - Toolbar: (no name) - {BA52B914-B692-46c4-B683-905236F6F655} - (no file)
O3 - Toolbar: (no name) - {42CDD1BF-3FFB-4238-8AD1-7859DF00B1D6} - (no file)
O16 - DPF: {4A3CF76B-EC7A-405D-A67D-8DC6B52AB35B} -
O16 - DPF: {E93A6FCA-C052-45DF-AC9B-B729066092F8} -

Close all applications and browser windows before you click "fix checked".
 

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For some unknown reason to me, when I go to use MS Office products, word, excel, access, etc., I am asked to register the product. The product is MS Office 2000 and was registered when first purchased years ago. But now it is asking for it to be registered before it will allow me to use the products.

When I try to register online it fails (not supported anymore??) and e-mail option does not work either. Any Ideas as to how to go about getting this to work, since the product was registered previously?

Thanks
 

Answer:MS Office Registration

Open office is free and has all the same products.

http://www.majorgeeks.com/OpenOffice.org_For_Windows_d3461.html
 

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I recently purchased a new PC and went to install MS Office (that I purchased) onto it. The installation was successful and then it asked me to register the product. I went through the process (I had previously registered MS Office when I installed it on my old PC) but it tells me that the prodcut is all ready registered with a different PC and it won't allow me access to any of the Office Programs. I have not had any success with working with Microsoft in resolving this issue.
 

Answer:MS Office Registration

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I recently had to load old registry settings using the rb*.cab command. Since then i haven;t been able to open Outlook 2000. I get the following message: "An OLE registration error has occurred. This program is not correctly installed. Run setup again."

I've run setup many times but can't get it to work. I've deleted my office files and reinstalled office 2000 clean a few times but this didn't do anything. if also tried reinstalling '97 and upgrading but still bet the same problem. Please help!
 

Answer:outlook 2000 OLE registration error

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Outlook not run - When it is started up it comes up with the following error:
"An OLE registration error has occurred - The program is not correctly installed - Set-up again"

Than after pressing ok I get this message:
Windows\Application Data\Microsoft\addin\outlvba.dll - wrong something or other - I changed the name and even deleted the file from the directory, but still the same error.

Well, it has been uninstalled and reinstalled still nothing!

Any ideas???

 

Answer:Outlook 2000 -OLE registration error??

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I'm having several issues with my windows 7 PC. I've been trying to install a legit copy of Office 2010 from a genuine CD and it won't allow me, suggesting I don't have admin rights (I am the administrator). I was upgrading from Office 2007 and it screwed that up. I've uninstalled all existing versions of Office and it's still not letting me install.

The PC is generally very slow and laggy, and every time I start up it tells me something is wrong and runs check disk. I've done an FRST scan and posted the log below (not sure if this is relevant, I'll perform other scans if anyone can tell me what I need to do). Can anyone tell me what's wrong with the PC and how to fix it? Obviously I'd rather avoid formatting and starting again, although all my files are backed up... it's a pain to reinstall everything.


Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST.txt) (x64) Version: 07-12-2013 01
Ran by Steph (administrator) on STEPH-PC on 07-12-2013 14:54:26
Running from C:\Users\Steph\Downloads
Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1 (X64) OS Language: English(US)
Internet Explorer Version 11
Boot Mode: Normal

==================== Processes (Whitelisted) =================

(AVG Technologies CZ, s.r.o.) C:\Program Files (x86)\AVG\AVG2014\avgrsa.exe
(AVG Technologies CZ, s.r.o.) C:\Program Files (x86)\AVG\AVG2014\avgcsrva.exe
(Apple Inc.) C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\AppleMobileDeviceService.exe
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Answer:Running slow, won't install Office 2010, always runs checkdisk

Update: am now getting this message upon booting: Sec Slave Hard Disk S.M.A.R.T. Status BAD, Backup and Replace.

Apparently this means my hard disk is about to die, so I guess there's nothing anyone can do to help!
 

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Does Office XP Pro upgrade software "phone home" to register your software & PC during or immediately after the install process?

I had an argument with a guy who was trying to sell "Non-Registerable" Office XP software via a newspaper ad. I didn't realize until after I called him that he's selling pirated software. He tried telling me that it couldn't be registered, whereas I told him that the software "phones home" on its own. When I realized what he was trying to sell I chewed him out.

I've got Office 97 "registered" software on my desktop and laptop. Wouldn't an attempt to upgrade both with this "non-registerable" software create a red flag when I download updates to the programs from the MS web site?

Just curious... am I right? How can these guys sell this stuff without causing problems for the person trying to install it? I guess I'm naive about this kind of stuff...
 

Answer:Office XP Pro Registration question...

