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I have unisalled microsoft office professional 2003 and it contiually keeps trying to configure and insatall it again on my pc when trying to do almost anything. help

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Well..what's on it now? you would for all practical purposes, need to re format the drive. There may be files that are still asking for the 2003 applications, during startup..

it's not like uninstalling some other lighter application.

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Try using your office setup disk to uninstall it.. if nothing happen run in safe mode to uninstalled office.

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