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Having Problem installing Office 2007 on Vista x32

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I have a Windows Vista and I am trying to install a Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise multi-user suite on it. The Operating System and Office Suite are fully licensed. Previously I had the same MS Office 2007 installed on the same OS without any problem. However, now unfortunately when I try installing even from different drivers (either from the CD, or external hard-drive) I still receive the same error messages.
I’ve received different messages in different stages of installation (I’ve re-installed my Windows Vista and even upgraded to Vista Business); however the problem still persists.
For awhile the message was that “the Microsoft Setup Bootstrapper has stopped working”. I’ve changed registry values; unregistered and reregistered my Windows Installer, etc.
The current error message I get is , "Office Source Engine has Stopped Working", following with “Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007 Setup did not complete successfully”.
I’ve realized also that I can’t install Windows Installer 3.1. The error message pertaining to its installation is “not enough storage memory for this command”. I wonder if they have anything to do with each other.

Update: I've installed Windows Vista Serive Pack 1; the problem still exists.

I’ll appreciate any guidance or assistance.

Edited by dama, 28 April 2008 - 03:30 AM.

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