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MS Office 2010 Home and Student activation is broken

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I have an issue with activating MS Office 2010 Home and Student edition. After it was installed I found an existing trial version of Office Enterprise was installed. Now the trial period has ended I find I cannot activate or uninstall either app. Can anyone help out?
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Thanks for that advice, the Microsoft fix your link eventually led me to did the trick. Browse to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301 and click the "Fix it" button depending on the version of office in need of fixing.
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