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After uninstalling Office 2010 beta can't install 2010 trial help

Q: After uninstalling Office 2010 beta can't install 2010 trial help

My beta expired so I uninstalled the beta. I restarted and tried to install the trial but I get this error.






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Error 25004. The product key you entered cannot be used on this machine. This is most likely due to previous Office 2010 trials being installed. (System error: -1073418160)


I read then that I was to delete the following reg entries






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HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Office


Problem is the bottom entry is not deleteable. If I try to delete it or a subfolder or the key I get






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Cannot delete office: Error while deleting key.


I tried deleting the key in safemode or by altering the permissions of it and running regedit in admin mode but nothing worked. I'm running win 7 x64.

I would greatly appreciate any help so I can clean this and install the office 2010 trial.

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I currently have Office 2003 Pro and use Outlook 2003. I downloaded the 2010 Pro trial version so I could look at Outlook and Word. However, as it turns out, Outlook 2010 will not install if there is a previous version of Outlook installed.

How can someone evaluate if it won't install? All the other 2010 applications install with the Office 2003 applications.

I don't want to uninstall Outlook 2003 as I maintain several mailing lists for a club. It would be a task getting all this recreated in a new version - just so I could try it.

A:Office 2010 Trial - Outlook will not install

Only outlook doesnt sit with the older version..all other programs can be installed as new by changing the location where 2010 wants to get installed.

AFAIK, no changes will take place when you install outlook 2010 over 2007. All email, accounts, rules and contacts remain unchanged. I have personally tried this. But I am not sure about 2003 version.

I can suggest you try Outlook 2010 in a virtual machine and then decide whether to go for it or not.

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Can anyone please help me with this?:

I tried to install a microsoft office 2010 trial pack on my windows yesterday But it didn't install properly Now I'm unable to install office again and also unable to uninstall the one that was not installed properly Please help me with that...

A:I tried to install a microsoft office 2010 trial pack

  
Quote: Originally Posted by rsn7


Can anyone please help me with this?:

I tried to install a microsoft office 2010 trial pack on my windows yesterday But it didn't install properly Now I'm unable to install office again and also unable to uninstall the one that was not installed properly Please help me with that...


Have you tried a System Restore point?

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HI all,

Really need help with this pretty fast. Im applying for a job and have had the application form emailed to me in .doc format.
Normally this wouldnt bee a problem as id just open it up in Open Office and away I go BUT this file came through all overlapped and I wont let me change it.

So I tried to download the Office 2010 trial from the MS website and it wouldnt install, got 3 seconds in and went wrong, tried it 4 or 5 time again and the same. Then I tried windows update and that wont work either, it comes up with an error.

Ive now tried to install Word Viewer and it also wont install??

Ive installed another couple of programs tonight to test and they installed fine!! Its just the MS programs that wont.

Any one have an idea of what might be causing this??

Thanks
Nick
 

A:Solved: Cannot install Office 2010 trial or othe MS programs?

Word Viewer is a viewer and won't let you edit, so installing that won't do any good. As for the Office 2010 trial, what's the error?
 

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hello guys,
I want to try the trial version of Office 2010 but I got a problem in installing it on my Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 2. It says "The installation of this package failed". I already uninstalled my previous Office program to avoid conflicts. Do I need to go back to Vista with SP1? Please help!

A:How do I install Office 2010 trial to Windows Vista with service pack 2?

Try in safe mode
Try with firewall and Anti Virus off.

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I downloaded the 32-bit version of the Office 2010 Beta, because I figured it would run just fine in 32-bit mode on my 64-bit machine, but when I tried to install it, I got this error:






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Error 1935: And error occurred during the installation of assembly component {DCDF7794-7F8F-4F41-8CAD-95128804065E}. HRESULT: 0x80070005.


I'm downloading the 64-bit version now to test that one, but I'd appreciate knowing exactly why this happened - if anyone else out there knows.

A:Error With Office 2010 Beta Install

Solved the problem by installing the beta into a folder I created called 'Microsoft Office 2010', instead of the default 'Microsoft Office' folder. Don't know why it worked, but it did.

