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> I ran diagnostics but it said no problems found. Why do I need my install
> Thank you
> "Robin Walker [MVP]" wrote:
>> Danielle B <Danielle B@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>>> I have been able to install updates fine until now, but two are
>>> failing under this code, which I can not find anywhere for the
>>> meaning. The two updates are: security update for office 2007
>>> (KB934062) and Office 2007 update (KB934393)
>> 80070652 means that a previous installation has not run to completion
>> Try Start -> Microsoft Office -> Microsoft Office Tools -> Microsoft
>> to see whether that clears the problem. You might need your Office 2007
>> installation CD.
>> Robin Walker [MVP Networking]