Office 2007 does not Install

#1
Tried vista compatibility mode and getting error 1935 everytime. Seems related to .Net not installed or corrupted. Tried to reinstall .net which is embeded in Windows 7 with no success. In control panel when I try to activate Windows features I am getting another error "Al features where not successfully installed"
Will be really happy if I can run a version of Office with W7.
 


#2
I just installed Office 2007 Enterprise about 30 minutes ago...didn't do any compatibility or anything and it installed fine. In fact, Windows update detected it and I did all the office updates. I don't remember having to install any .net stuff though.
 


#3
I just installed Office 2007 Enterprise about 30 minutes ago...didn't do any compatibility or anything and it installed fine. In fact, Windows update detected it and I did all the office updates. I don't remember having to install any .net stuff though.
Same here.
 


#4
Tried vista compatibility mode and getting error 1935 everytime. Seems related to .Net not installed or corrupted. Tried to reinstall .net which is embeded in Windows 7 with no success. In control panel when I try to activate Windows features I am getting another error "Al features where not successfully installed"
Will be really happy if I can run a version of Office with W7.
I am having the same problem. When I try to install Office 2007 Enterprise or Pro I get the error 1935. I dont know why some people are able to while others are not
 


#5
Not that it helps, but no problems on my end. Office 2007 and OneNote 2007 installed with no problems.
 


#6
I've installed Office '07 Enterprise no problems, only thing I can recommend is a clean install, and reformating.
 


sardog12

Senior Member
#7
I installed Enterprise 2007 and all updates without any problems. What version are you trying to install?
 


haxcid

Senior Member
#8
Office 2007 installed fine for me this morning. No problems what so ever. I even installed SaveAsPdf and Outlook Backup tools. Everything worked flawlessly.
 


#9
I am having a similar problem. This is what I posted over at the TechNet forums with absolutely no response.

So I loaded up a fresh install of Windows 7 32 bit and I just tried to install Office 2007 Small Business edition. I am able to load up the install process, enter the product key, prove that I have a former edition of Office, customize the install process, and then I get this error message "Microsoft Office Small Business 2007 installation did not complete successfully. We are sorry for the inconvenience."

Any ideas? Surely Windows 7 works with Office 2007?

One thought . . . how many of you are using an upgrade version of Office 2007 vs. a full version. I am using an upgrade version. Could that be part of the problem?


Update - I think I found a solution.
Well at least it worked for me . . . I copied all the files from my DVD to a folder on my hard drive and I was able to successfully install it from there. While I was at it, I slipstreams SP1 as well. Here's a guide to how to do it. Microsoft Office 2007 SP1 Installation & Slipstream Guide
 


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#10
I just installed Office 2007 Enterprise about 30 minutes ago...didn't do any compatibility or anything and it installed fine. In fact, Windows update detected it and I did all the office updates. I don't remember having to install any .net stuff though.
Same here.
 


#11
Office 2007 error

When I run office 2007 from the hard drive or CDrom I recieve this message when it start installing files." Setup cannot find Office.en-us\dwtrig20.exe.Browse to the valid installation source, then click ok."
I have done that but it still says the same. I also browse and verify that the file is the and the security it at full control both by system and administrator and it is. Can some one help me? Windows & still have a problem with .msi files cuz I try to install to program and it give an error saying the *.msi doesnot exist or corrupt.
 


#12
Finally I fixed the problem by reinstalling Windows 7. My first install was corrupt and many windows features were missing including .net. Don't know how this happened because I did not get any errors during install.
 


#13
It may also depend on the version of Office you're installing.
I used a version called Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise "Blue" Edition, and that worked flawlessly. (It's a tech-bench version)
However, installing from a legal copy, or a regular enterprise or other pirated version may not.
 


#14
I am able to do a install of the Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007, but when I try to activate it it crashes.
After I type in the key it confirms it's real then it starts configuring and gives me this error: Microsoft setup Bootstrapper has stopped working.
 


#15
I have a legit copy of Office 2007 Enterprise and it installed correctly, complete, not upgrade. I did a custom install and selected everything to "Run from my computer" and it installed faster than ever with no problems.

I installed SP1 and did the Microsoft Update and if d/l the office patches.

Only problems i'm having now is Word freezes when saving (known issue) and Outlook doesn't connect to Hotmail unless you reenter your password and press OK 3 times.
 


#16
Update - I think I found a solution.
Well at least it worked for me . . . I copied all the files from my DVD to a folder on my hard drive and I was able to successfully install it from there. While I was at it, I slipstreams SP1 as well. Here's a guide to how to do it. Microsoft Office 2007 SP1 Installation & Slipstream Guide
I Think you might be true, I am Running MS Office 2007 Pro with SP1 already Slipped, (not that I am impressed with 07 version. I have less bugs and problems with 03) On my laptop Lenovo 3000 n100 with Win 7. So far only a couple of minor problems.:frown:
 


#17
Error 1935

I'm having the same problem. Legit copy of Enterprise. Error 1935. I'm running the 64-bit Windows 7 Beta. Those of you who said it worked fine, which version of Windows 7 are you running out of curiosity's sake?
 


#18
It may also depend on the version of Office you're installing.
I used a version called Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise "Blue" Edition, and that worked flawlessly. (It's a tech-bench version)
However, installing from a legal copy, or a regular enterprise or other pirated version may not.
I am installing Microsoft Office Enterprise Edition from our VLA and had not issues installing it or any of the other software (Visio, Project, etc...). I have a copy of Pro Plus which I will try on another laptop shortly, but I don't expect any issues. It didn't have SP1 already installed or slipstreamed. Matter of fact, as soon as I ran the updates, SP1 downloaded and installed without any problems.
 


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kev_b

Honorable Member
#19
My Office 2007 is tied in with Equipt, I couldn’t get Equipt to install fully and does not work but I some how got the office software to work and activated, still a mystery how I managed that. :confused:
Had no trouble installing office 2003 but I couldn't activate it because the box asking me what country I live in would only display this symbol ( and no countries.
 


#20
Me too

I too cannot get Office 2007 to install on Windows 7. Completely clean install of Windows 7, completely valid Office 2007 Enterprise. Same 1935 error, complaining about component missing. Incidentally, I tried installing both a SP1 slip-streamed version of Office 2007 and the "plain" version of Office 2007.

I have seen this comment on other sites on the web as well, this is not a unique problem....
 


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