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When I uninstalled 2010 Pro Plus, it said it was unable to complete, then i rebooted liek it told me, and all the programs were gone except for the office tools. Same for Project Pro beta. Now when I try to uninstall visio 2010 beta i get the message





Any ideas on how to uninstall.

A:Unable to install Office 2010 beta

You could try using something like Revo Uninstaller, which is a super uninstaller and see if that works. You can get it here.

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When the Office 2010 beta first came out I was so exited to install it that I tried to install it while I still had office 2007 installed. Of coarse, the install failed. So I just went to go and uninstall 2007 but the uninstaller didn't work. Then I just went to Program Files folder and deleted the office folder and deleted some registry values.

Now the 2010 installer doesn't work, and the 2007 uninstaller doesn't work. Right now the error message I get is this error.

I have looked throu the microsoft website to find all the possible ways to get rid of all old versions of office, bbut I still get this error message, and I still have the "Q:" drive form the first install, and can't get rid of it.

A:Office 2010 Beta install error!

  
Quote: Originally Posted by infested999


When the Office 2010 beta first came out I was so exited to install it that I tried to install it while I still had office 2007 installed. Of coarse, the install failed. So I just went to go and uninstall 2007 but the uninstaller didn't work. Then I just went to Program Files folder and deleted the office folder and deleted some registry values.

Now the 2010 installer doesn't work, and the 2007 uninstaller doesn't work. Right now the error message I get is this error.

I have looked throu the microsoft website to find all the possible ways to get rid of all old versions of office, bbut I still get this error message, and I still have the "Q:" drive form the first install, and can't get rid of it.


Hello, Welcome to SF,

If the regular method failed then try the Office Uninstaller see whether you could remove using that mostly left over files used to remove then you use this Tool. If that fails then follow this document to remove the left over files manually. One thing i'm doubtful is "Q:" what are you referring to does it give the error about a Q: ??

Good Luck,
Captain

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Im having trouble with Office 2010 it give me an error from retriving the Temp file for the installation

I have added i pic of the Error Msg

Please anything you can think of will greatly Help Please..
:-)

A:Office 2010 Error Install beta versi0n

you need to manually remove the leaked build that you had installed (just guessing)

follow these instructions, replaceing 2007 with 2010 and office 12 with office 14
How to manually uninstall the 2007 Office system if you cannot uninstall it by using the "Add or Remove Programs" feature

also run this tool
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301/

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My dad bought us a product key, but it came with no download. Where can I download a trial of Office Professional Plus 2010 (x64) on microsoft? I can't find a download for it.

A:Office 2010 Pro Plus trial?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by cclloyd9785


My dad bought us a product key, but it came with no download. Where can I download a trial of Office Professional Plus 2010 (x64) on microsoft? I can't find a download for it.


Please clearify - you have a key for the trial version or you have purchased a key to the full package (not trial)?

Please read the following to get an idea of the key things you need to know before you evaluate Office Professional Plus 2010.
Use a non-primary PC for evaluation. This Office Professional Plus 2010 evaluation will de-activate in 60 days and it requires the removal of previous versions of Office prior to installation. Thus, we recommend not evaluating this software on a PC that will require an activated copy of Office after the 60 day trial period is over.
60-Day evaluation expiration. This evaluation software will expire in 60 days after which it will deactivate and must be uninstalled before installing a purchased copy.
If you need the free trial versin, try this like to get started:

Download Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010

Regards,
GEWB

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I am currently trying to extend the free licence on my evalutation copy of MS office. The thing is though I am having trouble doing it, as I don't seem to have the OSPPREARM file in the folder that enables me to extend the trial.

Does anyone know where this file will be or how I can find this file on my PC without looking through every individual file on my PC.

Regards

A:MS Office 2010 Trial Extender

Hi there
I usually find the easiest with this type of function is to

1) Image the system before installing Trial

2) at expiry of trial RESTORE image taken before trial install
3) re install trial

Sometimes merely "uninstalling" and re-installing the product won't work since Registry entries can have been made.

