Microsoft® Office® 2003 Installation Problems
Get to know more about different problems that occur during the installation of Microsoft Office 2003
Microsoft Office 2003 is an office suite product from Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft Office 2003 is provided with inter-related and useful desktop applications, servers and services. These desktop applications and other productivity features are compatible with Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. Microsoft Office 2003 consists of many application programs like Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Microsoft PowerPoint. Office 2010 is a recent release of Office applications from Microsoft. Microsoft Office 2003 is featured with the new Office logo and two new applications: the InfoPath and OneNote. Microsoft Office 2003, with Windows XP style icons and colors, is focused on the NT-based versions of Windows and is not to be employed in Windows 98 or Windows ME.
Here are the different problems that occur during installation of Microsoft Office 2003 and tips to resolve such problems:
- Problems in OSE.exe
- Causes of Microsoft Office 2003 Source Problems
- Tips to Resolve
Problems in OSE.exe
The OSE.exe is the Office Source or office source engine which acts as the system service part of Microsoft Office software. The Office source is the essential component for Microsoft Office application installations which facilitate the operation of additional on-demand features, installs updates and reinstalls or repairs of MS Office software. The error 25090, error 1648, error 80070643, error 913420, and error 0---80070643 are major Office source problems that occur while installing Microsoft Office 2003.
Causes of Microsoft Office 2003 Source Problems
The common reasons for problems that occur during instillation of Microsoft Office 2003 are: incorrect installation, bugs and viruses. The Office source problems also occur due to the presence of setup files of previously removed Office applications. The missing, disabled or corrupted Office source engine due to the attack of Trojans, bugs, and other viruses prevent installation and updation of Microsoft Office 2003. The invalid office source file location and the misplaced Office Source Engine, i.e., wrong intended path are other reasons for Microsoft Office 2003 source problems.
First of all check the installer CD whether it is damaged or not and turn off the CD auto play feature. You should turn off the enhanced BIOS settings to make your system more stable. To prevent certain issues, you have to update the outdated or incompatible software installed in the system. You can use the Custom Maintenance Wizard in Microsoft Office 2003 Resource kit to prevent certain Office source problems which prevent you from installing Microsoft Office 2003 in your computer.