sam1984

Office 2003 Slipstream with SP3 problem

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hi all,

i try to slipstream new SP3 into office 2003.

all were ok and i installed new office from hard and all seems good.

but when i burn it on CD and try to install it through DVD-ROM it stopped at below dll and said "insert office CD":

Microsoft.Office.Interop.Infopath.SemiTrust.dll

i see some old topic about this problem with sp2 but it didnt work on sp3.

so how can i solve it?

thanks

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same here, except that it stopped at FM20ENU.dll

the file sits on the CD in the Systems folder

what now? :wacko:

Edited by 1337samson
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i have the same problem with dutch and english version

it does work ok when you install from network share of hard disk, but from cd it doesn't work

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same here, except that it stopped at FM20ENU.dll

the file sits on the CD in the Systems folder

what now? :wacko:

Same problem! Office 2003 Pro ITA! :no:

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I have the same problem, it stop at "FM20ENU.dll" from the CD, but if I copy it to my hard-drive it work fine...

French version here, so it seem to affect pretty much everyone!

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I think this issue has been around since before SP3. It is dealing with a certain hotfix for infopath.

Basically there are 2 different workarounds you can find on http://msfn.org or on my site http://siginetsoftware.com/forum

Sorry I don't have time to find them for you.

But basically one work around is make sure you have dotnet installed on the computer before you install office2k3. The other workaround you have to use orca.exe to modify the msi file so that dotnet is no longer needed.

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Can you explain why it does work ok when you install from network share or hard disk?

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Solution for me with french version

open pro11.msi with Orca delete all entry with FM20ENU.DLL_1033 (2 entry in table file and Components)

and delete in table FeatureComponents (Productfiles - Global_Forms_CoreIntl_1033)

Save and Ok

Edited by zorro1
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Solution for me with french version

open pro11.msi with Orca delete all entry with FM20ENU.DLL_1033 (2 entry in table file and Components)

and delete in table FeatureComponents (Productfiles - Global_Forms_CoreIntl_1033)

Save and Ok

Work also for me (Office 2003 Pro ITA)! :thumbup

Thanks zorro1!

That's very boring anyway.... also, I can't slipstream KB936677 (Update for Outlook 2003 Junk Email Filter), I always receive an error.... :angry:

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i did it and work on office 2003 english.but during install it asked for installation serial.

thanks Zorro1

Edited by sam1984
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I'm trying to create a batch file that can modify the PRO11.msi file with zorro1's modifications. With Orca I created a .mst file with the 3 changes, but it doesn't work.... I used this line (found here on MSFN):

msiexec /i C:\Office11\PRO11.msi TRANSFORMS=C:\Office11\PRO11.mst

Somebody can help me???? :unsure:

This is the complete batch file:

@echo off
mkdir %systemdrive%\OfficeTemp
echo Integrazione Service Pack 3....
start /wait office2003SP3.exe /q /t:C:\OfficeTemp /c
msiexec /p C:\OfficeTemp\MAINSP3.msp /a C:\Office11\PRO11.msi shortfilenames=true /qb
msiexec /p C:\OfficeTemp\OWC11SP3.msp /a C:\Office11\OWC11.msi shortfilenames=true /qb
del /q %systemdrive%\OfficeTemp
echo Integrazione completata con successo!
echo.

Thanks!

Edited by puntoMX
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