I have of course arthur and the minimoys book installed office updates since then without any issue, so I'm not sure why the service pack needs a file out of there.
There was a work-around for that which involved copying the entire CD to your hard drive, and then changing a registry value to point the installer to the local directory.
On the systems that you did update that worked, do you happen to know if you have a folder off the root of the C drive called "msocache"?Step 1 Choose Install File.Boricua Premium Member join: Sacramuerto 1 recommendation to chachazz Thank you, chachazz,.Will update this post after I've done.We named ours.Dustyn, premium Member join ontario, CAN.2.7 1 edit 1 recommendation to chachazz, i was about ready to post this too thinking it was odd that no one had posted this sooner.If the Service Pack update goes well, I'll reintegrate SP2 into the Office install media as I did when SP1 came out.At any rate, I noticed it appeared on Windows Update.Burlington, WV 1 recommendation, thanks for the information.Might be because I have Pro.Exe by clicking on the elipse button.
Picture #1 is what Windows Update reported, and the rest (Picture #2 thru Picture #4) are the events that were logged.
Original msocache folder was present.If they simply wont be using certain products in the Office suite, dont install those products.I'm curious to see if the installs go well for others.I did not delete.I'll probably install it tonight.WW map in Office 2010 Pro CD/ISO and paste into cmsocacheAll Users FF1CE-C.