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Office 2000 SR-1 Premium

Postby CJB » Fri, 07 May 2004 01:13:34 GMT

Upon recently installing the above update (onto MS Office 
Premium 2000 running on WindowsXP), which never installed 
correctly in the first instance, I am now unable to 
remove or repair.  This is necessary as I am now having 
various Office problems which I believe can only be 
resolved by removing and the upgrade and reinstalling 
Office - can someone please advise alternative 


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Event Type:	Warning
Event Source:	MsiInstaller
Event Category:	None
Event ID:	1004
Date:		5/18/2005
Time:		9:55:14 AM
User:		DOMAIN\Username
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Event Source:	MsiInstaller
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Time:		9:55:23 AM
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0008: 39 2d 37 38 45 31 2d 31   9-78E1-1
0010: 31 44 32 2d 42 36 30 46   1D2-B60F
0018: 2d 30 30 36 30 39 37 43   -006097C
0020: 39 39 38 45 37 7d         998E7}  

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