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Windows 7: Office 2010 - Slipstream with Service Pack 1

01 Oct 2011   #10
CWBillow

Windows 7 b7000
 
 
Slipstreamed issue

Here's one: I set up my slipstreamed Office DVD. I ran the install without issue.

But when I went to set up my accounts -- in both POP and IMAP accounts, here's what happened:

I set up the acount with * REMOVED *, password and all. Then, in POP, I set up the pop and smtp incoming and outgoing settings.

Then I set up the PST and named it (in the POP settings) MyMail.pst.

Then I clicked finish.

What Outlook created as a PST for both types of addresses was

MyMail.com - Outlook 2010.pst.

I tried as many ways as I could thin of to just have the PST named MyMail.pst, but nothing worked.

Then I went back to the original Office files, re-installed (from scratch), then set up the addresses. This time everything worked. No " - Outlook 2010" attached to the PST file name.

Then I ran the SP-1 update.

Then I created another new address. Again, no problem.

So there is somting in the slipstream process that is causing "something." Whatever it is, it is a bother.

Regards,
Chuck Billow


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01 Oct 2011   #11
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hello Chuck,

I'm not sure what may have been the cause of your PST file to not work properly after the slipstream installation.

How does it work if you setup the accounts manually instead of with the PST?
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04 Mar 2014   #12
vega

win7
 
 

Sorry to post in a dated thread, but I could not find a better place to ask .......

I followed the 1st method, and installed from the hard drive no problem. Burning to a DVD results in "the language of this installation is not supported by your system" error soon after the disk is read. I've verified the DVD region and Windows 7 language. I also tried burning the disk with imgburn and Windows DVD maker.

Are there any special settings such as Joliet etc that have to be used to create the disk?
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04 Mar 2014   #13
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hello Vega,

You would only need to copy and paste the contents to the DVD. You don't need to use anything else to burn the file to the DVD.

Are you trying to install from the DVD when you get this error instead? If so, what language is your version of Windows?
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05 Mar 2014   #14
vega

win7
 
 

thanks for the reply Brink.

its English. The install works from the HDD, but burning it to a DVD gives me the language error.
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05 Mar 2014   #15
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

How are you burning it to the DVD?

You should only need to copy and paste the files to the DVD.

I found this that you may take a look at. It's a bit dated, but is for the same error.

How to fix the error: "The language of this installation package is not supported by your system" during Office Products installation? - SharePoint Business - Site Home - TechNet Blogs
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05 Mar 2014   #16
vega

win7
 
 

thanks again .........

I found that technet thread earlier while googling the problem. None of the 4 scenarios apply here.

I burned the disc using ImgBurn.
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05 Mar 2014   #17
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

How does it work if you do it described in the steps of the tutorial instead?
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05 Mar 2014   #18
vega

win7
 
 

if you mean using Windows Burn to disc from explorer, that has never worked on any of my pc's, I always get the

"There was an error burning this disc. The disc might no longer be usable." as soon as I hit Burn to disc.

thanks again for your time.
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05 Mar 2014   #19
vega

win7
 
 

for those who encounter this problem and cannot use the Burn to disc in Windows ...........

after most of a day trying to get windows Burn to disc working, following numerous threads etc I decided to revisit ImgBurn.

the default setting for the file system on thew options tab should be changed to ISO9660 + Joliet + UDF

the language error is gone

good luck to all
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