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Missing file SKU112.CAB Microsoft Outlook

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by smiles333, Nov 11, 2009.

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    hi Im using Windows XP. Last Tues, my server had problems with email. I kept getting a Send/Receive error. Then a prompt box 'Enter Network Password', which already had all my details in it keeps popping up, when i click ok, it just pops up again. I contacted my server. They seem to have fixed the email problem...except for me! Spent 40 min talking to a girl from virgin last ight..no help at all! She said it was problem with Microsoft Outlook. 'Pressed a few buttons' and it eventually came up that file SKU112.CAB was missing! It then asked me to re-install ms outlook but it had been pre-installed when i got laptop! I can still access email via server but have used ms outlook for 15 yrs and really want it back! :) I have tried to find a 'free download' but they all charge!! so dont know what to do??? any ideas? Thank you!!
     
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    Microsoft does not allow you as an end-user to download office 2003 products from the internet. Therefore there is no legal way to download microsoft outlook 2003 from the internet.

    However HP mentions below the error you are receiving with a possible fix.

    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/...278&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=&product=427588&rule=9284

    Second Option is to backup and re-image your computer with the recovery dvd/cd provided with your laptop, hopefully that includes the office product.

    Otherwise you will have to order an replacement cd from either microsoft or your oem. If your computer is under warrenty I would contact your OEM first.

    Order Replacement CD from Microsoft: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/302822
     
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    thanks for that..will check out links :)
     
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