Error:1316 network error occurred while reading from the file: D:\Data1.msi

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Please someone help me!

I am running XP Home edition, with IE 8. All updates have been installed for both packages, in addition all updates for other programs have been updated and installed when appropriate.


MS Office 2000 (With MS Outlook 2003) has been working on my POC almost flawlessly for several years. All of a sudden it has been acting funny. So I decided to reinstalled / repair it.


I have a hard time updating and repairing Office 2000. I keep getting the error message code 1316, networking error. DATA1pro.msi. I have followed MS help site word by word, but to no avail. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/263253

Ø I did a virus info update and full scan
Ø Scanned for spy ware, with two packages, Ad – Aware and A-Square.
Ø Defragged
Ø Checkdsk
Ø Registry cleanup
Ø Removed all startup items that aren’t necessary
Ø Tried disabling the anti-virus software
Ø I also ran an XP system repair and a system file check
Ø Cleared all Temporary Internet Files and cookies, etc. (I usually run http://www.ccleaner.com/ CCleaner on start-up).
Ø I disable the Find Fast Indexer http://support.microsoft.com/default...&Product=ofw97
or http://tinyurl.com/tkwm

Ø Tried to run system restore and did not work.
Ø I copied the entire CD's content to the hard drive and perform following steps:
o xcopy e:\newcopy /f /s /e /i /h
- Opened the Setup.ini file on the hard drive
- Changed the "MSI=Data1Pro.msi" line to "MSI=Data1.msi"
- Saved the changes made to Setup.ini
- Renamed Data1Pro.msi to Data1.msi
- Run Setup.exe

o Did not work

Nothing seems to work. When I try to unistall it, I get the same error message. Help!!!!!

Please!!!!
 
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