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Install Office 2007 SP1 on 64 bit Vista Ultimate, error 80200053

Postby Qm9uZWhlYWRhYmM » Wed, 19 Dec 2007 18:42:01 GMT

I was executing Microsoft Update on my brand new 64 bit Vista Ultimate 
Notebook PC and received an error msg. after everything had downloaded and 
installed.  The error msg. said that one file, Office 2007 SP1, had failed to 
install, and reported encountering error 80200053.

I searched everywhere for info on this error msg. but didn find much.  
Some of the few entries I found mentioned a orrupt cabinet file or .cab 
file.

I tried to manually install the service pack (SP):  At first a small window 
said it was preparing the install.  Then the small window updated to say 
something about extracting files; this window only stayed open for a fraction 
of a second so I wasn able to get the exact verbiage. Then the window 
updated to say the install had failed because of a corrupt install file.

I worked with Microsoft Technical Support and we tried lots of things; none 
of which worked.  Until 

There was a Microsoft app installed on my PC whose name I have forgotten; 
something about updating or activating Microsoft 2007 or Office 2007 (In my 
ninstalllist it was the first entry so it probably started with the word 
ctivate.

I uninstalled this program (I didn need it anymore as I had already 
successfully updated to Office 2007).  Then I ran Microsoft Update to 
download and install SP1 again and got that old 80200053 error again.  So I 
ran Update again and IT WORKED.

I have since recovered my PC a few times for unrelated reasons, and I could 
never get SP1 to install until I had uninstalled that activation program; and 
even then it sometimes took a few tries.

Even though my problem was escalated to the techies in the back room at 
Microsoft, we never did find out what error 80200053 was or what caused it.


Re: Install Office 2007 SP1 on 64 bit Vista Ultimate, error 80200053

Postby Peter Foldes » Wed, 19 Dec 2007 19:34:00 GMT

What is your issue or are you just venting .

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> Some of the few entries I found mentioned a orrupt cabinet file or .cab 
>> file.
>> 
>> I tried to manually install the service pack (SP):  At first a small window 
>> said it was preparing the install.  Then the small window updated to say 
>> something about extracting files; this window only stayed open for a fraction 
>> of a second so I wasn able to get the exact verbiage. Then the window 
>> updated to say the install had failed because of a corrupt install file.
>> 
>> I worked with Microsoft Technical Support and we tried lots of things; none 
>> of which worked.  Until gt;
> >
> There was a Microsoft app installed on my PC whose name I have forgotten; >
> something about updating or activating Microsoft 2007 or Office 2007 (In my >
> ninstalllist it was the first entry so it probably started with the word>
> ctivategt;.
> I uninstalled this program (I didn need it anymore as I had alread> 
> successfully updated to Office 2007).  Then I ran Microsoft Update t> 
> download and install SP1 again and got that old 80200053 error again.  So > 
> ran Update again and IT WORKE>.
> I have since recovered my PC a few times for unrelated reasons, and I coul> 
> never get SP1 to install until I had uninstalled that activation program; an> 
> even then it sometimes took a few trie>.
> Even though my problem was escalated to the techies in the back room a> 
> Microsoft, we never did find out what error 80200053 was or what caused i>.

RE: Install Office 2007 SP1 on 64 bit Vista Ultimate, error 80200053

Postby QmlyZGxvdmVyNzU » Fri, 21 Dec 2007 11:52:00 GMT





> Some of the few entries I found mentioned a orrupt cabinet file or .cab 
>> file.
>> 
>> I tried to manually install the service pack (SP):  At first a small window 
>> said it was preparing the install.  Then the small window updated to say 
>> something about extracting files; this window only stayed open for a fraction 
>> of a second so I wasn able to get the exact verbiage. Then the window 
>> updated to say the install had failed because of a corrupt install file.
>> 
>> I worked with Microsoft Technical Support and we tried lots of things; none 
>> of which worked.  Until gt;
> >
> There was a Microsoft app installed on my PC whose name I have forgotten; >
> something about updating or activating Microsoft 2007 or Office 2007 (In my >
> ninstalllist it was the first entry so it probably started with the word>
> ctivategt;.
> I uninstalled this program (I didn need it anymore as I had alread> 
> successfully updated to Office 2007).  Then I ran Microsoft Update t> 
> download and install SP1 again and got that old 80200053 error again.  So > 
> ran Update again and IT WORKE>.
> I have since recovered my PC a few times for unrelated reasons, and I coul> 
> never get SP1 to install until I had uninstalled that activation program; an> 
> even then it sometimes took a few trie>.
> Even though my problem was escalated to the techies in the back room a> 
> Microsoft, we never did find out what error 80200053 was or what caused i>.

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Product
Microsoft Office Outlook

Problem
Stopped working

Date
5/1/2009 4:51 PM

Status
Report Sent

Problem signature
Problem Event Name:	APPCRASH
Application Name:	OUTLOOK.EXE
Application Version:	12.0.6423.1000
Application Timestamp:	49b08185
Fault Module Name:	urlmon.dll
Fault Module Version:	8.0.6001.18702
Fault Module Timestamp:	49b3ad4e
Exception Code:	c0000005
Exception Offset:	0003e819
OS Version:	6.0.6001.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID:	1033

Extra information about the problem
LCID:	1033
Brand:	Office12Crash
skulcid:	1033
Bucket ID:	1252256335


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