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Installing Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise 64 bit


redbarron

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I installed Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise 64 bit on my wife's laptop some while ago, but it will not install on my new computer for some reason.

Each time I try I keep getting a pop up box saying the following:


'Setup cannot find the required setup controller file. Either there was a network error reading from the CD, DVD or other installation media, or a other problem with the package you download. _________________End

Any idea please how to fix this please.

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redbarron

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Forgot to add.

My new system is Windows 7 64 bit.

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redbarron

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Forgot to add.

My new system is Windows 7 64 bit.

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lotvic

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See my response in your duplicate thread http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forums/1/tech-helproom/4189636/problem-installing-microsoft-office-enterprise-2007-64bit/ which gives link to solution.

please do not post same problem in different forums, we'll all end up confused... ;)

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