I think only the OS can be extended via the "re-arm" functionality -- not the Office product. I'm not sure however -- anyway next time use my method.

Cheers
jimbo

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Like Adobe pagemaker, photoshop 30 day trial version i want 30 day trial version of office 2010 / 2007. can anyone give me the link please (to use 30 day without activating or trial serial)
 

A:i want office 2010 30 day trial version

Dude, do some searching, don't just ask here for links to stuff that takes 10 seconds in Google. http://www.microsoft.com/office/2010/en/download-office-professional-plus/default.aspx
 

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Dear Sir/Madam

I installed a trial version of Microsoft Office 2010 a while ago but as of recent I have had problems with it. I have tried to uninstall it with windows uninstaller and Ashampoo Uninstaller but all attempts have just kept this program intact on my computer so I went onto the Microsoft site and downloaded a new trial version and tried installing it which just made it worse, I thought I would be able to ovewrite this program.

Using Ashampoo I deleted the log which removed the software or so I thought the problem still happens on start up I receive a Window message which I have made a screen snapshot so that you can see what I mean and maybe be able to help me with this situation or if I install a full version would this sort the problem out

Regards

Marc Rowlands
 

A:Microsoft office 2010 (trial)

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When I try to uninstall Microsoft Office 2010 Trial, my computer will go on doing it's thing for about 20 seconds then it will restart. I believe this is happening because when I Was uninstalling it earlier I had accidently shut down the computer during uninstallation. ANy help would be appreciated.

A:Cannot Uninstall Microsoft Office 2010 Trial

Try reinstalling it again, and see if you can then remove it.

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I've just installed Windows 8
I want to try or buy Office 2010 from the Microsoft website

The download link just doesnt work

Go to this link: http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/try/
Click on Try it Free button
Then click on the Try it Free or Buy button on the next page - the page doesnt exist

I've spent 30 min trying!
What am I doing wrong?

Thanks
OM
 

A:I cant download Office 2010 trial or buy from Microsoft

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I just got off the phone with a Dell techie who solved this problem: that being the full (Trial) version of Office 2010 was installed along with my factory installed Student Version and I could not delete the Trial apps that continued to bug me to buy 'em after the trial expired. The "fix" suggested: "Go to Word>File>Help>Uninstall Trial Versions" DID NOT WORK. The trial versions were still there. There are two ways to fix this, the hard way and an easy way:

Hard Way: The "Trial Versions" were installed when you first started up and configured the "Student Version". You will need to uninstall the student version and reinstall it, making one key change. Go to Control Panel>Add/Remove section and UNINSTALL "Office Student Version" as there is no opportunity to REMOVE the trial versions which are embedded in the Student Version. If the Student Version was factory installed and you have the PRODUCT KEY (essential), you can go to microsoft.com and redownload the Student Version and reinstall using the KEY---HOWEVER, do not be too quick to click NEXT, etc., etc, as the window which has two buttons: INSTAL and CUSTOM, you must click on CUSTOM and be sure and UNCHECK the "INSTALL TRIAL VERSIONS OF OFFICE". Proceed with the rest of the installation.

Easy Way: (thanks to Dell techie) Go to Control Panel>Add/Remove, scroll down and HIGHLIGHT MS Office Student Version. At the top of the screen click the CHANGE... Read more

A:Remove Office 2010 Trial Versions

Thanks for the tip

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I bought a new computer with a trial version of office 2010 installed but not activated. I all ready have 2007 and I installed it. Will I have a problem if I uninstall the trial version (2010)?

Thanks

A:Can I uninstall office trial 2010 after installing 2007?

I would remove one of the versions before installing the other, but it sounds like you already installed both. You may or may not have problems, but if you do you can always reinstall the activated one (2007) with your CD and activate it again.

Let me know if you have problems reinstalling or uninstalling the office software

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As above, how long is the free trial for when you get the free trial from the MS website?

A:How long is the MS Office 2010 free trial duration?

It is good until October, 2010..

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Has anyone ever experienced the following problem? If so was there a cure?

