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I cant instal any type of microsoft office on my windows 7 notebook installation roll back when almost done and displays error

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  • Ma Rowenaliz Gayoma Mar 14, 2011

    may i know the exact error message it shows?

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Got to be bad media,everyone has a good install of micro/office.firstly clean and dry then re-try your disks/media.there is a possibility they could just be faulty.

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