This only happens the one time immediately after switching, but it is annoying. And I bet you must want to know how to fix it. Might work for you or not, but will cost you nothing to try. . In the content below, we will use examples under Windows 7.
The Value data will read 0 by default. It is only on the screen for a couple of seconds and then goes away. So, I decided to give myself a chance. If I put the disk in I get a meesage Office 2003 already loaded. But on the System Restore screen, we can see multiple lines of Access 2000 runtime and Access 2003 runtime installation. I have a suspicion that it is a registry problem that still exists from the first install. I have vista on my pc.
Generally, to edit the registry of one version is enough to address the problem. Hey figured out a good and easy way to fix this problem as mentioned above if you go to program files and click on the appropiate applications exe file it will load without the config screen coming up. For any other particular cases I am willing to assist you as soon as you will provide me with the specific details of your problem. I got Office 2007 on it for a few month and it has always worked fine! Office '03 is far easier to use if only because the stuff is where you expect to find it. Had office 2007 but didn't like the options so uninstalled it.
Then you see the missing system protected files and then try to copy from installation dvd. Office 2007 might want to have one more spin round the block with it's configuration dialog box, but that should be it. If this does not work, then e-mail me and I will get some more details from you. Cheers I have the Visio 2007 problem: I start it and it launches first the small installer windows, soon it's done and I can use it. However once i install just 2003, It comes back. Thanks, Ritesh David, Im stuck and getting very frustrated. I have a new office 2013 from my firm.
The worst culprits seem to be Outlook and Access for me. Have you tried the fix above? I've recently dented Office 2007 from my system using Your Uninstaller 2010. Mostly it fixes this and related error. In the permissions for Installer dialog box, click Administrators in the Group or user names list, and then make sure that the Full Control permission is set for the Administrators group. I am now very frustrated with 2007 so i installed 2003 without uninstalling 2007. However, if the headache remains, you can edit all the registries of different Word versions. I did notice that the event id given there is 1001 and the error is wisp missing entries.
Best of luck I have found that by going to the application log, in the right hand side of the event viewer. I then uninstalled 2007 and have even tried uninstalling 2003 and reinstalling it. I have office 2007 pro installed before. This Windows folder is in a hidden folder. The error is not related to missing entries but actually corrupted ones.
In the Folder Options dialog box, click the View tab. Can i expect a reply. The changes above will not in any way blow up your system. I see two options here: 1. This reg key is left over from when they were designing Office 2003 ,but left it unavailable ,it simply tells Word to not bother checking if it is the default Word program in instances of you having multiple installations of Office.
But there was a strange step at the very end of the instructions which suggested renaming msaccess. It requires editing the registry, but if you back up the registry beforehand you don't have too much to worry about. Nor did creating a new profile and running Word as an example. Hope there is some fix. It was very kind of you to state the case so graciously.