Installing Office 2007... BUG! Please help!

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Panarchy

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Hello!

I am trying to install Microsoft Office 2007...

I got this error;



This has never happened before (I have done it on many other computers)

Please help me out here,

Thanks in advance,

Panarchy
 
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Seems like corrupt installation files. Do you have another copy of the installation CD?
 
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Ok try copying the whole disk to your hard drive and run the installation from the computer
 

Panarchy

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Hello!

I have tried copying the files on the CD to my desktop, but I got this error message;


Please help,

Panarchy

PS: Thanks in advance
 
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My company firewall does not allow me to view the image. Could you please type down the error message verbatim please?
 
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Krash, the error message is saying (Cennot Copy EnterWW: Data error (cycle redundancy check)

Panarchy, This means the disk is corrupted at some point so it won't read or copy from it.

I would say go with slurpee's suggestion and try finding the missing cab files in another computer
 
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For anything having to do with 2007, I demur to cherry pie (especially when she agrees with me!)
I was wondering - is this a first install of any Office on this PC or did you delete a previous version, like 2003? If you uninstalled something first, you might have bad registry hangovers that can cause problems - this link is old (relates to XP) but the idea is the same:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/838687
 
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