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Removing Microsoft 2000


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DaLe-HaYeS

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There are no Remove Buttons In The Remove Programs Control Panel, And when i went into the registry keys to chaneg the remove value, its not there, any help??
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Put the office cd in the drive does it give you the option to uninstall
Why do you want to unistall
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No it wont open, because of errors with windows installer, and i want to remove it because, it wasnt installed properly in the first place
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ok the auto run won't work whatif you go in via explorer and click on the setup does this work?If not we can look at removing it through the command prompt
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DaLe-HaYeS

Try this.

Click Start, point to Programs and select Windows Install Cleanup. Select Office 2000 and click remove. Click OK then click Exit. Then try to re-install Windows 2000. If this does not work, run Install Clean Up again then manually delete the office 2000 files in the Program folder. You should be able to successfully re-install Office 2000.

Some info in Microsoft Article ID 295823


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See Over On The Left Where It Says "Operating System:Windows XP" Read That Again For Me LoL And, No 'peterm' It Wont Let Me Go To Setup Through Explore, Tried Every Installation Method Possible
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want to try the command prompt way?
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Sure, anything at this point
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when you look in explorer can you remove the office folder
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