N/APosted on - 07/02/2011
I have owned a disk program of Microsoft office enterprise of 2007 which is an original one. I used it when the trial version of Microsoft office 2007 came to the point of de-activation. This is installed already since I bought this net book of Asus Ee PC and now I wanted to uninstall it. Midway in installing it I encountered an error: A required file is corrupted or not available and it can't proceed. From its original source, set-up should be run again. OK. So I click the Ok option and it stops installing.
Please help. I need to uninstall this one prior I can install the usable one. And since I don't know the means of error I don't know what to do next.
Error in disabling Microsoft Office version 2007
I hope this could help you: Start installing as you run the set-up of the installation disk. As it was started, click the repair options in order to generate not corrupted installation. Next, Insert the already installed one and proceed to the set-up options from the disk and start the installation. If options are showing upon the installation process, click the remove option for completing the task. This is the time now that you will insert your enterprise disk of MO 2007. Select the set-up of the disk and click repair.
Repeat again prior selecting remove option. If this is not possible for your enterprise disk, try also by doing system restore and uninstall it manually. For doing system restore prior proceeding to the steps; Go to Microsoft Office directory named C:Program FilesMicrosoft Office and delete that file. Open regedit and then you can see the folder HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTOFFICE, you will delete this folder. And you can now install your enterprise MO 2007; just restart your computer prior installing.