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Office 2010 Starter edition - click to run failure

I have tried to uninstall the product as for some reason after 18 months it started requesting a product key!? I then tried installing Office 2007 which I already have but this failed too and now I have uninstalled 2007 it still wont uninstall the 2010 or open even a word document? Any help appreciated as I will have to take to PC World or the similar as cant be without it much more :(

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  • AmandaD Jul 18, 2013

    any ideas?



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Hi Amanda,
I assume you've tried uninstalling 2010 from the Control Panel> Programs and Features.
I've had the same issue before and this video from Microsoft did the trick.
How to manually uninstall MS Office Products.
Hope this helps!
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Posted on Jul 18, 2013

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  • AmandaD Jul 18, 2013

    Hi Gary, I tried the uninstall and it has now successfully gone but i cannot get any office product to work :(

  • AmandaD Jul 18, 2013

    getting Click-2-Run Virtualization Handler error 30015. :(

  • AmandaD Jul 21, 2013

    I have tried reinstalling product and now I have an error which means windows won't even start up? I don't recall ever having the windows disc and I only have a Samsung recovery disc.....? :(



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