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Microsoft word professional 2003 install problems

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by spursume, Jul 21, 2009.

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  1. spursume

    spursume Thread Starter

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    Hi Guys

    I just install Microsoft word professional 2003 edition along with the service pack for office 2003, but windows XP can't seem to ready any of the files.
    this is what i installed, is there something missing or do I need a driver?
    office2003sp3-kb923618-fullfile-enu
    office2003sp3-kb923618-fullfile-enu(2)
    office2003sp3-kb923618-fullfile-enu.exe.part

    I'm getting messages of: is not a valid win32 application, for the first file, and the second file it just loads the service pack, and the third file Windows need to know who created the file. I have windows look it up on the internet but it wants to download a file like "PC Mighty Max" to correct the problem. :mad:Should I do this?

    Any help would be appreciated. :)
    Thanks
    Dale
     
  2. Ratboy

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    spursume,

    The first file [office2003sp3-kb923618-fullfile-enu] is the Office 2003 SP3 file, the second file [office2003sp3-kb923618-fullfile-enu(2)] is just a second copy of the same file. Both should be 117.7 MB in size. If neither of them are the correct size, you will need to re-download the SP3 file here.

    The third file [office2003sp3-kb923618-fullfile-enu.exe.part] is an incomplete download attempt of the Office 2003 SP3 file. This is indicated by the .part extension.

    You indicate that the second file " just loads the service pack." This exactly what it is supposed to do. Did you receive any errors during the install? Did the Office 2003 CD install without errors?
     
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