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I am installing Office 2010 on my new computer. I'm using all the settings I had on my old one - all the defaults - and I get a 530 error. How do I fix this?

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Check to see if you have any version of MS Office running. If so, close them.
Also, your anti-virus program may be causing this problem. Disable it during the installation, then enable it again afterwards.

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