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Solved: Office 2010 error

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  1. csigsrfan

    csigsrfan Thread Starter

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    I have an error that says Miscrosoft Office Home and Student 2010 cannot verify the license for this product. You should repair the Office Program by using Control Panel. So I tried that and got Microsoft Office Home and student 2010 configuration did not complete successfully. The program was install before I got the pc and was the full version. So I downloaded it from Microsoft site. Run Setup and get Setup is unable to proceed error(s). To install and use this product, you must be running operating systems: x86 platform Windows 7, VistaSP1, XP SP3, Server 2003 SP2. x64 platform Windows 7, Vista SP1, Server 2008. Even after uninstalling Office 2010 I get the Setup error and as of right now I have no office on my pc. Now my system is Windows 7 32 bit. Is there a way without system restore to get it working right
     
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    Were you given the license to that version of Office, or is the label with the license in your possession or glued to the side of the machine? Also go to this site and verify that that your office product has been completely uninstalled: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/290301/
     
  3. csigsrfan

    csigsrfan Thread Starter

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    It was already installed there was nothing attached. And that link is no help as I have no issue uninstalling it
     
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