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Office97 bdrintl.dll registration error

Posted on 1998-05-22
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While trying to install Office97 on my machine I receive an error that states that the bdrintl.dll file could not register with Windows95. I can open some applications like Excel and Word but not Access. I have tried deleting the directory and reinstalling, but still same result. I have also ran Regclean and do not have the option to use the "uninstall" for Office97 because it doesn't complete the installation. What should I try?
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by:the_whelk
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During your installation amendments and entries were made to varoius system files. Withou the uninstall feature it is virtually impossible to correct everything to how it was you installed Office 97. Their are varoius utilities that will correct some problems but not all. Suggest you go right back to formatting HD and reinstall all Office and other aplications applications after reinstalling Windows
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by:bsimpso
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I find that having to Re-format my Hard drive to fix the problem an  extreme solution. You mentioned some utilites that would correct some of the problem's but did not mention them by name. Any suggestion's?
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