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E:\ is not a valid Win32 application

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Hello I am Ryan. I've just started my first year in university and my Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 has stopped working. It had been working fine until today, when I tried to open Word it gave me some error message which I cant remember exactly but it wouldn't let me open it or any of the other Office programs. I tried to uninstall it but it says the file is corrupted and I should run set-up again from the DVD drive. I deleted windows office from my program file but now when I try to use my Office disk I get the message "E:\ is not a valid Win32 application." My disk is not damaged and I tried using a brand new disk (I opened the package and put it right into the dvd drive) that a friend had (both disks are completely legit and not burned) but neither worked. I thought the problem might be with my dvd drive but it seemed to read my game disks fine. As I said previously this is my first year in university and I direly need Word to work, if you have any suggestions for me they would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time.
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