Outlook 2010 Pro Plus does not meet Office 365 requirements

I've had Office 365 set up on Outlook 2010 and it's worked for the past 6 months. Since yesterday it's been prompting me continuously for a password and will not accept it. I've logged into the portal and ran the Microsoft Office Desktop setup and I get the following message "Your computer does not meet the minimum system requirements". The version of Office I am using is 32bit Office 2010 Professional Plus Version 14.0.4734.1000. Any idea why this does not now meet the minimum system requirements? I've tried to run Office 2010 service packs but it tells me that it is not able to detect a previous version of Office on the system, It's all a bit strange. Any ideas?
Barry McCannAsked:
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
Can you copy/paste the FULL EXTENDED version of the message that you get.
Barry McCannAuthor Commented:
Full message attached.
error.docx
Michael DyerSenior Systems Support AnalystCommented:
You should be able to click on that error message where it says "View software requirements" to see what It needs.  Can you do that and post that information?
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Something is wrong with your office installation, try repair from the control panel / programs and features and see if that fixes it.. you should then be able to get office updates.

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Barry McCannAuthor Commented:
Repair seems to have resolved the issue.
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