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    I have downloaded the 60-day trial version of MS Office 2010.
    When I try a custom install on my desktop (Windows 7) I get a message telling me I have to be running Windows 7, Vista, XP etc. Office 2007 is installed.
    When trying a custom install on my laptop (Windows Vista) I get an error message regarding side-by-side configuration. Office 2003 is installed.
    Nowhere can I find a solution to either of these problems.

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    Have you tried downloading again?

    Are you trying to install the 64-bit version of Office 2010?

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    Thank you Joe.
    32-bit version of Office 2010, 64-bit version of W7
    Humungous size download so haven't retried, but since you think it's worth it I'll give it a go.

    Regards

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    I know it is a very big download but it may have been corrupted.

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    Just be advised that after installing the trial version you will receive several nags to buy the full version. I bought the Office 2010, and activated it and still received several nags to buy directly from MS. For some reason MS does not realize I did purchase Office 2010 Pro from a different source. Go figure. Eventually the little nags ended.
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    Make sure all other installations of office have been uninstalled.

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    From my experience attempting to upgrade a 64-bit system, Win7 laptop to Office 2007, I continually get an "ERROR 1935..."

    I have been around the world on the Net trying to resolve this issue, all to no avail. Bottom line: No Office Suite at all after removing the existing software app. Tread cautiously. This Error 1935 is insurmountable! Microsoft's own website and moderators cannot fix this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budparker View Post
    From my experience attempting to upgrade a 64-bit system, Win7 laptop to Office 2007, I continually get an "ERROR 1935..."

    I have been around the world on the Net trying to resolve this issue, all to no avail. Bottom line: No Office Suite at all after removing the existing software app. Tread cautiously. This Error 1935 is insurmountable! Microsoft's own website and moderators cannot fix this...
    I suppose you have been there, but they suggest that error is due to a .net framework installation issue. Have you tried a reinstall?
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