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HP Pavillion dv5. Boight in February 2009. Cannot read any disk, whether offical microsoft to install Office 2007, DVD or audio CD

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Maybe the panel wire inside the computer may not installed properly.Check ur computer at the same shop.

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Why I can not to download microsoft office 2007???


Overview The 2007 Microsoft Office Suite Service Pack 2 (SP2) provides customers with the latest updates to the 2007 Office suite (the products that are affected by this update are listed below). This download includes two types of fixes:
  • Previously unreleased fixes that were made specifically for this service pack.
    • In addition to general product fixes, this includes improvements in stability, performance, and security.
    • You can find out more information in Knowledge Base Article 953195, where product-specific changes are described.
  • All of the Public Updates, Security Updates, Cumulative Updates, and Hotfixes released through February 2009.

Before installing this service pack, you are strongly encouraged to read 953195, which describes some big improvements introduced by SP2, and also calls out some important information that you should be aware of before installing. arrow_anchorlink_up.pngTop of page System requirements Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista Service Pack 1, Windows XP Service Pack 3

Service Pack 2 will update the following:
  • Microsoft® Office Basic 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Enterprise 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Professional 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Professional Plus 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Small Business 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Small Business Management 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Standard 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Ultimate 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Access® 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Excel® 2007
  • Microsoft® Office InfoPath® 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007
  • Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Publisher® 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Word 2007
  • Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2007
  • Microsoft® Office Groove® 2007
arrow_anchorlink_up.pngTop of page Instructions To install this update, do one of the following:
  • Use Microsoft Update (recommended).
    • Microsoft Update consolidates all updates into one location and offers you only those that affect your particular system.
  • Install this update manually.
    • Download the file by clicking the Download button on this page.
    • Save the file to your hard disk drive.
    • Locate the .exe file that you saved, double-click it, and follow the instructions on the screen.

Aug 08, 2011 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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From Service Pack 3 with Microsoft office 2007, how do i change my operating system to MS office 2007?


Hi, there!
As I know, MS office is a software to use for office works such as typing document, calculate and basic office database. MS Office software is NOT an operating system. You can not change you operating system to MS Office 2007. I think you meant is: Install Service Pack 3 of Microsoft Office 2007 on your computer. To do so, you first need the Microsoft Office 2007 software on your computer or you need MS Office 2007 disk. The Service Pack 3 of MS Office 2007 is the update only not the actual software to use.

Hope this will help. Thanks for reading.

Jul 20, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I own microsoft office 2007 how can I download it onto my new hp mini110 which has no cd slot


"I have a netbook with no optical drive. How can I install Microsoft Office? A friend says I have to either buy Office as a download from Microsoft or get an illegal download - don't like either of those options. " Charles C from Iowa among many have asked this question.
There are several options for installing software onto a computer with no CD / DVD drive. We'll focus on Microsoft Office (as usual) but the same techniques can be used for almost any programs.
All these suggestion boil down to a simple truth - you can copy the contents of the Microsoft Office install disk to a folder which can be accessed from the netbook.
We have plenty of other netbooks on Office tips in our feature: Using Office on Netbook computers. Like this article, our feature was written on a netbook computer, so the advice is from hard personal experience.
Install disks are NOT that special There was a time when install disks were specially made so you could not copy them easily but those disks are rare these days. The installation files for Microsoft Office can be copied just like other files.
What really matters is the Product Key that's supplied with your purchase - it's that 25 character key which allows Microsoft Office to work normally. See What happens if your product key is stolen?
USB memory stick The easiest option is to copy the entire contents of the install CD to a USB memory stick or portable drive then plug that 'key' into the netbook.
Make a folder on the USB drive called, for example, Office 2007 Standard install.
Then copy the whole CD/DVD (sub-folders and all) with the root folder of the install disk copied to the new folder on the USB drive.
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Office install disk copied to folder on removable drive
When you plug the USB drive into the netbook, navigate to the install folder (ie what was the root folder of the original CD/DVD).
Double-click the setup program or right-click autorun and choose Install. This will start the install process just as it would from the CD/DVD.
Share a CD/DVD drive On a Windows network, any drive can be shared and 'seen' across the network by other authorized computers.
Go to the desktop computer, right-click on the CD/DVD drive and select Sharing (the exact menu wording depends on your version of Windows) then share the drive with appropriate permissions.
On the netbook computer, go to the Network option on the Start menu. Navigate to the desktop computer then the shared CD/DVD drive. You can then see the contents of the install disk, click on setup or autorun (as above) and the installation will begin.
Apple promoted a 'special' remote CD feature when they released the Macbook Air. It was hailed in many quarters as a wonderful innovation, despite the fact that Windows users have been able to do the same thing for years.
Copy to netbook across the network If setting up the CD/DVD as a network share doesn't suit, you can simply copy the install disk contents to a new folder on a desktop hard drive which is shared and accessible from the netbook.
On a Vista desktop machine the easiest option is copying to one of the 'Public' folders then make sure those folders are shared with the local network. The netbook computer can 'see' that shared folder on the desktop machine and you can install from there.
Alternatively, copy from the desktop CD/DVD to the netbook computer. Make some folders on the netbook shared with write permissions then open Explorer on the desktop computer navigate to the shared folders on the netbook. Copy the contents of the install CD/DVD from the desktop computer to the shared folder on the netbook. Install from the netbook folder.
Plug in a CD/DVD drive There are plenty of cheap USB CD/DVD drives available which you can buy to plug into your netbook. However, as you can see, there is usually no need because you can access an optical drive from a desktop computer via the local network.
Repairing Office In the olden days (ie a decade ago) if Microsoft Office had problems you'd have to dig out the install CD and reinstall.
For the last few versions of Office (Office 2007 and Office 2003 at least) that's rarely necessary. When Office is installed a copy of the key installation files is put in a hidden folder - if (when) Microsoft Office has a little nervy an auto-repair system should start and restore files from the source. Re-using the install disk is less common these days.

