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Error messges with office 2003 XP OS

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I did a complete reinstall of XP due to speed issues, I was just trying to get everything off my computer and starting over from scratch.

I had Windows 97. I tried to install it, but kept getting errors.

SO I got Windows 2003.

I cant get my CD/DVD player to run all the time, it is very tempremental, so I put it on a flash drive.

I start installing it and I get:

Error 1309 Error Reading from file:E:\FILES\FILES'PFILES'MSOFFICE'OFFICE11\ACCESS.PIP. Veriy that the file exists and thet you can access it.

Does anyone know what I can do to fix this? or how I can make it work?

I seem to have the same basic issues with installing my printer also. Its an HP and I keep getting errors and files missing. When I did the reinstall I let it install everything. Is there something I am missing?

Edited by chelebyerly, 21 June 2009 - 09:43 AM.

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I think we need some clarification first if you please.

There is no such thing as Windows 97. While there is such a thing as Windows 2003 in a server edition, I need to clarify what you mean by "got Windows 2003". What exactly have you got on your computer now?
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