Have installed office 2010 60 day free trial. After I click on the shortcut Microsoftword 2010, a window pops up and says "Type your 25-character Product Key". I cut and paste the key in that was given to me and after a few seconds I get a message below the box that says " The key you have entered is valid". This is in green and there is also a green check mark beside the box where I entered the product key.

I then hit the continue button. After a few seconds I get a message in red that says "Installing the product key failed. Please try another product key" There is also a red "X" beside the box where I entered the product key.
How do I correct this?

I've made sure that there isn't another version on my desk top, I uninstalled/reinstalled. I saw on a web site to contact the activation center but when following the steps to determine the activation center tele # for my area at one point it says to start the microsoft application. Well that's the problem. It won't start when entering the product key.

Just wondering if anyone else has ever experienced this? If I can't get this resolved then I would like to find some other software that works just as well as microsoft word.

Thanks in advance

A:Microsft Office 2010 trial free download

OK so to be clear you installed the trial, then bought a product key and entered it? And since this happens when you click the shortcut, I assume your trial period has also expired, correct? Finally, did you have a different version of MS Office installed before now? If you could post pics of those screens you get it would help. Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Vista Forums

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Is office 2010 in windows 7 home premium 64b trial only? Or is there any product key that I didn't see? Thanks!

A:Is office 2010 in windows 7 home premium 64b trial only?

It depends..

Did you purchase a new machine from somewhere?

Alot of times, Dell and other major manufacturers will include a trial version of Office 2010 on the machine when they give it to you.

Did you request or purchase a license of office 2010 with your machine?

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I downloaded and ran the trial version of Office 2010 Professional Academic version. After a few days I decided to activate it and entered the 25-character product key which accompanied a purchased CD version of the program. When I go into any of the programs (Excel, Word, etc) and check to see if Office 2010 is authenticated (File > Help) I see displayed "Trial Product" and it says my trial period will expire in 26 days. Below that it reads "Product Activated." In other words, according to the almighty wisdom and omniscience of Microsoft I have BOTH an unactivated trial version and an authenticated version of their product. I would have thought that once I activated the product it would no longer say I have a trial version. Should the "Trial Product" bit still show there? If not how do I get rid of it? Thanks in advance for any comments, advice, etc.

A:Office 2010 says I have both an activated version AND a trial product

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Islamabad


I downloaded and ran the trial version of Office 2010 Professional Academic version. After a few days I decided to activate it and entered the 25-character product key which accompanied a purchased CD version of the program. When I go into any of the programs (Excel, Word, etc) and check to see if Office 2010 is authenticated (File > Help) I see displayed "Trial Product" and it says my trial period will expire in 26 days. Below that it reads "Product Activated." In other words, according to the almighty wisdom and omniscience of Microsoft I have BOTH an unactivated trial version and an authenticated version of their product. I would have thought that once I activated the product it would no longer say I have a trial version. Should the "Trial Product" bit still show there? If not how do I get rid of it? Thanks in advance for any comments, advice, etc.


Uninstall both 2010 versions > then re-install your paid version.

You could use the Programs and Features application. Do you see both versions there ?
If yes, uninstall both.

Here is a special application designed specifically for uninstalling MS Office of different years.
Scroll down to Office 2010 Suites, and click the FixIt button to uninstall.
How do I uninstall Office 2003, Office 2007 or Office 2010 suites if I cannot uninstall it from Control Panel?

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Hi,


I run windows 7 ultimate 32 bit. I previously had office 2010 beta which i did a complete clean uninstall and removed registries. Office 2010 Professional was downloaded from the MS Office website and so was the key.

But when i tried installing Office 2010 professional plus trial i got an error - Error attaching to OSE, error 0x00000000.

i was asked to check whether ose.exe was running. For some odd reason i am unable to find OSE in services.exe.

I understand its supposed to be in "\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Source Engine\" , but there is no folder called "source engine" in the Microsoft Shared folder. I did a complete search for ose.exe and source engine folder in hidden and system folders but unable to find it.

Please advice. I dont have an installation cd. I downloaded office 2010 from the website link given above. Also i dont have any virus on my system which could have corrupted or deleted ose.

Thanks.

