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Windows 7: Office 2007 problems and installation error

03 Feb 2011   #1
davron94

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Office 2007 problems and installation error

I am using windows 7 ultimate and Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise edition. My problem started about a week ago when every time i would start up Word, a window would pop up stating that it needed to configure the program. the computer would then hang up and i would have to end the task. I decided to uninstall office 2007 from the computer and reinstall, but when i went into the programs listing to uninstall it could not complete the process. I went in and deleted all of the files on my own at that point (probably not a smart move). After that i tried to reinstall Office 2007 and it would get about two thirds of the way through and then the window stating "installation error cannot complete setup". I tried several different time and the same error occurred. Can anyone help me with this issue? I have to have office on my computer and the last thing in the world i want to do is reformat!

thanks for any help!!


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03 Feb 2011   #2
brady

 

Can you check your Application event log for errors? Do you have enough disk space on the drive you're attempting to install office to?
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03 Feb 2011   #3
davron94

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Yes I have plenty of space on the drive. How would i go about checking this event log?
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