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When installing a update to Outlook 2003 the program asks for a SKU112.cab file from the CD. I have the original CD (I bought retail) and it is not there or on my hard drive.. What gives...

During the upgrade process the outlook 2003 program ask for the SKU112.cab file.  I uninstalled the outlook and re-installed it. Then I tried to upgrade it again it still wanted the file. I have the registered retail version that I bought a couple of months ago.

Any help would be great
Kriss.
PS I tried turning off Word as my editor as well.
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stefriCommented:
maybe this may help: http://www.tech-archive.net/Archive/Office/microsoft.public.officeupdate/2004-08/0245.html

From: Sloan Crayton [MS] (sloanc_at_online.microsoft.com)
Date: 08/10/04

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Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2004 22:07:29 -0700


This file is on the Office Standard 2003 CD. I suspect that you may have
more than one Office 2003 suite product installed. Check the Windows
Add/Remove Programs to see what Office 2003 products are installed.
Uninstall the unnecessary one, and you should be ok.


Sloan Crayton
Microsoft


"Reed T." <reedt@attglobal.net> wrote in message
news:2f9c01c47e58$0bfe8d30$a501280a@phx.gbl...
> Like a prior email, while trying to install update, i'm
> prompted to put in installation CD to find SKU112.CAB
> which for some reason isn't there. I had the same error
> message pop up; I have the Office Small Business Edition
> 2003 "upgrade" CD, which upgraded me from Office XP Small
> Business Edition.

> Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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