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I have a office 2000 cd and wanted to install on alaptop with vista all the files show up on the drive but it doesn't self install

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go to offie 2000 folder and double click the setup file.
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I own microsoft office 2007 how can I download it onto my new hp mini110 which has no cd slot


"I have a netbook with no optical drive. How can I install Microsoft Office? A friend says I have to either buy Office as a download from Microsoft or get an illegal download - don't like either of those options. " Charles C from Iowa among many have asked this question.
There are several options for installing software onto a computer with no CD / DVD drive. We'll focus on Microsoft Office (as usual) but the same techniques can be used for almost any programs.
All these suggestion boil down to a simple truth - you can copy the contents of the Microsoft Office install disk to a folder which can be accessed from the netbook.
We have plenty of other netbooks on Office tips in our feature: Using Office on Netbook computers. Like this article, our feature was written on a netbook computer, so the advice is from hard personal experience.
Install disks are NOT that special There was a time when install disks were specially made so you could not copy them easily but those disks are rare these days. The installation files for Microsoft Office can be copied just like other files.
What really matters is the Product Key that's supplied with your purchase - it's that 25 character key which allows Microsoft Office to work normally. See What happens if your product key is stolen?
USB memory stick The easiest option is to copy the entire contents of the install CD to a USB memory stick or portable drive then plug that 'key' into the netbook.
Make a folder on the USB drive called, for example, Office 2007 Standard install.
Then copy the whole CD/DVD (sub-folders and all) with the root folder of the install disk copied to the new folder on the USB drive.
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Office install disk copied to folder on removable drive
When you plug the USB drive into the netbook, navigate to the install folder (ie what was the root folder of the original CD/DVD).
Double-click the setup program or right-click autorun and choose Install. This will start the install process just as it would from the CD/DVD.
Share a CD/DVD drive On a Windows network, any drive can be shared and 'seen' across the network by other authorized computers.
Go to the desktop computer, right-click on the CD/DVD drive and select Sharing (the exact menu wording depends on your version of Windows) then share the drive with appropriate permissions.
On the netbook computer, go to the Network option on the Start menu. Navigate to the desktop computer then the shared CD/DVD drive. You can then see the contents of the install disk, click on setup or autorun (as above) and the installation will begin.
Apple promoted a 'special' remote CD feature when they released the Macbook Air. It was hailed in many quarters as a wonderful innovation, despite the fact that Windows users have been able to do the same thing for years.
Copy to netbook across the network If setting up the CD/DVD as a network share doesn't suit, you can simply copy the install disk contents to a new folder on a desktop hard drive which is shared and accessible from the netbook.
On a Vista desktop machine the easiest option is copying to one of the 'Public' folders then make sure those folders are shared with the local network. The netbook computer can 'see' that shared folder on the desktop machine and you can install from there.
Alternatively, copy from the desktop CD/DVD to the netbook computer. Make some folders on the netbook shared with write permissions then open Explorer on the desktop computer navigate to the shared folders on the netbook. Copy the contents of the install CD/DVD from the desktop computer to the shared folder on the netbook. Install from the netbook folder.
Plug in a CD/DVD drive There are plenty of cheap USB CD/DVD drives available which you can buy to plug into your netbook. However, as you can see, there is usually no need because you can access an optical drive from a desktop computer via the local network.
Repairing Office In the olden days (ie a decade ago) if Microsoft Office had problems you'd have to dig out the install CD and reinstall.
For the last few versions of Office (Office 2007 and Office 2003 at least) that's rarely necessary. When Office is installed a copy of the key installation files is put in a hidden folder - if (when) Microsoft Office has a little nervy an auto-repair system should start and restore files from the source. Re-using the install disk is less common these days.

Article posted: Wednesday, 27 May 2009

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Installation of microsoft word 2007


  1. Insert your Microsoft Office CD into the CD/DVD-ROM drive and wait for the setup to launch automatically. If it does not launch, click "My Computer" (Windows XP) or "Computer" (Windows Vista or 7), right-click the CD/DVD-RM drive containing the Microsoft Office disc and click "Autoplay." If you purchased an installation file from Microsoft, download the installation file and run the setup.exe file.
  2. Type your 25-character Microsoft Office product key in the product key box and click "Continue." The product key is located on the CD jacket located in the back of the Microsoft Office CD 2007 case. If you purchased a Microsoft Office 2007 download from the Microsoft website, retrieve the product key from the confirmation email that Microsoft sent you when you purchased the download. Click "I accept" after reading the Microsoft Software License Terms and click "Continue."
  3. Click the "Customize" button and click "Installation options." Select "Microsoft Word 2007" and click "Install Now."
  4. When the installation process completes, click "Close." Follow the guided prompts to activate your product.

