If setup.chm will be deleted then i will solve your problem by sending you a software,this software will recover and unerase all of your losted documents and all of the deleted files but i will sell that software if you want to purchase it then please contact me at another e-mail id that is- firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The setup.CHM error appears when the previous install is still there in some form. Run the uninstaller if it still appears in Programs, then manually locate and wipe all the Office folders left in in C - especially those in Docs and Settings. Now reboot and run install and run a cleaner like this one. Now reboot once more and install and run a registry cleaner like this one. Reboot once more and you will now be able to reinstall.
Kaspersky tells you whether this is because at some point that was
installed on the PC AVG8, but is unlikely to be removed either. I
recommend you look for the installation of AVG8, install and then
uninstall icon from the Add / Remove Programs control panel. This
should eliminate all traces that may remain in the system of AVG.
After this reboot the PC and can install Kaspersky without any problem.
Why a trial version of such old s/w? If you're sure you want that version of trialware, go ahead and start by placing the first disk in the CD drive (or if you have downloaded it, double-click on the installation file); if it doesn't open the Setup program automatically, try navigating from the My Computer window to see your CD drive, right-click on the CD drive and select Explore (the least harmless choice) and look for Setup.exe on the disk (double-click it to run the setup program).
The latest version of Excel is 2007 and it seems fine to me. MS has free d/ls of it on their site.
Plan B if you just need to view an Excel worksheet/book is to install the free reader from MS (from their Downloads site). It's more lightweight than any other option.
to repair it you need to install autorun eater. download here: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Security/Secure-cleaning/Autorun-Eater.shtml install and it will scan. also suggested to install avira, bitdefender or mcafee(trial also work). after install. restart: press f8 you will enter safe mood. in the safe mood you will see a icon on your taskbar name by mcdonald(the autorun eater software. right click and selct repair task manager, right click again selecr repair regedit and do the same thing select repair folder option.
after that wait untill about 30 minutes(autorun eater to finish scan)
Generally this error occurs because you have deleted your word.exe & excel.exe files to confirm of deletion of these application file you can check by following pathway. If they are not there means you should restore deleted file from Recycle Bin.
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11
If the file are not available in Recycle Bin then you should reinstall M.S. Office Application.
You can restore your system to an earlier date when it was working prpoperly.
When you try to start a Microsoft Office 2007 or Microsoft Office 2003 program, you may receive the following error message or an error message that is similar to the following:
Error 25090. Office Setup encountered a problem with the Office Source Engine, system error: -2147023836. Please open SETUP.CHM and look for "Office Source Engine" for information on how to resolve this problem.
CAUSE This behavior occurs when the following conditions are true:
* Two people installed Office on the same computer. * Both installations were completed by using the AllUsers="" parameter to set the installation for the installing user account only. * When both people were prompted to remove files that were copied locally at the end of Setup, both people did not remove the files. * One of the two people removed Office.
RESOLUTION To resolve this behavior, start the Setup program for Office. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Insert the Microsoft Office 2003 CD in your CD drive or DVD drive. 2. If the Setup program does not start automatically, locate the Setup.exe file on the CD, and then double-click the file to start Setup. 3. After the Setup window appears, cancel Setup, and then respond to the prompts to exit Setup.
Note: You do not have to complete the Setup program. Setup fixes the error condition when it is first invoked.