o2ksr1a.exe not a valid Win32 application...error

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o2ksr1a.exe not a valid Win32 application...error

Postby Remi » Thu, 08 Jul 2004 07:16:59 GMT

I am trying to update Office 2000 Professional on a 
laptop running XP Home Edition and i received this error. 
How do I update this software??? Can anyone assist me???

RE: o2ksr1a.exe not a valid Win32 application...error

Postby Z2FyZmllbGQtbi1vZGll » Thu, 08 Jul 2004 11:16:01 GMT

Hi, Remi.  If you run o2ksr1a.exe at the Start>Run prompt, the file should decompress a number of files to a directory named Temp\SR1Patch.  From there, setup.exe is supposed to run automatically to install SR-1a.  If the o2ksr1a.exe file will not decompress, try downloading it again.    
  





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