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Upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition

Postby sat » Tue, 28 Mar 2006 06:23:54 GMT

Hi,
I currently have Office Student Edition 2002 and want to upgrade to 
Office Student Edition 2003.
HOWEVER, I only have Windows XP HE SP1 and NOT SP2 (I will not be 
installing SP2 on my computer anytime soon.)
If I do upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition, will it require I 
install Windows SP2 or will it upgrade independently of what Windows 
service pack I have?
Tx.

Re: Upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition

Postby Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook] » Tue, 28 Mar 2006 06:52:00 GMT

1.  Office 2003 STE will not come in an upgrade package - it is full retail.
2.  You do not need to install any additional SPs for Windows although I 
highly encourage SP-2 to be installed - why are you adamant about not 
installing it?


Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.  All
unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted without
reading.

After furious head scratching, sat asked:

| Hi,
| I currently have Office Student Edition 2002 and want to upgrade to
| Office Student Edition 2003.
| HOWEVER, I only have Windows XP HE SP1 and NOT SP2 (I will not be
| installing SP2 on my computer anytime soon.)
| If I do upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition, will it require I
| install Windows SP2 or will it upgrade independently of what Windows
| service pack I have?
| Tx. 



Re: Upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition

Postby sat » Tue, 28 Mar 2006 07:47:01 GMT

1) Correct it is full retail--i meant it will install over the current 
version; my mistake.
2) I have had incredible problems with MS updates where patches slowed 
my computer down to a crawl and only when uninstalling update patches 
did I recover a "normal" state.
I have also experienced thru other colleagues's SP2 upgrades a complete 
mess--and I am not willing to try it at this point.
I do have a CD of SP2 that I picked up at Circuit City over 1 year ago 
but again, why fix my computer when it is working perfectly fine now; 
and is protected in any event by AV, Anti Spyware, NAT router, etc.




Re: Upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition

Postby Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook] » Wed, 29 Mar 2006 12:01:54 GMT

YMMV but I have several computers here at home that I upgraded to SP-2 and 
not one has had a problem.  The oldest is a Dell Inspiron 5000 notebook that 
I purchased in 1999 and even that one upgraded just fine.

One of the reasons I usually recommend it is that if you have notices in the 
last several months, the monthly security patches for Windows have mostly 
excluded Windows XP SP-2, which lessens the problems that you say you 
experience with patches hosing your system.  Better the one patch than the 
monthly russian roulette.


Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.  All
unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted without
reading.

After furious head scratching, sat asked:

| 1) Correct it is full retail--i meant it will install over the current
| version; my mistake.
| 2) I have had incredible problems with MS updates where patches slowed
| my computer down to a crawl and only when uninstalling update patches
| did I recover a "normal" state.
| I have also experienced thru other colleagues's SP2 upgrades a
| complete mess--and I am not willing to try it at this point.
| I do have a CD of SP2 that I picked up at Circuit City over 1 year ago
| but again, why fix my computer when it is working perfectly fine now;
| and is protected in any event by AV, Anti Spyware, NAT router, etc.
|


|| 1.  Office 2003 STE will not come in an upgrade package - it is full
|| retail.
|| 2.  You do not need to install any additional SPs for Windows
|| although I highly encourage SP-2 to be installed - why are you
|| adamant about not installing it?
||
||
|| --
|| Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
||
|| Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.  All
|| unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted without
|| reading.
||
|| After furious head scratching, sat asked:
||
||| Hi,
||| I currently have Office Student Edition 2002 and want to upgrade to
||| Office Student Edition 2003.
||| HOWEVER, I only have Windows XP HE SP1 and NOT SP2 (I will not be
||| installing SP2 on my computer anytime soon.)
||| If I do upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition, will it require I
||| install Windows SP2 or will it upgrade independently of what Windows
||| service pack I have?
||| Tx. 



Re: Upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition

Postby sat » Thu, 30 Mar 2006 10:01:01 GMT

I understand.
When did u do the SP2 upgrades and how? CD-ROM or msupdate website?





>> || 1.  Office 2003 STE will not come in an upgrade package - it is full
>> || retail.
>> || 2.  You do not need to install any additional SPs for Windows
>> || although I highly encourage SP-2 to be installed - why are you
>> || adamant about not installing it?
>> ||
>> ||
>> || --gt;
> || Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]>
> ||>
> || Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.  All>
> || unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted without>
> || reading.>
> ||>
> || After furious head scratching, sat asked:>
> ||>
> ||| Hi,>
> ||| I currently have Office Student Edition 2002 and want to upgrade to>
> ||| Office Student Edition 2003.>
> ||| HOWEVER, I only have Windows XP HE SP1 and NOT SP2 (I will not be>
> ||| installing SP2 on my computer anytime soon.)>
> ||| If I do upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition, will it require I>
> ||| install Windows SP2 or will it upgrade independently of what Windows>
> ||| service pack I have?>
> ||| Tx. >
> >
> 

Re: Upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition

Postby Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook] » Thu, 30 Mar 2006 11:21:26 GMT

I used a CD-ROM, but Windows Update also works if you have a fast 
connection.  It would drag on a dial-up.

Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.  All
unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted without
reading.

After furious head scratching, sat asked:

| I understand.
| When did u do the SP2 upgrades and how? CD-ROM or msupdate website?
|
|


|| YMMV but I have several computers here at home that I upgraded to
|| SP-2 and not one has had a problem.  The oldest is a Dell Inspiron
|| 5000 notebook that I purchased in 1999 and even that one upgraded
|| just fine.
||
|| One of the reasons I usually recommend it is that if you have
|| notices in the last several months, the monthly security patches for
|| Windows have mostly excluded Windows XP SP-2, which lessens the
|| problems that you say you experience with patches hosing your
|| system.  Better the one patch than the monthly russian roulette.
||
||
|| --
|| Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
||
|| Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.  All
|| unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted without
|| reading.
||
|| After furious head scratching, sat asked:
||
||| 1) Correct it is full retail--i meant it will install over the
||| current version; my mistake.
||| 2) I have had incredible problems with MS updates where patches
||| slowed my computer down to a crawl and only when uninstalling
||| update patches did I recover a "normal" state.
||| I have also experienced thru other colleagues's SP2 upgrades a
||| complete mess--and I am not willing to try it at this point.
||| I do have a CD of SP2 that I picked up at Circuit City over 1 year
||| ago but again, why fix my computer when it is working perfectly
||| fine now; and is protected in any event by AV, Anti Spyware, NAT
||| router, etc.
|||


|||| 1.  Office 2003 STE will not come in an upgrade package - it is
|||| full retail.
|||| 2.  You do not need to install any additional SPs for Windows
|||| although I highly encourage SP-2 to be installed - why are you
|||| adamant about not installing it?
||||
||||
|||| --
|||| Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
||||
|||| Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.  All
|||| unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted
|||| without reading.
||||
|||| After furious head scratching, sat asked:
||||
||||| Hi,
||||| I currently have Office Student Edition 2002 and want to upgrade
||||| to Office Student Edition 2003.
||||| HOWEVER, I only have Windows XP HE SP1 and NOT SP2 (I will not be
||||| installing SP2 on my computer anytime soon.)
||||| If I do upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition, will it require I
||||| install Windows SP2 or will it upgrade independently of what
||||| Windows service pack I have?
||||| Tx. 



Re: Upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition

Postby Brains,None » Fri, 31 Mar 2006 00:39:49 GMT

t did... I had to leave my 2 computers on at home 3 nights straight to
pull it down. doing it that way worked well, tho... no problem.

Jim

Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook] wrote:
> || Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]> > ||> > || Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact. All> > || unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted without> > || reading.> > ||> > || After furious head scratching, sat asked:> > ||> > ||| 1) Correct it is full retail--i meant it will install over the> > ||| current version; my mistake.> > ||| 2) I have had incredible problems with MS updates where patches> > ||| slowed my computer down to a crawl and only when uninstalling> > ||| update patches did I recover a "normal" state.> > ||| I have also experienced thru other colleagues's SP2 upgrades a> > ||| complete mess--and I am not willing to try it at this point.> > ||| I do have a CD of SP2 that I picked up at Circuit City over 1 year> > ||| ago but again, why fix my computer when it is working perfectly> > ||| fine now; and is protected in any event by AV, Anti Spyware, NAT> > ||| router, etc.> > |||> > ||| Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook] wrote:> > |||| 1. Office 2003 STE will not come in an upgrade package - it is> > |||| full retail.> > |||| 2. You do not need to install any additional SPs for Windows> > |||| although I highly encourage SP-2 to be installed - why are you> > |||| adamant about not installing it?> > ||||> > ||||> > |||| -->
> |||| Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook>
> |||>
> |||| Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact. Al>
> |||| unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be delete>
> |||| without reading>
> |||>
> |||| After furious head scratching, sat asked>
> |||>
> ||||| Hi>
> ||||| I currently have Office Student Edition 2002 and want to upgrad>
> ||||| to Office Student Edition 2003>
> ||||| HOWEVER, I only have Windows XP HE SP1 and NOT SP2 (I will not b>
> ||||| installing SP2 on my computer anytime soon.>
> ||||| If I do upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition, will it require >
> ||||| install Windows SP2 or will it upgrade independently of wha>
> ||||| Windows service pack I have>
> ||||| Tx.>
>>
>

Re: Upgrade to Office 2003 Student Edition

Postby Peter Foldes » Fri, 31 Mar 2006 21:27:57 GMT

Read the following on installing SP2 
 http://www.**--****.com/ 
 http://www.**--****.com/ #Cannot_install_Service_Pack_2
 http://www.**--****.com/ ;en-us;811113&sd=ee
-- 
Peter

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