From: Kirk MI Kirk on 13 Jun 2010 09:01
All 6 fail to install.
Both of the necessary Service Packs are installed on my system.
Now what? Just delete them?
From: Shenan Stanley on 13 Jun 2010 09:14
Kirk MI wrote:
> All 6 fail to install.
> Both of the necessary Service Packs are installed on my system.
> Now what? Just delete them?
Lack of given information...
"Both of the necessary Service Packs" <-- what necessary service packs for
what prodcut. I know your subject says "Microsoft Office", but... yeah -
there is not just one version of Microsoft Office and you might not even be
speaking of Microsoft Office Service Packs to be certain. ;-) SP1 and SP2
for Windows Vista?
So - please - when posting about issues with your computer - please consider
most people reading about it will not know a few things that might help them
help you about your computer...
- Operating System being utilized on the computer (Windows ______ _______
Edition with Service Pack _, __-bit)
- Version/Edition of the software in question if not directly Windows
related (Microsoft Office ____ with Service Pack _)
- Antivirus software installed (Exact name brand, version and latest updates
you have gotten for it and last *full* scan you performed with it.)
- Antimalware software installed (Exact name brand, version and latest
updates you have gotten for it and last *full* scan you performed with it.)
In your case - what happens if you manually install the Office Updates
(download, save them to your desktop, reboot the computer, put in your
Office installation CD/DVD and run the updates manually one at a time -
rebooting between each one for good measure.)?
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