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Excel 2007 Won't Start Up - no splash, no trace at all!


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henryhenry

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I have found this excellent site:

http://www.cpearson....rtuperrors.aspx

I have tried the solutions to no avail.

I have installed Office 2003 and it works. I have Word and PPT 2007 and both work. It worked fine for months. Then yesterday half-way through the day, it packed in. No splash screen, nothing. I click the exe and nothing happens. There is no process visible, there is a tiny spike in the cpu graph in task manager.

Any good ideas before I have to locate the disc which I lost?

Thanks!

Henry
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Use System Restore to return your computer to a previous state?
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Use System Restore to return your computer to a previous state?

Thanks for the suggestion. I don't have any restore points beyond 2 days ago for some reason.

Now I cannot open most .exe files but oddly, there are still some I can including Word, PPT and Firefox. This is a mystery...
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Now I cannot open most .exe files ...

That's not good.

Same symptoms after a reboot?
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