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Can't run ms office 2007 enterprise in Vista


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chickmazta

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Good day to everybody! I've been having some troubles with my MS Office 2007 Enterprise in VISTA. I used to run the application smoothly a few weeks earlier until yesterday. When I try to run the program it displays an error 0xc0000022 cannot run the application. I cannot run MS word, excel and neither powerpoint, I dont know how this happened. I've been using it a few weeks back with not problem. I tried uninstalling it using the add and remove program but it also displays the same message and error. And also tried repairing the installation. I dont know what to do guys please I need help asap!

I am the administrator and also have all the permissions to install and uninstall the office but still no luck. I also tried uninstalling it in safe mode and still get the error message. Any help will be greatfully appreciated. TNX in ADVANCE!!!

Edited by chickmazta, 11 August 2008 - 10:16 AM.

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Hey chickmazta!

After doing a bit of research on the error code, I have come across a site that may help you solve this issue.

http://forums.msdn.m...b-76bb5d051374/

Basically, the error is stating that there are insufficient privaleges on the account you are on to access a specific DLL. The above site should help clear it over for you.

Hope it helps.

Regards,
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Thanks for your reply ipod, Ill check this link. I'll inform you as soon as I get back ok tnx so much!
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