Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by l2p2c2, Aug 17, 2010.
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Same in polish. Offline tool is not working too. Looks like we can't using Office Starter anymore - because of Microsoft.
Support for Office Starter has stopped and the last published version was 14.0.7261.5000.
The Office 2010 Starter Offline Setup Tool 1.4, works and from what i saw still gets working download links.
The problem is with fresh install of Windows 10 32bits, I can not install it in new realeases anymore. And to install in Windows 10 64bits, I have to install Office 2010 Starter before I conect to internet. Because some Windows update cut the compatible of Office 2010 Starter. Does anyone know how to bypass this problem?
Office 2010 Starter is 32bit only so there's no special treatment on what 32 or 64 bit OS you are installing it.
As for the windows update (which i'm sure, never used to anything "bad" to Starter) you can press Pause Updates and install it.
Most users have problem after installation is to run it because it needs usually (both) Click2Run updates mentioned a few posts above.
I installed Office 2010 Starter more than 500 times in my life in this last years, rsrs. I know about the click-to-run update and I continue install it but only in Windows 64 bits fresh installs.
I dare if someone take the last Windows 10 32 bits (20H2) ISO from Microsoft site, make a fresh install of it, install Office 2010 Starter, update the click-to-run, restart, and test the Office.
I tried in many computers but I had no sucess.
I had sucess only using old ISOs of Windows to install and than update the Windows after the install of Office 2010 Starter.
Shall I use the tool then and get an offline version of 14.0.7261.5000?
Cannot check it this weekend but will try it and see what happens next week.
Thanks, I am using Windows 10 Single Language 32 bits 20H2 and Office 2010 Starter 14.0.7261.5000, all in Portuguese Brazil.
Please show me the tread for the tool, because the link at the start of this thread leads to nowhere.
Thank you very much! I will do it the next time I will boot to windows.
Is there a way to get all those urls, like on the second post, so as to have wget download them from me now that I am on linux?
The tool has a get only download links function, so you can copy them all at once on a text file.
Ok then I will use the tool. I guess I have to boot to windows more often
I found the solution at the other thread, and it really is the one you suggest. Thank you too