A:Office 2010 Professional Trial on Windows 7 - ose.exe missing

You could try downloading the file again from microsoft. It is possible your download was corrupted by something or other.

Microsoft Office Online

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Hello,
I'm in panick!!! I installed Office 2010, marked to keep earlier instalations and neiter Outlook 2010 nor my Outlook 2007 opens any more, I receive an error message telling me, it cant find the Information service .dll file.
I already tried to create a new profile, but when I try to open Outlook with the new profile, I get the MAPI error mspst.dll missconfigured or missing

I already reinstalled ==> nothing

ANybody has a good idea how to recover? MS doesn't answer as mostly.

Best wishes
Gerhard Tekes
 

A:Outlook 2007 crashs after Office 2010 Trial instalation

Try saving the 2010 msi to a CD or stick (to avoid downloading again) then system restore to before and reinstall without outlook 2010
 

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Quote:
If you've been using the 30-day version of Microsoft Office 2010, here's a nice tip for you: the testing period can be extended for up to six months. Much like Windows, the popular productivity suite contains a so called rearm function that gives you 30 extra days to activate the program. The command can be used up to five times, and if used at the end of each 30-day grace period, you can run Office 2010 for up to 180 days without entering an activation key.





Source - Extend Microsoft Office 2010's free trial period to 180 days - TechSpot News

A:Extend MS Office 2010's free trial period to 180 days.

Thanks, good information to have.

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Has anyone ever downloaded Microsoft Office 2010? I tried the other day to install the trial version of Microsoft office 2010. For some reason it would not download and since I really didn't care I just decided to forget it, until I turned on my computer the next time. It used to come on and hook to the internet within a minute before, now all the things on my desktop light up but nothing I click on works, so I know it's not the internet connection. It takes about 5 minutes, then it's fine. I looked in the control panel and there was no 2010 installed, but there was something there called Microsoft Office Click-To-Run 2010. It won't let me uninstall it, and I never could download the 2010 trial version. Please, someone out there tell me they can help me. Microsoft wants money for tech support, even when it's their mess. Not that it's anything but annoying right now, but I'm sure it will have negative consequences down the line. Thanks ahead of time
 

A:Solved: Strange behavior after installing trial Office 2010

why don't you do a system restore to the day it was working ok that way microsoft word 2010 won't be there.
 

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My MS Office files have generic icons, and when I open them, Windows asks me which program to use. Office 2010 isn't even on the list. A trial version of Office 2007 came with my laptop. I downloaded the Office 2010 beta, then uninstalled 2007. Since I uninstalled the old Office, all my Office files are no longer associated with Office, and there seems to be no way to remarry them. Office 2010 (beta) doesn't appear in the default programs control panel. The only way I can open those files is to open Word/Excel/etc, and File>Open. I feel like this should be simple. Any ideas?
 

A:Solved: Cannot associate Office 2010 (beta) with Office file types

Did you uninstall 2007 after you installed 2010?
If so you messed things up and you need to do a repair. Open Word, then the Office button, and then Word Options.
There on the Resources area, run diagnostics and do a repair.
 

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Hey guys just downloaded office 2010 beta but where do you get a beta key from???

A:office 2010 where do you get a beta key from??

When I registered with Microsoft for the download, they provided me with the key at the moment that they gave me the link to the download.

Where did you get your copy of Office 2010 from?

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How long will office 2010 Beta run on windows 7? Just trying to plan when i have go back to office 2007.

thanks

A:Office 2010 Beta

I believe it's until the end of October.

Oli

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Hello all, I recently upgraded from vista premium home to windows 7. So far no problems. I also have office 2007 small business, but downloaded the office 2010 beta version for free to try it out. Every time I try to open a new document, I get an error message. (Office application version does not match) after I close the error tab, the new document opens fine. Does anyone know how to get rid of the error message? Thanks for the help.

A:Office 2010 Beta

Well its a beta version , what do you expect ? Tell Microsoft about it if you want to help them.

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Hi John or Shawn hope you both are doing fine. Just thought I would drop a little thought that just maybe is time to remove the "Sticky" that Office beta is free; being its time has just about run out.

