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error applying transform !

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Can anybody tell me why I always got the popup error messga saying :

"error applying transform. Verify that the specified transform paths are valid."

every time i run the setup file from the microsoft office professional CD. I can't even uninstall with this problem. I went through microsoft documentation and it does not help at all. Anyone out there has this experience ?
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These links do not help.  You go around in circles.

I have WIN7 64 OS.  
I installed Microsoft Office Professional 2010.
When I installed Orcalfex , all the icons for Mircrosoft Office changed to white.
I wanted to uninstall Office and reinstall but now get the error

"Error applying transforms: Verify that the specified transofrm paths are valid"

Can someone provide the solution to this?

Manytimes
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