Office 2007 install need help

Discussion in 'Application Software' started by notslow, Apr 7, 2010.

  1. notslow

    notslow MDL Novice

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    Hi everyone,
    Last year I installed a copy of enterprise, then did the OGAcheck which showed as invalid, bad VLK. I installed a cracked ogacheckcontrol.dll and all is good.

    Now I want to install on a new system and I am reading that this won't work anymore due to new OGA updates.

    Can anyone send me in the right direction for a good VLK? to avoid these issues?

    Also, does anyone have the hash info for Office Enterprise? I want to be sure I have a good copy. Or a link to a good copy :)

    I want to be able to download template so I need to be validated.

    Thanks!
     
  2. RCOO

    RCOO MDL Senior Member

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    If you install Ultimate you can use the mso.dll crack.
    It's simple, effective and bulletproof.
     
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  3. iamanoob

    iamanoob MDL Senior Member

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    When i install Enterprise.. i have never had to activate ..
    i use a Keygen.. for installation and have no problems..

    if you need a link for Enterprise or the Keygen..
    send me a PM ..

    WAREZ are not allowed on Forum :(
     
  4. notslow

    notslow MDL Novice

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    Sounds good to me. Is there any downside to this? Is there a tutorial around here?

    Thanks, Will
     
  5. RCOO

    RCOO MDL Senior Member

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    No downside at all.
    Been using this for, at least, a year and a half. You simply install Office 07 Ultimate, then update it to SP2. Then you replace the mso.dll by the modded version and use 0's on the activation by phone screen that will appear once you open an office application. It will then be activated.
    You'll need more details I guess. When you install the Ultimate version, PM me.
     
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  6. blackranger

    blackranger MDL Senior Member

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    Notslow, actually we have a tutorial about Office 2010 activation and you need not to use Office 2007 anymore. Click HERE to view it.

    Note that the rtm version of office 2010 can be rearmed for unlimited time.
     
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  7. acyuta

    acyuta MDL Expert

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    For office 2007 enterprise alongwith key (downloaded from a reputed sharing source with the name from a Schwarznegger movie), I have found one solution that works after installing all updates.
    Go to each program.
    Thus for word, open word, click on windows icon at left top, click on word options, click on add ins, at the bottom, there is manage, click on com addins, untick genuine advantage. No more nags at startup.
    This has worked for me all the time.
     
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  8. Smorgan

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    #8 Smorgan, Apr 8, 2010
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    Yes I like office 2010 but if the man wants to stick with 2007 then its up to him lol...
    Yea I might have automated the office 2010 thing but you can't force people to use programs...
    My advice is to wait a week on office 2010 or however long you want...
    And secondly of all we're trying to help him and not make more problems...
    Use the mso.dll crack cause I'm confident that it will work...
     
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  9. acyuta

    acyuta MDL Expert

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    I agree with smorgan. The thread opener has 3 options:
    1. keep with office 2007 and work with a solution as mentioned.
    2. download office 2010 beta (it is free, but with expiry in Oct).
    3. keep track of office 2010 rtm and activation tools.

    I was with office 2007 till feb, on 2010 beta since then, but waiting for office 2010 rtm with activation. Probably, as of now, office 2010 beta is the best option for unenterprising people like me.
     
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  10. notslow

    notslow MDL Novice

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    I would like to stick with 2007 as it works fine for me, I don't want any problem syncing my PDA/phone to outlook.
    I prefer to upgrade after software has been around for a long time and has the bugs well worked out, especially micro$oftware :) I just moved to W7.
    I'm going to use the mso.dll crack.

    "name from a Schwarznegger movie"??? This went right over my head. Maybe a quote from said movie would jog my memory :)
     
  11. acyuta

    acyuta MDL Expert

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    Have you checked your PM?
    Even if you have not, there are many original office 2007 available with serials that work. OGA can be taken care of by the above methods. Why not try office 2010 rtm here on this forum or if you wish, download office 2010 beta for free. `I'll be back'.
     
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  12. blackranger

    blackranger MDL Senior Member

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    Okay if Office 2007 is fine for you why don't download an activated enterprise version from h33t.com?
    sorry for that I cannot post a torrent here.
    I use that office 2007 from h33t before, it is FULLY activated.
    But you may have to change the company name because when I run the setup, it automatically install w/o asking me install or customize...
    Find "grizli777" in regedit and change all the names you find (F3 to find the next)
    Then you can update your office.
     
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  13. notslow

    notslow MDL Novice

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    Is there a reason using enterprise the way you suggest would be better than ultimate with the mso.dll crack?
     
  14. Smorgan

    Smorgan Glitcher

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    The reason office 2007 Enterprise is better is because it has Groove and One note which are not included in Ultimate. How do I know this I looked it up with a previous thread ahhh gotta love wikipedia...
     
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  15. notslow

    notslow MDL Novice

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    #15 notslow, Apr 9, 2010
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    I just checked the office website and it shows that Ultimate does have those, Professional doesn't.
     
  16. notslow

    notslow MDL Novice

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    It shows Professional as missing One note and Groove. Ultimate has everything but Communicator.
     
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    notslow MDL Novice

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    #18 notslow, Apr 9, 2010
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    Does anyone know where I can get the hash info for Office? I want to be sure I install a clean copy. So 2010 is being released soon? Is it really that much better than 2007? I'm primarily an Outlook user.
     
  18. Smorgan

    Smorgan Glitcher

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    I don't know about the hash for Office 2007 but I can anser the office 2010 release info. Office 2010 is on Release candidate stages I would think it would be out in the next few weeks for corporate people. However for the consumer expect there to be a leak of it in the next 2 weeks via WZOR. Yes Office 2010 is better because the start time is improved as well as the interface which is easier to use over all. For you there won't be that much of a change when you switch to office 2010 it will only be a win win for everyone...
     
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