Question about Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 Upgrade: Windows
Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like it's a compatability issue. Try right clicking the .exe setup file and choosing run in compatability mode. Or you could try right clicking the .exe setup file and going into property's, run in, and choose run this file in Windows xp service pack 2 mode. Apply the changes and try again. If that still won't work make sure your PC is fully upto date and has all net framework packages installed. A lot of programs refuse to install unless you have all the necessary updates and frameworks and Java installed. It doesn't specifically tell you the problem. Just gives you an error on install.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What version of Windows are you using? Also, do you have Administrator permissions associated with your profile? You may need to disable antivirus software as well.
Posted on Oct 23, 2007
This error is common with copies. Burn the disc at a low speed.
Posted on Sep 28, 2012
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