My hard drive became full so i tried to delete programs that I rarely use, well i saw a program called "Microsoft Office XP professional with Front Page" and it said i hadnt used it in 2 years so I deleted it. WHOOPS! Now i cant get any word programs and anything I had created in word wont open. I restored my sysem to the day before I deleted it but It still wont install. I keep getting a pop-up saying that i need to find the location on the drive or the CD-ROM that has the installation program called PRO PLUS. MSI.
Well, to complicate things, I am currently deployed to Iraq so I cannot access my original CD that came with my computer, which is now in storage in the states! Is there another way I can get this program to fix my computer without losing everying on it?
P.S. Im VERY dumb with computers, so lamens terms would be highly appreciated :)
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Re: Deleted Program on accident....help?
Ok, OOPS!, The only way you're going to be able to access your word files again is to re-install MS Office. I suggest you leave it as it is, and reinstall MS-Office when you get home or try to get a copy of MS Office, because that is the only way to access your files. No need to format your laptop though. Just reinstall MS Office. and everything should be fine again. I f you just need MS Word, then when you reinstall MS-Office again, choose manual installation and untick all other installations except MS Word. In that way you do not need to reinstall the complete MS-Office but instead, just MS Word.
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Close down the program entirely that threw the R6205 runtime error message. Press "Ctrl-Alt-Delete" and select "Start Task Manager."
Click the "Processes" tab and click on the "Image Name" column header. Scroll down through the list of programs and check to make sure the original program that gave the error message is not on the list. Click on the name of the program if it is in the list and choose "End Process."
Close the task manager window and click the Windows "Start" button. Select "Control Panel" and choose "Uninstall a Program" under the Programs section. Select from the list of currently installed programs the program that caused the error and click "Uninstall.
Click on the Windows "Start" button, type "cleanmgr" into the Search field and press "Enter." Click on "Files from all users" if it asks and select "Continue." Choose the drive where the program was installed, check the boxes next to "Temporary Internet Files," "Temporary Files," "Recycle Bin," "Downloaded Program Files" and "Setup Log Files." Click "OK" and select "Delete Files."
Wait for the program to finish cleaning the files on your hard drive. Re-start the computer. Insert the installation CD for the program you deleted earlier or go to the website of the manufacturer and download the program again. Install the program.
Open the software program by double-clicking on its desktop icon or clicking on the name of the program in the "Start" menu under All Programs. Attempt to use the program to make sure the run time error message does not appear again.
Please be noted that your kindle memory should show as a drive letter in your explorer, if not, you need to take out your memory card and connect using a card reader, or plug-in to card reader slot if there's any on your computer.
if you cant remember your password you must use your recovery disk but this will mean you'll format your hard drive so all your files will be deleted or you could use a program called hdd unlock youll need a computer to do this because laptops only have one docking station for a hard drive to save space if you do have a computer connect your hard rive using a docking station download this program for your hard drive to be usable again http://www.hddunlock.com/download/.
First you should stop using the device where your lost video located. And ask the help of some thir-party software. Here I recommend you to have a try on Data Recovery, which enables you to recover lost video with ease. If you are using Windows, photo recovery can also fit your requirement.
Download the following file recovery program and try it to get back what you've deleted.
Or use your "restore" feature.Click -Start-All Programs-Accessories-System Tools-System Restore.After opening Restore-Click-Restore to an earlier time.There will be a calender,pick a time BEFORE the deleted file was lost and restore your computer so the file will be back.
Have you tried installing CCleaner and running it. There is a tool in CCleaner that will allow you to scan for errors. This should help you get rid of leftover files left behind from uninstalled programs.