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Office 2007 Install issue

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by dodawg, Apr 22, 2010.

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  1. dodawg

    dodawg Thread Starter

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    Cannot get past this issue: Office install cannot find Standardr.WW\stdrWW.cab and when I browse to the Folder, I'm given an "Invalid Location" error message and installation stops. Have PowerPoint and Word from earlier version installed from MS Office XP Pro with Frontpage, but want to upgrade.
    Any ideas? Thanks. dawg

    Also have Outlook 2007 installed from it's own disk,
     
  2. EAFiedler

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    Hi dodawg

    Have you tried copying the stdww.cab file to the C:\MSOCache\All Users\{90120000-0012-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}-C directory?
    Does that directory exist on the hard drive?

    Or copy all the files and folders from the CD to a folder on your hard drive and try running Setup.exe from there.
     
  3. dodawg

    dodawg Thread Starter

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    Do not have the stdww.cab file to copy.
    Will try the Copy and Run from HD and let you know. Thanks.
     
  4. dodawg

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    Error message: "Cannot copy StdrWW: Data error (cycle redundancy check)".
    All other files/folders copied to HD. Can I unzip StdrWW and copy? thanks. dawg
     
  5. dodawg

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    Well, file was unzipped and the ame error message appeared.
    HELP!! dawg
     
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