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Microsoft office Good morning sir' I have a Sony Vaio with Windows XP Home Edition. I' ve reformatted the hard disk to remove the virus residing on it. The action effectively remove also the Microsoft Office 2003. My problem is what particular website can I download for free the Office 2003 software or much latest software that will be compatible to my OS. Thank you, Ricardo My email add: ricsta_maria@yahoo.com

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  • Anonymous May 17, 2008

    Hi, good evening Sir,



    My computer is Sony Vaio laptop. I accidentally deleted a program specifically ATI/RS200 RADEON, a sort of a driver in the system, from microsoft windows 2003. My LCD video screen shrink. How can I restore it back so that I can enjoy viewing video in full screen..Please help me to download the same ATI/RS200 RADEON or the latest version into my computer free.



    Thank you very much.



    HERMIE



  • Anonymous Nov 22, 2008

    I formatted my hard drive by accident with all MS Office 2003. I don't know what to do.

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If your version of Microsoft Office 2003 came from a legitimate CD, then re-run the CD. If it is not taking your product registration key, then call Microsoft and have them override the blockage. I had to do the same when I wiped my hard drive clean - I found their tech support in this area to be most helpful.

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