Jan 28, 2011 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Error 1335. The Cabinet file Data1.cab required for this installation is corrupt and cannot be used.


When you try to install Microsoft Office 2000 or Microsoft Office XP, you may receive the following error message: Error 1335-Cannot copy cab file Office1.cab. The file may be corrupt. When you start the computer in Safe Mode and then try to install Office, you may receive the following error message: The Windows Installer Service could not be accessed. This can occur if you are running Windows in Safe mode or if the Windows Installer is not correctly installed. You may receive this error message even when the Office CD-ROM package works correctly on another computer.

When you try to install Office while you are logged on to the computer with administrative rights, you receive the same error messages. uparrow.gifBack to the top CAUSEThis error can be caused by dirty media, CD-ROM read issues, or problems with me... loadTOCNode(1, 'cause'); This error can be caused by dirty media, CD-ROM read issues, or problems with memory allocation. uparrow.gifBack to the top WORKAROUNDTo work around this problem, try the following methods. Method 1: Clean the CD-... loadTOCNode(1, 'workaround'); To work around this problem, try the following methods. uparrow.gifBack to the top Method 1: Clean the CD-ROM loadTOCNode(2, 'workaround'); Use a soft cloth to gently clean the disc. uparrow.gifBack to the top Method 2: Change the memory settings for installation loadTOCNode(2, 'workaround'); To change the memory settings for installation, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, and then click Run.
  2. In the Open box, type msconfig, and then click OK.
  3. On the BOOT.INI tab, click Advanced Options.
  4. In the BOOT.INI Advanced Options dialog box, select the /MAXMEM= check box, and then change the setting to 256 (or lower if your computer has less RAM).
  5. Click OK to close the BOOT.INI Advanced Options dialog box.
  6. In the System Configuration Utility dialog box, click Apply.
  7. Click OK to close the System Configuration Utility dialog box.
  8. Click Restart to the following message: You must restart your computer for some of the changes made by System Configuration to take effect.
  9. After you restart your computer, install Office as a Complete Install.
  10. After you install Microsoft Office, follow steps 1 through 8 to clear the /MAXMEM= check box.
uparrow.gifBack to the top Method 3: Install Office by using a flat folder loadTOCNode(2, 'workaround'); To install Office by using a flat folder, follow these steps:
  1. Clean boot your computer. For additional information about how to clean boot Windows XP, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 310353 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310353/ ) How to perform a clean boot in Windows XP
  2. Save a copy of the Microsoft Office CD-ROM to your computer's hard disk. To do this, follow these steps:
    1. Start Microsoft Windows Explorer. To do this, right-click Start, and then click Explore.
    2. Create a new folder at the root of a hard disk volume, and then name it "Flatfile" (for example, C:\Flatfile).
    3. Locate the drive that contains the Microsoft Office CD-ROM, and then copy all the contents of the Microsoft Office CD-ROM into the C:\Flatfile folder. To do this, follow these steps:
      1. In Windows Explorer, click the CD-ROM icon (or DVD-ROM icon) that contains the Microsoft Office CD-ROM.
      2. On the Edit menu, click Select All.
      3. Paste all the files into the new folder. To do this, drag the selected items on the right side of the Explorer window into the C:\Flatfile folder on the left.

