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Install code for MS Office 2003 on Vista

Running Vista, download update will not install. Keep getting codes 1401,1402,1406 and E57

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  • revdak397 Dec 16, 2008

    You're going to have to say more! On my VISTA OS, the only file extension with .svg in the Registry relates to Coral WP. There are NO files with extensions .svgz.

  • revdak397 Dec 16, 2008

    You're going to have to say more! On my VISTA OS, the only file extension with .svg in the Registry relates to Coral WP. There are NO files with extensions .svgz.

  • revdak397 Dec 16, 2008

    You're going to have to say more! On my VISTA OS, the only file extension with .svg in the Registry relates to Coral WP. There are NO files with extensions .svgz.

  • revdak397 Dec 17, 2008

    Not looking for "install" codes for Office 2003, but rather the solution for not being able to install received downloads...eg, not having permission (even though I am the administrator). Need help changing somethjing in the Registry, I think. Thanks

  • revdak397 Dec 17, 2008

    Still getting INSTALL codes for Office 2003. NEED registry fix to allow me to install download & updated files to Office 2003. Still running Vista. (Note: have received the downloads through Windows Update, BUT they are not permitted to install (Install Failed). Is there a solution? Thanks

  • revdak397 Dec 17, 2008

    REgistry cleaner is not the answer. Have done so. It has something to do with me having FULL PERMISSION

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Hi,

  • I already encounter that one on XP but not on Vista. But My issue is resolve by MS Automatic updates.
  • and in Office Updates Microsoft require you to enter the CD/Code Key for the updates to continues.
  • but if your Office 2003 is integrate with your OS. when buy your Vista. i recommended the MS Automatic updates is helpful than, directly selecting the updates to MS Websites, might be that updates is not intended for your OS.
  • Vista OS have some incompatible issue in many drivers. defending on your Vista OS version and Manufacturer.
  • that error appear when your OS is not modified yet or updated.
  • uninstalling and re installing can also help.
  • or you download some files from the web, and save it your pc that infected with viruses. until you dont remove those files the infection is still on.
  • I'm also an administrator in our company and just share to you my experiences.
hope this tip can help you.

God Bless

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

May I offer an alternate possibility, Office 2003 as it is is already being asked "requires elevation" by Vista. Have you considered the possibility that the updates for Office 2003 may make it no longer compatible?

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa. Happy Holidays.

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You can go into control panel... users and change the permissions tho as an administrator you should have full control.... in vista run the program as admistrator... right click on the start up... it's in that menu.... and nmurali.... why would you be promoting software piracy ??

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Go to your user profile and check to see if you have all the rights of an anministrator bc it looks like it's not allowing you to install it bc of that., check to see if your not on a guest profile . Once you have all administrator rights it should allow you to install it.

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Http://support.microsoft.com/kb/884298 JUST CLICK THE LINK FOR FULL GUIDELINES AND INFORMATION

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Download a registry cleaner to fix this problem on your registry and then make sure your log in as the main admin on teh computer...

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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    Try this with the Office setup installation, Right click on it then click on Run as Admin so the program will be install under the admin rights under Vista....

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CMP-P6RC4-6J4MT-3HFDY

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Dear sir

FOR OFFICE 2003 ------ GWH28-DGCMP-P6RC4-6J4MT-3HFDY ( or use the following keys)
FOR OFFICE 2003 ------ TKFXV-BBC8G-9MHT9-69VDH-YD3HM
FOR THE OTHER PRODUCTS -------- WFDWY-XQXJF-RHRYG-BG7RQ-BBDHM




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