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Cant install microsoft office 2007 not enough space where wants to be installed?

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April 5, 2010 3:19:39 AM

I have downloaded Microsoft office 7 to my PC (the files). I have Windows XP SP2 as an operating system. When I go to click on the instillation I get this pop up message....
"the install location you selected does not have 1734mb free space. Free up space from the selected location or choose a different install location."
I know where the files are located on my PC however I am not certain as to where the installation is designated to go. I have deleted temp files, deleted necessary programs, etc....Help please, lost at this point!!!
April 5, 2010 6:55:50 AM

If you don't need every program in Office, you can omit some of them. Also, I think you're going to have trouble running it on SP2.
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April 6, 2010 5:18:40 AM

still unable to install, any other suggestions???
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April 6, 2010 5:20:25 AM

what does C: drive property tells. how much space you got..
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April 7, 2010 4:38:11 AM

What do you mean about installing "the files."? Are you not running the CD setup?
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April 12, 2010 12:20:44 AM

used space 13.1 GB
free space 1.52 GB

YES I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO INSTALL FROM THE CD, WHEN I CLICK THE INSTALL ICON KEEPS SAYING NOT ENOUGH SPACED TO DESIGNATED INSTILLATION LOCATION...
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April 12, 2010 2:53:32 AM

So your C drive is only 15 GB? Not enough for today's computing, and you don't even have SP 3.

Do you have any other partitions on the drive?

Clean up your computer:
1-- move data to CD's or DVD's.
2--Uninstall any programs you will never, ever use.
3-- Clear Temp files with TFC (Temp File Cleaner.)
4--Run CCleaner

What's free now?
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