Article posted: Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Jun 17, 2011 | HP Computers & Internet

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Installation of microsoft word 2007


  1. Insert your Microsoft Office CD into the CD/DVD-ROM drive and wait for the setup to launch automatically. If it does not launch, click "My Computer" (Windows XP) or "Computer" (Windows Vista or 7), right-click the CD/DVD-RM drive containing the Microsoft Office disc and click "Autoplay." If you purchased an installation file from Microsoft, download the installation file and run the setup.exe file.
  2. Type your 25-character Microsoft Office product key in the product key box and click "Continue." The product key is located on the CD jacket located in the back of the Microsoft Office CD 2007 case. If you purchased a Microsoft Office 2007 download from the Microsoft website, retrieve the product key from the confirmation email that Microsoft sent you when you purchased the download. Click "I accept" after reading the Microsoft Software License Terms and click "Continue."
  3. Click the "Customize" button and click "Installation options." Select "Microsoft Word 2007" and click "Install Now."
  4. When the installation process completes, click "Close." Follow the guided prompts to activate your product.

Jan 28, 2011 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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DVD drive won't read original microsoft office installation disk - it will read other disks. Also the microsoft disk can be read from DVD drives in other computers.


Hi,
First are you CERTAIN the computer you are using the dvd in is capeable of reading dvd discs? If so I'd recomend purchasing a cd/dvd cleaner (available online and in most audio shops) and a CD Lense cleaner.
This should cure your problrm, unless it's one of the first signs of the laser wearing out, in which case a replacement drive is required

Jan 16, 2011 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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I have xp i have 512 MB RAM and P3 processer but i cant not install ms office 2007


In order to install any software, it is imperative to ensure that the computer in question meets or exceeds the minimum requirements.

Foremost, Microsoft Office Basic/Standard/Home & Student/Professional/Small Business/Professional Plus/Enterprise 2007 require a CD-ROM or DVD drive. Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007 requires a DVD drive.

Microsoft Office Basic/Standard/Home & Student/Professional/Small Business/Professional Plus/Enterprise/Ultimate 2007 requires a system that has at least 500 MHz (since a Pentium III can range in speed from 450 MHz to 1.4GHz, it seems likely that you've met this specification); & at least 256 MB of RAM (your system's 512 MB meets this & is the minimum amount recommended for Outlook Instant Search).

However, you did not make mention of which service pack (1, 2, or 3) that is installed on your version of MS Windows XP (MS Office Basic/Standard/Home & Student/Professional/Small Business/Professional Plus/Enterprise/Ultimate 2007 requires at least SP2); nor did you mention how much free disk space is on your system. MS Office Basic/Standard/Home & Student 2007 requires at least 1.5 GB (MS Office Professional/Small Business/Professional Plus/Enterprise 2007 requires at least 2 GB of free disk space & MS Office Ultimate 2007 requires at least 3 GB of free disk space. Also, MS Office Basic/Standard/Home & Student/Professional/Small Business/Professional Plus/Enterprise 2007 requires an Internet browser comparable to at least Internet Explorer 6 (IE6).

By the way, OneNote Instant Search & OneNote Audio Search require a CPU of at least 2 GHz & at least 1 GB of RAM. 1 GB of RAM is also the minimum requirement for grammar & contextual spelling in Word. Business Contact Manager requires a CPU of at least 1 GHz & at least 512 MB of RAM. Since you did not mention your exact iteration of MS Win XP (Home/Professional/Professional 64-Bit), it is important to note that "Send to OneNote 2007" print driver, Internet Fax, & Groove Folder Synchronization are not available on 64-bit operating systems.

Furthermore, I do not find it reasonable to quote any more specifications such as those for MS Office Accounting products unless found necessary, besides such specs are readily available at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/products/2007-microsoft-office-release-system-requirements-HA010166865.aspx?CTT=1.

It is entirely possible that the cause of installation failure could be a faulty optical disk drive (CD/DVD/etc.) an invalid product key or perhaps an operating system (OS) which the installation deems to not be genuine.

Sep 25, 2010 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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I have an acer netbook computer running with vista and 2 mg RAM. I am using a usb CD Rom drive to lload programs. When I try to insstall Office Enterprise 2007 (licensed for students and faculty) the disk...


Sorry, but that's not the case. Most DVD drives will read CD's, but most CD drives will not read DVDs, so unless yours specifically says it's a DVD drive, It's not going to work for you. HINT: the cost of a DVD drive is far less than the cost of Office software.

Dec 08, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Error 1606: Can not locate network location; during Adobe Acrobat Reader 9.1 and Microsoft Office Standard Version 2007 install


On another computer with a cd/dvd drive hooked up to the internet Go to HP.com/support and, download the drivers for vista for your computer then install them on your malfunctioning computer

May 29, 2009 | HP Computers & Internet

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