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mcpscomp

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Hi Every one
_Fresh XP pro installation
_Finish all updates
_Norton system work primier 2005
_Finish all update
_Run very good
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Reallize Problem tonight when I put Office Xp Pro CD in and get this Message:
"Error opening instalation log file.Verify that the specified log file location exist and is writable"
Never Have this problem and this CD works on all other machine and on this very machine Just before this reinstallation. And the reason for this redone was phisical crash of the old hard drive.
This is not an emergency but for me it is pissed off and curious.
Again, not emmergency but help. :tazz:
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wannabe1

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mcpscomp...

Implement the workaround suggested on this Microsoft Page. Not an uncommon error.. :tazz:

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mcpscomp

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:) Problem solved !!!!!!!
Thanks.
Last question:
What do mean buy 'WANT TO BE 1' ?
You are.
Thanks again. :tazz:
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wannabe1

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Glad to help, mcpscomp... :tazz:

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