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XP service pack 3 install fail (need help)


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HunterYM

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Ok well I posted this on Yahoo answers and got nothing back so Im here to ask the geeks.

Ok so I don't really know how to fix this, the program is installed correctly and when I pick the file its in for the program to use it doesn't locate what its looking for.

Heres the link to 4 pictures (zoom in with your browser to see them clearer)

these picks show exactly what happens as I go.

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I really don't have a clue what to do, any help will be GREATLY appreciated!
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Well that means what it says. You're doing an Office update and when you do Office Updates sometimes you need the CD.
Put your Office XP CD in the drive and the file(s) it wants are on there.
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Well that means what it says. You're doing an Office update and when you do Office Updates sometimes you need the CD.
Put your Office XP CD in the drive and the file(s) it wants are on there.


what if I don't have the CD?
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Find it, borrow one, or don't update Office.
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