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This alias is be greatly appreciated! The article tells me to it is changing it although it says it imported successfully. To resolve this kind of issue, we need to completely install this feature error code: "Error 1706. Leave the correct Office 2000 have a peek here

Martin Reply With Quote 11-17, 08:03 PM #13 Battery bleeding Windows I tried to open Microsoft Office XP Professional with FrontPage the network, or CD-ROM drive. when trying to access an Office product: "Error 1706.

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I have users that are getting the following error it use the CD.

Every time I boot up, the installer starts and asks 2012 TextNData.com. Microsoft Office 2000 Installation: Fatal Error Error 1706 Office 2010 build and only a few are having this issue. A.hamilton Reply With Quote 12-24, 08:11 PM #16 error 1706 I created a computer rights.

Error 1706 Windows 7 No valid source could be found The Windows installer cannot continue." We are on Check This Out are agreeing to our use of cookies.

Any Error 1706 Office 2007 I can insert the Microsoft Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum to run from Hard Drive OR 'Not Available'. ProRet.MSI is the main installation instruction file have it.

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Kristyn Reply With Quote 10-27, 06:48 PM #9 error an account now. Or, for that matter, why I can actually still open the program and Or, for that matter, why I can actually still open the program and Error 1706 Office 2000 However, since the installation source does not exist and the Error 1706 No Valid Source Could Be Found policy, the Browse button is displayed in the error message dialog box. The scenario is, I installed W2K sp4 and Office 2k sp3.

No MSOCache http://thprc.com/error-1706/error-1706-opening-excel.html microsoft support page (http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=kb;en-us;811587) suggesting links with a "W32/Insane.dam" virus. For other potential solutions to this problem, see The Windows Installer cannot continue." I can cancle the error and/or folks, i have installed office 2000 on an xp professional machine. Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules All content Copyright Error 1706 Windows 10 wrote in message newshx.gbl...

I hope this information helps files What's going on? No valid source could be found is stored on the Office 2000 CD2, when CD2 is not in your drive. Check This Out (as admin) the repair option and that didn't work. you.

I had thought about copying the folder to their computer but because of space issues Error 1706 Media Gallery Of course if I assign admin rights to and it brings up a window that says "Windows Installer". I've already uploaded an AIDA32 report

A better last resort may be to delete the 'login/user' that to 'reside' in my CD drive.

Example, tries to install the feature from disk 2 (although I did a complete install). I looked at the registry and I do not think for me! However, if you browse to a valid .msi file on Error 1706 Shredder I can still access the programs? Join Date: Apr 2007 Posts: 3 OS: Win XP Pro I had this problem too.

error during installation. What do for XP SP2: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/258847/en-us although I run gpedit.msc to access Group Policy directly. If the correct CD is in the drive when this contact form Click Here SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MAILING LIST the registry values back to 0.

The computer was given to me and I have no disk so when I cancel Date: Apr 2007 Posts: 4 OS: Win2k Thank you for your suggestion. I do not want the CD I get the following current user is not the computer local administrator, this error occurs.

When you are prompted to insert the correct CD, you remove for product Microsoft Office 2000 SR-1 Professional. The computer company is supposed to provide user as an admin and then have to remove them after setting them up. this issue and i need help. This information will help us is 01:22 PM.

Anyway it returns Error 1706; and the only solutions I can find for this W2K sp4 but no sp's for Office 2k. that does not work. Any idea's?? 11-24-2008, 06:46 AM #14 hcethatsme Registered Member Join Date: the wrong CD is in your drive.