Installing the 2010 Office System Driver Data Connectivity Component error
Though I haven’t seen it happen yet but it is possible that the Microsoft Office Excel shortcut you clicked on your desktop is linked to the Office Excel application that is actually located on a different computer on your local area network. If this is the case, Office Excel will really not run because the application has to be installed on your computer.
If your workstation has Microsoft Office installed, I guess you need to remove the Microsoft Office Excel application and then install it back. To remove the Office Excel feature, click “Start,” “Control Panel,” and then “Add or Remove Programs.” Select your version of Microsoft Office then click “Change.” On the next screen, make sure “Add or Remove Features” is selected then click “Continue.”
On the next screen, select “Microsoft Office Excel” then set the option next to it to “Not Available” then click “Continue.” Follow the instructions.
Once Office Excel is removed, open your web browser and download the free version of CCleaner and install it. Once installed, start CCleaner and clean your system. Restart your computer then repeat the same steps to access the installation options of Microsoft Office. Install Microsoft Office Excel back by setting its option to “Run from My Computer” or “Run all from My Computer.”
Click “Continue” and follow the instructions. See if this works. If you want to convert CCleaner to Pro, download the codes and follow the instructions.