        Note If you receive the "This Folder contains "X" hidden files" error message, follow these steps:
        1. On the Tools menu, click Folder Options.
        2. Click the View tab.
        3. Turn on Show Hidden Files and Folders.
        4. Turn off Hide Protected Operating System Files.
        5. Click Apply, and then click Ok.
        Note If there are errors during the copy process, this can indicate problems with the CD-ROM (media), a dirty CD-ROM drive, or a problem with your hard disk.
  3. Restart your computer the way that you typically do, and then install Microsoft Office from the C:\Flatfile folder onto your hard disk.
uparrow.gifBack to the top Method 4: Install only one Office program loadTOCNode(2, 'workaround'); Install only one Office program, such as Microsoft Access. To do this, select a Custom install, and then cancel the selection for all but one of the Office programs. If the Setup program is completed successfully, restart the Setup program. Restarting the Setup program will take you into Maintenance mode. Click Add/Remove Programs, and then click the programs that you did not install in the first installation of Office. uparrow.gifBack to the top Method 5: Contact Microsoft loadTOCNode(2, 'workaround'); If the previous methods do not resolve the problem, contact Microsoft. For information about how to contact Microsoft, visit the following Microsoft Web site: http://support.microsoft.com (http://support.microsoft.com/) uparrow.gifBack to the top APPLIES TO
  • Microsoft Office XP (Setup), when used with:
    • Microsoft Windows XP Professional
    • Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
  • Microsoft Office 2000 Premium Edition
  • Microsoft Office 2000 Professional Edition
  • Microsoft Office 2000 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Office 2000 Small Business Edition
  • Microsoft Office 2000 Developer Edition
  • Microsoft Access 2002 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Excel 2000 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Outlook 2000 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Word 2000 Standard Edition

Sep 15, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Cant install word 2003 from bought disk on vista notebook


Copy this CD to a folder and then try installation.

Mar 29, 2009 | Microsoft Office Word 2003

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Does anyone have clue about the " Pro.Msi" File


An .msi file is a database of all the files, settings, and configuration information for the associated application. When you install Office on your computer, the .msi file is saved in a hidden folder. Without this file, Windows Installer cannot update your configuration, install optional features, or apply software updates. Office cannot be installed, repaired, or updated if the .msi file is not found.
Why is the .msi file missing? The most likely reason for Windows Installer to require the installation CD is because the saved version of the .msi file for Office has been inadvertently or deliberately deleted from your computer. It is also possible that the file is damaged or corrupted.
Occasionally, changing the drive letters associated with partitions on your hard disk can cause this problem to occur — such as changing drive C: to a different letter or moving the hard disk drive from one computer to another. Other possible causes are a damaged or corrupted hard disk or registry file.
What to do when prompted for a missing .msi file If you are prompted for the location of a missing .msi file, you must provide the original installation CD used to install Office on your computer.
  1. Make sure that you have inserted your Office installation CD into the CD drive of your computer. If you installed Office from a network, browse to the network location from which you installed Office.
  2. Click Retry.
In most cases, these steps should resolve the problem and Office can complete the installation and configuration of the needed component.
default.aspx?assetid=za790050011033I don't have the installation CD
Without the installation CD — or for computers purchased from companies such as Dell, HP, Compaq, or Gateway — you need to provide a repair CD to reset the installation created for your computer by the manufacturer. For information on how to apply the repair or installation CDs, you might need to contact the support representatives of your computer supplier.
In many cases, the files that you need are compressed on the repair CD and must be run by using a special program provided by the computer manufacturer. In some cases, the computer manufacturers might have customized the .msi file or changed the file name.
In situations where you cannot obtain the installation CD, your options are the following:
  • Continue with the existing installation of Office without updating. This is not recommended. Your documents and computer might become compromised from security threats.
  • Remove the installation and reinstall Office by using another installation CD. Removing the previous installation may not be possible in severely damaged systems where the registry is corrupt.
  • Run a repair CD provided by the computer manufacturer. For information on how to apply the repair CD, you might have to contact the computer manufacturer or consult the documentation provided with the computer.
If you do not know which version of Office you have installed, the name of the .msi file requested indicates the Office version you have. A table that correlates .msi files to Office versions is provided later in this article.
Office 2003, Office XP, and Office 2000 provide the Detect and Repair command. You can find the Detect and Repair command on the Help menu of almost all Office programs. Using this command corrects identifiable problems such as missing files, corrupt files, registry omissions, or damaged registry entries. It replaces the .msi file if it was deleted, damaged, or is the wrong version. Using the Detect and Repair command usually requires you to provide the installation CD for the version of Office currently installed on your computer.
default.aspx?assetid=za011526611033 How to prevent similar problems in the future To help avoid this problem in the future, use the following guidelines:
  • Do not delete hidden folders or files from any drives on your computer.
  • Do not move drives or change their disk identifier (for example, C: to D:).
  • Install all needed applications as Run from My Computer instead of using Install on Demand (available from custom installation within Setup).
  • Occasionally run the Windows Disk Defragment program to repair cross-linked files, recover lost clusters, and remap bad sectors on your hard disk. Any data present in a bad portion of the hard disk is usually lost and commonly associated with physical damage to the disk. This is most likely the result of high-vibration environments, such as the computer being struck, dropped, or kicked.
If you have Microsoft Windows XP as your operating system, consider using the System Restore option to restore your system to a previous configuration. Consult the Help and Support option of Windows XP for more information on System Restore.
Office 2003 .msi files If you do not know which version of Office you have installed, the name of the .msi file requested indicates the Office version you have. The following tables tell which .msi files go with which Office versions.
File name Description accessed.msi Microsoft Office Access 2003 Developer Extensions mui.msi Microsoft Office 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack (one for each language) muiwiz.msi Microsoft Office 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack owc11.msi Microsoft Office 2003 Web Components prjmuicwz.msi Microsoft Office Project 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack Wizard prjstde.msi Microsoft Office Project Standard 2003 pro11.msi Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 projproe.msi Microsoft Office Project Professional 2003 ptk.msi Microsoft Office 2003 Proofing Tools sbe11.msi Microsoft Office Small Business Edition 2003 vismuiwz.msi Microsoft Office Visio 2003 Multilingual User Interface Pack Wizard visprolmxi.msi Microsoft Office Visio Professional 2003 Office XP .msi files File name Description dao.msi Microsoft Data Access Object (DAO) lpk.msi Microsoft Office XP User Interface Pack (one for each language) lpkwiz.msi Microsoft Office XP User Interface Pack Wizard ork.msi Microsoft Office XP Resource Kit pro.msi Microsoft Office XP Professional Edition proplus.msi Microsoft Office XP Professional with FrontPage Edition ptk.msi Microsoft Office XP Proofing Tool Kit pub.msi Microsoft Publisher 2002 sbe.msi Microsoft Office XP Small Business Edition std.msi Microsoft Office XP Standard stdedut.msi Microsoft Office XP Standard for Students and Teachers owc10.msi Microsoft Office XP Web Components Office 2000 .msi files File name Description data1.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Premium Edition (all Office products) data1.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Professional Edition (similar to Premium but does not include Microsoft PhotoDraw) data1.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Small Business Edition (includes Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Outlook) data1.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Standard Edition (includes Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and Outlook) data2.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Disc 2 (includes Small Business Tools and Publisher) msowc.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Web Components orkdata.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Resource Kit proofkit.msi Microsoft Office 2000 Proofing Toolkit Note In Office 2000, the file name data1.msi does not clearly identify which version of Office you have. In this case, you need to inventory the installation of Office programs on your computer by examining your Start menu entries or click Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel and scan through the list of entries to determine the version of Office that is installed.