Office 97 doesnt require "activation" (what you refer to as registration), but Office 2002 and 2003 do. In NZ even Office 2000 requires it.

If he was selling a corporate edition or a hacked edition then its possible it would not phone home (it doesn't do it without asking/telling you by the way), but the serial may already be blocked by Microsoft for all we know, meaning you can never update it.
Its also possible that any attempt to update it could in the future allow MS to disable it, but thats another issue.

The seller is brazen to offer the software in a newspaper ad?
 

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I need help and see if theres something I can do before calling a tech support line and being on hold for 5 days.

My parents just bought a new Dell (XP Home) and my dad went ahead and ordered Office XP with it. Well I'm trying to register the Office Software b/c it 'warns' that after 50 days the available features will become limited. More MS ******** if you ask me.

Anyways, well I type in the code on the back of the 2-CD case and it says the code is invalid. WTF! Has anyone else had this problem? Any help or guidance is much appreciated.
 

Answer:MS Office XP registration problems!

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Can anyone tell me if there's a way to see a registry entry that tell you that your copy of Office has been registered with Microsoft? If you registered at the time of installation would the registry update to show that?

Answer:Registration proof of MS Office

Simply open Word or Excel and go to Help About and it will show you if it is registered or not.Bryan

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I HAVE OFFICE 2010 FROM MAJOR GEEKS BUT I NEED HELP GENERATING THE REGISTRATION NUMBERS.
IT TELLS ME I CAN ONLY RUN IT 8 MORE TIMES WITHOUT ENTERING THE NUMBERS:cry
 

Answer:Office 2010 registration

Hi

The version of Office 2010 from Majorgeeks, is a trial version and is just a taster for you to see if you like the software or not, and would pay for it.

We at Majorgeeks do not condone the use of keygens (we do delete or close such threads asking for these items) and if you like the software then you will need to purchase it or look for an alternative as in say Open Office which is free.
 

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Wondering how this works.

I'm setting up two pc's. One for my little kids on which i intended to install office for them in order to get to know word and maybe excel. When setting it up it prompts me for online or telephone registration which I will do on the main PC. How does this work. Will it prevent me from running the same license on two computers. Assume someone will wonder if i try to registrate it twice on two different pc's if it's hardware related.

Is there a way around it.

Help much appreciated.
 

Answer:office xp license registration

If its a full version of Office, it may allow 2 registrations based on the use on a second PC by the single user (concurrent use is not sanctioned, but use on say a desktop and then at other times a laptop by the one registered user is OK). I have it installed on my desktop and on my laptop, and it activated fine on bith but its a full version.

OEM and Academic versions probably don't allow it.

Read the EULA (End-User Licence Agreement) to see if your version allows it. Look up EULA in Word Help.

If its permitted for your version, then it will allow 2 activations. If not, then if you already have it installed on another PC it will refuse this one.

There is no way around it, you have 1 licence.

Microsoft sell "Teachers and Student" versions in some countries, these are very cheap (cheaper than Academic) and are designed to let kids learn.
 

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There are two new computers and I accidentally a version of Microsoft Office [with activation code] on the wrong PC, as it was meant for the other one.
Is there any way to take it off that computer so that it will work on the other? Can the registration to the one PC be undone so that it can be re-registered on to the other?

Any help is greatly appreciated.
 

Answer:Registration mistake - MS Office

Hi and welcome. Uninstall it from one computer, install it on the other computer, activate it, if you are given an error message, just call MS and explain the problem. They are able to give you a manual activation code as well.
 

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I have a new Dell Inspiron 15R. I keep getting the pop up to register the computer but when I try to fill out the form I get an error. If I decline to register I get an error. If I click "remind me later" I get an error. I called Dell to register it but the pop up is still there. How can I get it to go away. TIA
 

Answer:Solved: New Dell Laptop, registration pop up errors

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I want to sell my old laptop with the OS and all of the software installed.  However, my name comes up when opening many of the applications.  Is it possible to transfer the registration to the new owner (change the name) and/or hide my name somehow?  Thanks

Answer:Transfer Registration Name on MS Office & Comp

if you sell/transfer a pc with a system on it......its up to the person to seek a licence for it from M$oft......ok is the progam embeded with the o/s?? if not just install it?just reformat the drive and give the disks to whoever purchases the pc

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Is there a way to verify product registration? I pass the validation in WGA but am not sure if I registered the product back in 2007 when i bought it.

Answer:Verify ms office product registration

If it's a valid copy of the "product", call Microsoft.Contrary to popular opinion, they don't bite.

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hi,,


How I can deactivate registration for the softwear for all users?




thanks,,,


amhbh

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