Office 2007... SP1... Vista Platform... Reconfigures after every reboot

I have a Windows Vista platform with Office 2007 installed. SP1 was automatically installed through windows update. Now every time I reboot my computer Office 2007 reconfigures, takes about 3 minutes to finish.  Is there a hotfix or some other kind of fix for this problem?

Thanks!
janzalonAsked:
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merowingerCommented:
are you logged on as administrator on your computer?
janzalonAuthor Commented:
Yes, I have admin rights...  

Now will this effect other users that dont have admin rights??  Im trying to get away from typical users to have admin rights, just to have "power user" rights.
merowingerCommented:
whats listed in eventlog?

Start->Run->eventvwr
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janzalonAuthor Commented:
not sure where to find that info in the Vista version of event viewer
merowingerCommented:
press the windows key and "r" then type eventvwr
janzalonAuthor Commented:
Oh I know how to get to the event viewer I just dont know where to find the error message for the Microsoft Office (Outlook) problem in there... It looks different then XP, etc.
janzalonAuthor Commented:
FIXED THE ISSUE...

Rename this file:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\OFFICE12\Office Setup Controller\setup.exe
to something like setup.exe.old....  keep it so you can refer back to if need be.

No more problems so far, and everything seems to work 100%.

Microsoft should fix this issue though!

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