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  • 1. My office is not working anymore
    Hi, I use W2000 professional on a DELL Laptop. I bought this laptop from my company (now closed in france) and I do not have the MS office CD installation. I was attacked by the W32.blasterWorm which provokes the issue with svchost.exe. I manage to setup the W2000 SP4 (not with difficulties) and the hotfix against the worm from Microsoft site. I install also the Zone alarm firewall and everything is fine. Unfornately now, I can not use my office (Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint). "this application must be installed to run". If I try to update with the latest version of office, the version of my office is not recognized. If someone has a solution to get back my office. Thanks a million Marc poitrenaud XXXX@XXXXX.COM 00 33 6 12 36 63 71
  • 2. Error 1321 when installing Office 2000 Update: Service Pack 3 (SP3)
    I am having problems installing Microsoft Office 2000 UPdate: Service Pack 3. I keep getting Installer error messages type 1321 (e.g. "The installer has insufficient privileges to modify this file D:\PFiles\MSOffice\Office\EXCEL.EXE." or "The installer has insufficient privileges to modify this file D:\PFiles\MSOffice\Office\OUTLLIB.DLL.") I did previously install Office 2000 SR1a update and Windows Installer 2.0 What should I do?
  • 3. Error 1919 when updating Office2000 to sr3.
    Operating system is WindowsXP Home. Downloaded sr1 first; restarted; downloaded sr3; during the install using the product CD's, Error 1919: Error configuring ODBC data sources: MS Access database ODBX error6: Component not found in the registry. Verify the file MS Access Database exists and that you can access it. This occurred 7 times with other files missing (same error #)eg; dBASE files, & Excel Files, & Visual FoxPro Data Base, & Visual FoxPro Tables, & dBASE Files-Word, & FoxPro Files-Word. I Ignored and it continued and said update successful. When I open a Office2000 application it installs all over again, with the same error messages over and over again. Any Ideas?
  • 4. I need to remove Office XP from inoperative computer and install on new one
    I need to find out how I install my Office XP on my new computer. My old lap top died and I purchased a new one. Someone told me that I had to get a number from Microsoft, but I can't figure out how to get a hold of Microsoft??? Can anyone help? I also have it installed on my Desk PC.
  • 5. Can I install Office 2000
    I have Windows 98. Can I install Office 2000 without updating my Windows? Thanks S Malone

Tranfer to new PC

Postby Old Bill » Thu, 30 Oct 2003 14:31:08 GMT

I am about to change computers and will be using my old Office 2000 disks. I
have religiously applied updates and patches on the old PC.

My question is: do I have to download all these updates etc onto the new PC,
or are there 'patch files' stored on my old PC that I could apply?

Both PC's are stand alone using Win XP Home edition.

Any help on migration would be appreciated.

Thanks

Bill



Re: Tranfer to new PC

Postby Susan Ramlet » Fri, 31 Oct 2003 05:01:06 GMT

Hi, Bill,

You'll want to use Office Update to download the latest patches to your new
computer.  Alternatively, you can choose to download some of the patches
(those that have "fully downloadable" versions) for future use, if needed.
But if you didn't do that on the first PC, there's really nothing there for
you to copy over and run again.

Each patch should have a pretty thorough description of how to obtain and
install it.  This article may help, if you don't already have this info.

312564 - OFF2000: Frequently Asked Questions About Office 2000 Service
Releases, Service Packs, and Updates:
 http://www.**--****.com/ ;en-us;312564&Product=ofw2k


-- 
Susan Ramlet
MVP - Microsoft Office
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Re: Tranfer to new PC

Postby Old Bill » Fri, 31 Oct 2003 12:55:00 GMT

Thanks for the reply, but as I have already downloaded them all on the 'old
pc', I am trying to avoid having to go through it all again on the 'new
pc' - time & money etc.

Thanks again.






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Re: Tranfer to new PC

Postby Bob Buckland ?:-) » Sat, 01 Nov 2003 05:42:55 GMT

Hi Bill,

Unless you downloaded the .exe full patch package versions
of the updates rather than using Officeupdate on line
you'll probably need to either download again or
contact MS to see if they still have any Office 2000
patch CDs still available (800) 360-7561 in the U.S.

The .MSP files are stored in the Windows Installer folder
but are renamed from the original downloads and don't
always work reliably when applied from that source on
a new installation.

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Thanks for the reply, but as I have already downloaded them all on the 'old
pc', I am trying to avoid having to go through it all again on the 'new
pc' - time & money etc.

Thanks again. >>
-- 
I hope this helps you,

Bob  Buckland  ?:-)
MS Office System Products MVP

  *Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*

The Office 2003 System parts explained
  http://www.**--****.com/ 

MS on 'Why Office System 2003'
  http://www.**--****.com/ 




Re: Tranfer to new PC

Postby Susan Ramlet » Sat, 01 Nov 2003 23:14:37 GMT

That's kinda what I said, but not as well as Bob <g>.

There's a fully-downloadable version of many of the updates, and there's the
standard "Office Update" version which is not fully downloadable.  To reuse
and transfer updates from computer to computer, you need the
fully-downloadable version.  You can get those either by downloading them,
or by requesting a CD.

The link to the article I send will lead you to details on each update and
how you can obtain it in a fully-downloadable manner (if you want to on your
new computer).

-- 
Susan Ramlet
MVP - Microsoft Office
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Please post replies to the newsgroup where all may benefit.









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Re: Tranfer to new PC

Postby OldBill » Sun, 02 Nov 2003 13:50:52 GMT

Yes, now I understand.  Twice bitten, etc. Its just not worthwhile me
upgrading every new release - the Office 2000 I have (Premium) was priced at
over $1500 here in Australia.  Just as well it was a gift from MS!! But I
will investigate getting a 'patch' CD.

Thanks to you all - the switchover is going OK also.






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