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Windows 7: Error opening installation log file - office compatability pack


18 Nov 2011   #1

XP Pro - Vista - windows 7 ultimate/64
 
 
Error opening installation log file - office compatability pack

Win 7 SP1 Home premoim with Norton 360, & AOL 9.5

We did the following:

1. Uninstalled all components of Windows Live (known compatability issues with Office 2000).
2. Attempted to install Word 2000, got error "error opening installation log file" - followed Article ID: 217560 which said change the Word setup.ini file as follows:


[Logging]
Type=icewarmup
Path=%TEMP%
Template=Office %username%(*).txt

This worked.

3. We attempted to run/install the office compatability pack, and got the same error; we also ran as an administrator with the same result

This remains unresolved, although I have seen blogs with the same problem with Nero, itunes, and other softeware with installing and uninstalling.

What is wrong here, and how do we stop recurrences of this problem?

My System SpecsSystem Spec
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