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    I tried posting this in Office Productivity > General Productivity, but didn't get any replies. So, I hope someone here can help.

    I uninstalled Office 2007 on my daughter's laptop running Vista SP2, and I've tried to reinstall and uninstall it several times. Finally, I used this document: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301 and it's link to an uninstall application "Microsoft Fix it 50154". Then I tried reinstalling again, and received the following error message:

    Error 1406.Setup cannot write the value InprocServer32 to the registry key \\CLSID\\\{8854F6A0-4683-4AE7-9191-752FE64612C3\}\\InprocServer32. Verify that you have sufficient permissions to access the registry or contact Microsoft Product Support Services (PSS) for assistance. For information about how to contact PSS, seeC:\\Users\\Becca\\AppData\\Local\\Temp\\Setup00 0010c4\\PSS10R.CHM.\par

    In the past I used this document: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/838687 to select Everyone in the Permission entries list, and then click Edit. Click to select the Full Control check box. These actions were taken through the Properties for the following file: C:\Users\All Users\Microsoft\Office\Data\Opa12.dat. I didn't bother on this last install attempt, because it hasn't worked in the past, but I never used Microsoft Fix it 50154 before tonight.

    So, I can try using Microsoft Fix it 50154 to uninstall again, then try the Permission thing before attempting another install. But I welcome your ideas - any better ideas to a successful install?" By the way, I am using my daughter's Administrator account.

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    Bill Pidgeon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Pidgeon View Post
    I tried posting this in Office Productivity > General Productivity, but didn't get any replies. So, I hope someone here can help.

    I uninstalled Office 2007 on my daughter's laptop running Vista SP2, and I've tried to reinstall and uninstall it several times. Finally, I used this document: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301 and it's link to an uninstall application "Microsoft Fix it 50154". Then I tried reinstalling again, and received the following error message:

    Error 1406.Setup cannot write the value InprocServer32 to the registry key \\CLSID\\\{8854F6A0-4683-4AE7-9191-752FE64612C3\}\\InprocServer32. Verify that you have sufficient permissions to access the registry or contact Microsoft Product Support Services (PSS) for assistance. For information about how to contact PSS, seeC:\\Users\\Becca\\AppData\\Local\\Temp\\Setup00 0010c4\\PSS10R.CHM.\par

    In the past I used this document: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/838687 to select Everyone in the Permission entries list, and then click Edit. Click to select the Full Control check box. These actions were taken through the Properties for the following file: C:\Users\All Users\Microsoft\Office\Data\Opa12.dat. I didn't bother on this last install attempt, because it hasn't worked in the past, but I never used Microsoft Fix it 50154 before tonight.

    So, I can try using Microsoft Fix it 50154 to uninstall again, then try the Permission thing before attempting another install. But I welcome your ideas - any better ideas to a successful install?" By the way, I am using my daughter's Administrator account.

    Thanks,
    Bill Pidgeon
    right click cmd click run as administrator from drop down
    type this in command prompt
    net user administrator /active:yes
    then log out you'll see administrator account log in and be careful.
    from here you can reinstall using the administrator priviledge. good luck

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    Please do not duplicate threads. I am locking this thread. Post further replies in http://bro.ws/778366L.

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