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The file that your installation setup is looking for is the "Doctor
Watson" launcher (dwtrig20.exe). From the error message you posted,
setup is looking for the file on you installation media in the U.S.
English directory "office.en-us".
What all of this means is that your installation media is probably
corrupt. If this is a legal copy of Office, you should be able to get a
replacement disk from MS at no cost. If you have a friend with a copy
of the disk, you can borrow it to complete your installation. You would
just use your own registration code.
If this is a pirated copy of Office, corrupt files are common. You're on your own in that case
The file can be copied from different computer using the same operating system and same version..It can only be done if you can hook up your hardisk from that computer and make it as slave...go to search file and search for the NTLDR file and its directory. copy the file and save it to the same directory of your hardisk slave. If file copying is successful, disconnect your hardisk from that computer and connect it to your laptop, then try to boot.
If that did not work, you can repair your missing file by running your windows installer. Make your cd rom as first booting device and run the setup of windows, when prompted, press F8.. follow some instructions. After searching previous windows system press R key to repair the system.. The set up will restart your unit once its complete.
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It means Operating System was not installed completely. Do the followings:
1. Insert the CD or DVD of Operating System and then boot your machine.
2. Simply follow instructions to screen to complete the installation.
3. Note that an Operating System have TWO steps to complete before we decleare that OS is installed. In first step it format the hard drive, copy setup files from CD/DVD to formated hard drive in a temp directory. This step is called "SETUP". Your computer reboot itself after this step. It does not mean operating system is installed.
4. In 2nd step, make sure CD/DVD is still in your machine, just watch while OS starts 'INSTALLATION" . You will be able to view the progress.
OS might ask you input OS product key, computer name and some basic network information which you should have handy.
Once Installation is complete, your PC will reboot and NOW you have a full fledge OS on your PC.
shell32.dll file is very important windows system files.It control all users grapgical settings, icons, anything related to graphic user interface of the Operating system.If shell32.dll cannot be copied during installation,the system never gets to GUI mode.Try using a New CD/DVD.it will solve your problem.
Ensure all of the Windows XP installation discs and information are present.
Install the Windows XP disc.
Press and hold <Ctrl>+<Alt>+<Del> at the same time to restart the computer.
When the computer restarts and the splash screen appears, press
In the Boot menu, use the <Up> and <Down> arrows to select either CD or DVD, and then press <Enter> to continue.
If prompted, press any key to continue. If you do not press a key, the computer starts from the hard drive. In that case, wait until Windows has completed started up, and then begin again.
At the Windows XP setup window, select To set up Windows XP now, press Enter, and then press <Enter>.
Press <F8> to accept the terms and conditions specified in the license agreement.
you will have to reformat the entire hard drive/disc
In the Windows Setup Partition screen, press <Enter> to partition the hard drive. On this screen, review the listed partitions. Usually, the original operating system partition is labeled (OS) and is also the largest partition.
Use the <Up> and <Down> arrows on your keyboard to highlight the OS partition and press <D> to delete the partition.
When the Confirmation screen appears, review the warnings and press <Enter>to continue. You will now be returned to the previous screen.
Use the <Up> and <Down> arrows to highlight the unpartitioned space and press <Enter> to set up Windows XP. The Windows XP Setup appears with the following information highlighted: Format the partition using the NTFS system.
Press <Enter> to continue. On the next screen, a progress bar shows the format process. When the format is complete, the setup files are copied to the hard drive. The following message appears: Please wait while setup copies files to the Windows installation folders. This might take several minutes.
Then follows Setup is copying files…. The status bar displays the percentage complete. When complete, the computer reboots and the set up wizard appears.
When the Regional and Language Options window appears, change as needed, then click Next.
When the Personalize Your Software window appears, enter a name and organization if wanted, then click Next.
When the Product Key window appears, enter the product key, then click Next.
When the Computer Name and Administrator Password window appears, enter a password if wanted, then click Next. When you enter the password, be sure the caps lock is off; passwords are case sensitive.
When the Date and Time Setting window appears, change as needed, then click Next.Windows is installed, a progress bar indicates approximately how much of the task is complete.
The computer reboots.
The Windows XP operating system is fully installed.
If you replace or upgrade your os the nothing to worry to remove privious version do one thing:-right click on your my computer icon - properties- click on advance tab- go on startup and recovery-setting-select default operating system-edit-delete the old operating path file and save it.