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HP 5400 Install Hang

I'm trying to install my HP 5400 on my new Dell XPS system (XP OS). I'm using the Setup.exe on the install CD. It hangs up at this point:
> Current Progress: Installing Additional Software. 0.7 KBps
> Overall Progress: Installing (Step 3/4) 94%
It has "stopped" at this point in three different tries.
"Stopped/hung" for ~2 hours, ~10 hours and ~14 hours respectively.
In each case the TaskManager says this application is still "running."
In each case, I used Task Manager to EndTask.

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Had same problem with HP 110 Plus (plotter).

Found a previous install of a HP FAX left MANY bogus entries on the registry, I wipe them clean and now all ok.

Hope it helps.

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How to install microsoft office?


HI, Step 1: Insert the Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise CD. If the Setup Wizard does not automatically begin, then click Start > Run > D:\setup.exe

Step 2: Enter the Product Key from the back of the CD jacket. Note: This is a unique code. Please keep in a safe place!

Click Continue.


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Step 3: Check the box "I accept the terms of this agreement" and click the Continue button.

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Step 4: Choose an installation option, Upgrade (removes Office 2003) or Customize (keeps Office 2003 installed and adds Office 2007, allowing you to use them both).

Note: Outlook 2003 will be uninstalled in either option. Outlook will be updated and your user settings and mail will migrate to the new version.

If you click Upgrade, go on to Step 5.

If you click Customize, go on to Step 4a.


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Step 4a: Click the radio button for "Keep all previous versions."

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Click the Installation Options tab, left-click the first drop down box and click Run all from My Computer

Click Install Now.

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Step 5: Installation will begin. It may take 15-30 minutes to finish.


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Step 6: Click Close to complete the installation.

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Step 7: The first time you launch any Office program, you will be prompted to activate the software. As long as you have an active Internet connection, choose the default option and click Next.

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Step 8: When the activation finishes, click Close.

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Step 9: Click OK to finish.

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I HOPE THIS WILL BE HELPFULL TO YOU .

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There is a good chance we can get this running for you, but it may be a bit tricky. I suspect that the operating system for the new computer is more recent than that on the old computer. Fortunately, the new computer probably has a compatibility mode that you can use. I'm assuming Windows XP as your current operating system, but Vista can do this as well.
Assuming you're installing from a CD drive, navigate to that drive (Start>Run>d: OK)
Now look for the installation program: Probably SETUP.EXE. Right-click on it, then choose PROPERTIES.
Now click the tab called COMPATIBILITY. Select the box "Run this in compatibility mode for..", then select the operating system that the software was designed for (should be on the packaging). Now click OK. You can pick another option if this doesn't work the first time.
Last but not least, try double-clicking the SETUP.EXE and see if you get better results.
We have other options, so respond back if this doesn't work.


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