Have a Nice day to you both. . .

A:MS Office 2010 Beta

I thought the beta ran through june?

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Beta 2 is out there.

Is anyone using it or planning on using it?

A:Office 2010 Beta 2

Think I'll wait sense I am testing both the Beta and the new Home and student (by invitation on the home and student also).

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Can we still get a Legit/Working copy of this software? if so... where?

Thanks

A:Office 2010 Beta...

http://www.microsoft.com/office/2010/en/default.aspx

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Hi,

Whilst trying to download a trial version of MS Office 2010 an error message came up advising "a file required to setup MS Office Home and Business 2010 is corrupted. Try running setup again." I have tried times now and the same error comes up. Please help.

thanks in advance
 

A:Cannot download trial version of Microsoft Office 2010 due to corrupt file

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Hi there,

I installed Microsoft Office last night and had to un-install it again. Due to my impatience, I cancelled the un-installation. This morning, I tried to un-install it again via the Control Panel (Uninstall a program), when I click on 'Uninstall', my laptop just keeps restarting.

Hope you can help.
 

A:Solved: Uninstalling Office 2010

1. Welcome to Tech Support Guy
2. May I ask why you had to attempt the uninstall after installing it
3. Go Computer right click the C Drive presuming that is the letter of the drive on which windows is installed, click properties, click tools, click error checking, click check now and click to check both boxes
One file errors and the other scan for and attempt recovery
Click start and agree to run on restart and do so
Do not interrupt it - it is a five stage check

When the computer has completed the check reboot and try again on Control Panel - programs and features or add remove programs depending on the OS

Does it still go to restart

If so insert the Office installation disc and if an option of repair is offered select that
If not select the install and reinstall it to the same location you did at first

Then if you are for some reason set on not having it installed - reboot the computer and uninstall
 

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Ok, So I recently bought office. Im trying to install it now and it says:
"Setup Error: You cannot install the 32-bit version of Office 2010 because you have 64-bit Office products installed. These 64-bit products are not supported with 32-bit installations:
Microsoft Office Word 2010"
And then is basically says if i want the 64 bit version i need to uninstall the 32 bit version and vice versa.

The thing is that i DONT HAVE WORD 2010.
Ive searched for it all over my computer. Ive tried regedit too.
Its not in the add or remove programs list either.
HOW DO I GET RID OF IT? I just want to install 2010!
PLEASE HEELLP!

A:Uninstalling office 2010 problem

Have you checked what software was bundled with your computer (assuming you bought a proprietary model and didn't build it yourself)?

Check that you haven't got a trial version of Microsoft Office 2010 x64 installed. Even something like Powerpoint Viewer x64 would trigger a similar message.

You say you checked the registry. Try a search just on Microsoft Office 2010 rather than Word and see if anything shows, although I will say that whatever is installed should show up in Uninstall a Program.

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Hi there
I've been playing around with the Office beta 2010 -- only EXCEL at the moment

It seems to have a nicer interface -- I'm glad the hideous Office 2007 blob has gone

The start menu is much nicer - and as always if you don't like the large ribbon you can get rid of it with CTRL+F1. CTRL+F1 again brings it back.


Anyway here's the start menu in 2010 for EXCEL. (I changed the background in options to BLACK - I prefer it to the default white one).

Seems to run old 2003 / 2007 version spreadsheets with macros etc etc OK.

(I'm testing this in a W7 pro X-64 Virtual machine -- I don't want to screw up any of my actual work documents while testing this).

I am hoping the language packs will apear soon for a proper test.

So far looks good MS.

Cheers
jimbo

A:Office 2010 Beta - impressed so far

I agree, seems to have a nicer feel to the entire suite.

One problem I am finding is with Outlook, when minimized to the tray this version does not show the new mail icon as it does with OL 2007.

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http://officebeta.microsoft.com/en-us/mspr...X100996086.aspxOffice 2010, with Office Web Apps, is now available for download. You can use it until it expires in October 2010, when you can purchase the final product.You can upgrade your current version of Office to 2010, or have it co-exist with your current version.

