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Posted on 2008-06-21
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I am having an issue adding Access to my current office installation. I believe I caould solve the problem by removing the whole installation, cleaning it up and reinstalling but fear having "office install issues" with programs I cannot live without for any length of time. The error I get from MS "send error?" is:

EventType : office11setup     P1 : {90110409-6000-11d3-8cfe-0150048383c9}    
P2 : 11.0.8173.0     P3 : startcache     P4 : 0     P5 : x     P6 : x     P7 : x

I also have installer error event 11729 and eventually office event 5000.

I do have admin rights and available space. I tried installing with /CDCACHE=0 as it seems to error during the caching. I will include the Office install error logs compressed. I am hoping that someone has been through this and knows off hand how to fix it so I do not have to spend a bunch more time tracking it down. This is my first run with EE and feel like this is a good test for deciding to continue membership.

Another oddity is that Outlook is not displayed as installed on the office add remove components setup console. This may be because office is automatically installed per computer when added to the domain

Looking forward to working with you all.

Steve

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Steve,

How are you doing?

See these links:

http://phorums.com.au/archive/index.php/t-149479.html
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/826511/
http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/thread-2123577.php
http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Miscellaneous/Q_21233066.html

I hate to just give you a bunch of links, but it does not seem that there is one "specific" cure's all solution to your issue.

Hope this helps,...!
Kevin

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I ended up uninstalling, cleaning up the instyalation and reinstalling. This did not effect any of my functionality or my interaction with AD or the domain controller. It actually did not take much time and I did avoid creating any more office problems. Thanks for your input.
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