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Unable to install Microsoft Update KB982158 for Microsoft Office Power


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IndianBubble

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Hi,

Windows downloaded Security update for MS Office Power Point 2007 (KB982158) but the installation failed

I manually downloaded the update and then also it failed to install

Please help with the same.

Warm regards,

IB
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phillipcorcoran

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If you're using Vista or Win7, try disabling "User Account Control"

Vista: Control Panel >> User Accounts >> "Turn user account control on or off"

Win7: Control Panel >> User Accounts >> "Change user account control settings"
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IndianBubble

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I use XP SP3.

Warm regards,

IB
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OOps! Sorry.

I would re-post your problem in a new thread then, otherwise members may think this thread has been resolved if it shows 3 or 4 replies in the topics listing.

Edited by phillipcorcoran, 11 November 2010 - 10:30 AM.

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Thanks.

Do let me know when you do that.

Thanks again.

Warm regards,

IB
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No Indian, Phillip means that YOU may need to start over with a brand new Thread. But, this time, mention that you're running XP SP3 in your first post.

(Phillip can't start a new thread for you because it would have his name on it).

Edited by SpywareDr, 12 November 2010 - 03:24 AM.

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Ok..will do..thanks.
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See if anything HERE will help.
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