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Thread: Office Pro 2007 setup can't find wordlr.cab

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    Office Pro 2007 setup can't find wordlr.cab

    Am having a Windows XP laptop and got frustrated enough with the Office 2007 installation. I was using MS Office 2003 but due to some reason I required to upgrade to 2007. So I downloaded Office Pro 2007 from Microsoft Site, Saved it on my D Drive. now whenever I’m trying to install it, I get an error message saying “Setup cannot find WordLR.cab”.

    I searched for this file and found it right there in the Download Office 2007 folder under word-en.us. Next time when I ran the setup , I pointed it manually to the file by browsing but still it gives me the same error and quits the setup. For more workout I copied wordlr.cab and paste it on Desktop, started setup again and this pointed it to the desktop where the file is kept, now it say the location is invalid.

    Please help.

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    Re: Office Pro 2007 setup can't find wordlr.cab

    One of my clients was having the same problem on his system. When he called me for help, I found that office was installed on 4 other PCs with the same hardware but was giving the error you mentioned above only this one PC. After research of about an hour somewhere I found that the problem could also be caused because of the bad memory, I mean RAM.

    Most of the time this problem occurs because of your bad memory stick. What I did is removed a stick from his other PC and seated it in this PC. Started setup and Office installed without any problem. So, I guess you now know what you have do.

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