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Uninstalling to reinstall

Trying to install after a crash and restore point on xp home edition, lost software and now trying to reinstall. when i reinstall i am getting a error saying that xp has seen were i have uninstalled this and my comp needs to be restarted, i have restarted a number of times and no luck, same message. program is not showing up in add/remove programs or microsoft install clean up. despritely needing to install this to get back running.

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Make sure to disable your anti-virus software and spyware programs before you try reinstalling programs? Good luck Tim

Posted on Feb 07, 2007

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My windows xp home edition has crashed and i have no recovery cd


Find a friend with either a "retail" Windows XP Home Edition CD-ROM disk,
or with an 'OEM' ("original equipment manufacturer") equivalent.

Use that disk, plus the 25-character product-key on the label on the side of your computer,
to reinstall Windows, or first to try to "repair" your installed copy of Windows.

Or, if you have a "brand-name" computer (Dell, HP, IBM, Lenovo, Acer, Gateway, eMachines)
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I tried to instal greeting cards 123.Macafee didn't let me do it.Now I've lost everything.I can't even get my e mail.What did i do? How do I restore it to the original settings?


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Downloaded sp2 to my windows xp home edition when computer restarted i got a blue screen and error coad c000021a (fatal error code ) now i get disk boot failure how do i fix this


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My computer crashed and now microsoft office 07 wont work


I would probably run the following before doing anything else. It may take over an hour to run.

http://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=1718476&seqNum=5

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/924611/how-to-install-the-individual-2007-office-features-or-to-repair-the-in

If the above does not work, try the below. It may be a bit difficult to determine which system restore might contain the working setting for the 2007 Office as you may have generated several restore points in attempting to reinstall it. If you go back too far, the program won't be available or recoverable. Avoid going back to a point prior to its installation but walk it back to a date where it was working. That is, choose such a system restore point. This may work around your problem with reinstallation.

I am not sure how you are reinstalling the 2007 Office. Did you uninstall it and then attempt to reinstall it or did you try to reinstall it over top of the existing corrupted version? And from what source? If you have an installation file and the software key, you might uninstall the program with something like Iobit Uninstaller or Revo Uninstaller, then try fixing disk errors with Glary Utilities (if you can find a version compatible with your OS). Afterwards, try installing the program from Safe Mode.

Regarding reinstallation attempts, surely it requested the "key" each time you attempted reinstallation. Before you try anything else, you might run Magic Jelly Bean and Belarc Advisor to see what the programs pull up in terms of the serial number (key). If you can't find it, you know why your 2007 Office didn't run.

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Sounds like a bad file . I would consider reinstalling windows. When it starts up, for a new install, it will find your existing OS and ask it you want it repaired, say yes then it wil repair it and leave al you data as is.

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