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Cannot install updates for Office 2003 pro

Postby Z2l6bW8 » Thu, 28 Sep 2006 11:05:01 GMT

I am trying to update my Office 2003 Pro, but cannot install the updates. I 
am able to get the wizard page to check for available updates I need, and 
actuall will go to the page that lists all the updates it will install. Now 
comes the problem. I first started getting an error message saying it could 
not find PRO11.msi file, and to get installation disk. At the time, I did not 
have the disk available, and tried it again after I found the CD. Now, when 
it comes time to install the updates found, I do not get the link or option 
that tells me that it cannot find the PRO11.msi file, and just starts trying 
to install the updates. After about five minutes I get an error saying the  
installation of updates failed and shows all the updates, about 4 of them, 
that did not install properly. 

My question is, why do I not get the prompt to look for the PRO11.msi file 
any longer, as I can now point it the CD, which I did see that file on? Any 
suggestions on how to remedy this problem

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