A:Microsoft Office 2010 Beta available

http://www.microsoft.com/office/2010/en/default.aspxThey changed the URL. Get it here, you need to log in with your Windows Live/Hotmail sign in and fill out an online form.

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Now available on Connect / Technet.

A:Office 2010 Public Beta

Check it out here..

http://www.sevenforums.com/news/3008...nload-nov.html

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hey guys, could someone help me out? i want to update to the latest build and i'm told it can be updated from within office 2010. i only want to update Word to the newest build.

thanks
 

A:How to update Office 2010 Beta?

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I installed a copy of the Office 2010 Beta, and used it for a few days. Now though, it tells me I'm missing files, so I tried to reinstall but the installer won't open. So now I cannot uninstall either! I even downloaded a new installer and it won't work either. Help!

How can I remove office from my system manually, as In deleting files and registry values. What should I remove and what shouldn't I?

A:Office 2010 Beta - MAJOR BUG

Try this: Fix Problems Upgrading Office 2010 Beta to RTM (Final) Release - How-To Geek

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Hi,

I have some problems with MS Office 2010 beta version. I got the message "Click 2 Run Configuration Failure". Also I tried to uninstall that so that I can reinstall again but could not do that.

Any idea about how can I uninstall that?

Thank you,
Suranjit

A:Trouble with MS Office 2010 Beta !!!!

Sounds like a Beta issue. You should report the problem to Microsoft so that it's fixed in the final version.

Try using Revo Uninstaller to uninstall it and eliminate all traces (registry keys, files) so that you can do a completely clean reinstallation.

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Office 2010 BETA 1 ..Leaked by Wzor


MICROSOFT.OFFICE.2010.v14.0.4302.1000.BETA.1

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A:Office 2010 BETA 1 ..Leaked

Will be searching when it hits the big sites, what a great day this is, office 2010 and windows 7 rtm are both out

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Does anyone know what the differences between the RTM and beta versions of Office 2010?

A:Office 2010 differences from beta

  
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Does anyone know what the differences between the RTM and beta versions of Office 2010?



A simple google would have given you this. Visio 2010 ? Changes from Beta to RTM - Visio Insights - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

let us know if you need help

Ken

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And is it necessary to uninstall before installing a bought copy of 2010?

mmmm....just thought of potential problem...

My Office 2003 and XP and 2007 are UPGRADE versions.

I have never beta'd before, simply upgraded Office as I went. This would be the first time I have to uninstall and back track so far.....do I (CAN I) have to install Office 97, upgrade to XP, 2003 and 2007??

Rgds
Rod

A:When Does Beta Office 2010 expire?

You may use the Beta up until Oct 31, 2010
It is not necessary to uninstall, you can do an upgrade from 2007 to 2010

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Something perhaps helpful things installing office 2010
Fix Problems Upgrading Office 2010 Beta to RTM (Final) Release - How-To Geek

A:Office 2010 Beta Uninstall help

Thanks! it is frustrating how microsoft didnt include a proper uninstaller like live messenger beta!

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I have installed Office 2010 beta 64 bit and when I try to open a document it will only open in wordpad and all the text is complete jibberish-not readable at all. All I want to do is have my documents open in a readable format in word as they did previously in Office 2007. Any help-as simple as possible will be appreciated. I am of pensioner age and struggle with technical jargon. Thanks lamarque

A:Office 2010 Beta 64 bit Problem

It would appear that the file associations for Office2010/word are messed up - this is a little worrying as it is a standard part of the install process to set these to default to open office documents with office.

I assume that you can manually open a file from within word without issues.

Quick method for setting file associations (doc file as example)

Right click on a .DOC file in windows explorer.
Choose the "open with ... " option (if the option does not show you can Shift-Right Click)

If Word is shown in the list of suitable applications,ther is an additional set of "Other " which is normally not shown (arrow on right to display) select this and make sure that the "Always use" option is checked.

If the Word option is not present use the browse to locate winword.exe on the system drive, (normally c:\program files\office ...), select this and OK out of the dialog. Again check the "Always use" option

Thats it

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