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Windows Installer Error When Loading Office 2000

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I have a fresh install of Win98
I am trying to install Office 2000.
Just a few minutes into the install, I get a message saying that the Windows Installer needes to be upgraded. Then when I hit ok, I get the "blue" screen, This Program, Windows Installer has performed an illegal operation.
How can I upgrade or repair the Installer or what can I do here?
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