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Most probably your users' profile is corrupt!! Try this,
1. Created a new user profile
2. Use windows cleanup to delete old files.
3. Restart PC and use new account.
4. Works...?? when you open Winword?
5. Then use your newly created account.
** Don't forget to backup your necessary data first
Hope it helps.
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To download the product key you will need a torrent application such as vuze and to download this go to http://download.cnet.com/1770-20_4-0.html?query=vuze&tag=srch&searchtype=downloads&filterName=platform%3DWindows%2CWebware&filter=platform%3DWindows%2CWebware
After you download the torrent application go to this url:
Choose one of the keygens to download preferably one with more S's or seeds. Download the file(oh and beware check if there are any negative comments on the download before downloading) and then double click on the downloaded file. Vuze should automatically be opened and should start downloading soon enough. Double click on the opened file and you should have a keygen to generate you a product key for MS office
Find a place on the internet that sells office 2003. They will instruct you on how to download it. You will get an exe file which is an application file. You just have to click on it after the download is done and it will load itself.
do you have other applications running in the background? Close them down, also the Internet explorer. Check in the taskmanager that you have no other application running and try to start the application again.
Check the available space on your drive c:
Is Microsoft Office installed on a server then the server maybe running out of space and you should report this to the server administrator.
Make sure that you dont have any other applications open during the install. For example, if you have a previous version of Office, close all programs, make sure MS Outlooks is closed. If you are installing a fresh copy, there may be other applications or services running that need to be closed. One option could be to do a Safe Boot which will load up minimum drivers, then try installing MS Office - however you should not have to do this as I have never heard of this being necessary.
Hello, Depending on how much disk space you have left onyour hard drive, Microsoft Home and Student requires at least 1.5GB offree space. I've posted the minimum system requirements below, you willneed these to run Office Home and Student 2007.