I'm posting this from my employers network.
We have a small network which runs a particular legal workflow system. Up until today, we have had very few problems with the network. However, as I am the office administrator for the network (and nobody else here knows much about PC's), I installed the latest update from Windows, and carried on work as normal.
Some time later in the day, after the system had run a virus check (which it does everyday, on each computer), the MSWord2000 started displaying an error, each time I opened our letterhead template from the LegalOffice workflow system saying "mswrd632.wpc error translator not found" and giving you only the option to click okay. Then, Word would open with a blank page.
After about an hour of this happening repeatedly, I assumed that the really obvious restart option might help. So I restarted it. At this point, the computer came up with the error saying that it had been shut down unexpectedly, and that it needed to be opened in safe mode. I tried all the options that the computer gave me, but it just got slightly into the windows opening screen and then would restart the machine again.
Obviously, as this is a small company, we need this machine working again as soon as possible, so I'd be grateful if anybody had any ideas of how to fix this or if this is an inoperable error.