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Full file download Office XP

Postby Lidojuagon » Tue, 27 Jul 2004 23:22:09 GMT

I'm trying to update office XP but I do not have the CD.  
I thought I could just download the full file and be done 
with it but it still requires the CD.  Any advice?  Also 
could someone tell microsoft that thier download 
site/server works about as well as a new version of 
Micorsoft OS.  (Which means very poorly)  Thanks

Re: Full file download Office XP

Postby Bob Buckland ?:-) » Thu, 29 Jul 2004 15:35:25 GMT

Hi Lido,

Basically, the MS Installer assumes it will always have access
to the original installation point, be it a network drive or
a CD.

The full (admin) download will *generally* work without the product
CD, but, at any time that the installer detects something needs
'repairing' it will ask for the CD.  Common reasons for this include,
a change in Office installation source location (drive), using a
'cleanup' utility that removed cached (saved) files in the Windows\Installer
folder, or running more than one flavor (version) of Office family
apps.

MS Windows Installer (v3) should alleviate some of the CD requests,
but not those where 'it may be broken' is the state detected.

==========


I'm trying to update office XP but I do not have the CD.
I thought I could just download the full file and be done
with it but it still requires the CD.  Any advice?  Also
could someone tell microsoft that thier download
site/server works about as well as a new version of
Micorsoft OS.  (Which means very poorly)  Thanks >>
-- 
I hope this helps you,

Bob  Buckland  ?:-)
MS Office System Products MVP

  *Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*

Office 2003 explained
   http://www.**--****.com/ 




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