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Jan 24, 2009 | Microsoft Office 2003 Pro (269-07387) for...

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Download error for Ms office 2007


open office files dont work for ms word files. they are working in the same flatform but you cant open the file using the prescribed format. You need to check your cd installer. The setup icon should be the one to run in installing your MS Office 2007. Maybe its true that your installer cd was corrupted. try to secure a new one by purchasing a licensed one but if you like free just look for any computer technician in your area they have it if you're friends they will give it for free.I have an installer just email me jonags3@mail.com.

Nov 08, 2008 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Cd drive Acer Extensa 4420


After inserting the cd into the drive click on "My computer" and then click on the leeter of the cd drive. this will show files on the cd.
There should be a file called setup. Just double click it to start installation.(double clicking is clicking on something twice quickly in succession).

Oct 11, 2008 | Acer ASPIRE 3680-2022 Notebook

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Regarding frontpage


Well there is no way you can download the free version but the trial is there
Download Free trial of front page

or there is one more way do you have a copy of Microsoft office 2000 then you can install from that CD go to custom instalation and then install the software from there

Aug 04, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Lost my right as administrator


You have done big mistake that's why you are getting problem.

1)Regarding installation of win XP over windows vista.
You have to install first lower version and then higher version i.e. you should install first win xp and then windows vista. But vice-versa you can't do it.
So my suggestion is that format your c drive then install win XP
after installation win XP install win vista.

2) which operation system do you want to open .
You can remove it using windows tweak utility software wich is freely available on most of the website. Also you can manually edit it.
For manually do this.( i m not sure about windows vista it is available or not)
right click on my computer->click on Advanced Tab->setup and recovery framework click on settings->click on Edit button
You will see the boot.ini file. You can remove the windows XP line from that file.

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