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If you hve ms office 2010 product with you, open that cd using your dvd drive, open the cd you will find a setup (.exe) file, and run that file. It wll take quite time to install. just click next button till it get installs.
you might not have uninstalled AVG .instead you could have deleted the AVG folder. AVg components are still there in the registry.if you didnt uninstall it ,install AVG once more and uninstall it manually. if its not working remove AVG components from registry here are the instrucions: To remove the AVG registry entries, open Registry Editor (Start->
Run-> Regedit). In the registry editor, navigate to the entries
Right click on these entries and then delete them. If you are not
comfortable about deleting registry entries, you can use a free
registry cleaner. If you are using a 64 bit machine, then these are the
entries to be removed.
I am of the mind to do a complete reinstall of the operating system including flash the BIOS even if it is the same version. I worked many hours tracking down and thinking you found every part of the problem on to hit an .EXE and it all starts over again....I just clean out everything and start fresh. If you tell us what make and model of computer along with the operating system it is we can direct you to the drivers for the reinstall. Some off those programs - for example AOL seem to be virus magnets. (if it is a dell it is really simple if you just put in your service code- it give you your particular driver of your computer.) That is what I would do...Or you can keep hunting. please leave rating,,,thank you
Apparently your Microsoft Office files have been deleted or damaged. Try System Restore first (Open Control Panel, click on 'Performance and Maintenance' then in the left column choose 'System Restore' and follow the directions for "Restore my computer to an earlier time"). If this doesn't help, you'll need to completely re-install Microsoft Office.