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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by might, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. might

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    i have a external hard drive ...put office 2003 on it ....put if i do not
    switch it on the second drive keep ...geting..... windows installer try in
    start office 2003.
    how can i stop this
     
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  3. ChrisM

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    "might" <might@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:D58E9564-5EC4-4762-A2C7-E31A0C0A8DD0@microsoft.com...
    > i have a external hard drive ...put office 2003 on it ....put if i do not
    > switch it on the second drive keep ...geting..... windows installer try in
    > start office 2003.
    > how can i stop this


    Wrong newsgroup really for this question. This is for questions regarding
    the USE of Access.
    However, Office installs a bunch of stuff that by default starts-up when the
    computer does.
    Not exactly sure where you turn it all off, but you could look in
    ProgramFiles -> Startup, in Office Setup, and in the startup section of the
    Registry

    Hopefully, someone will be able to suggest a better NG for this question.

    Cheers,

    Chris.
     
  4. Brendan Reynolds

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    There's a utility you can use to view and optionally disable programs that
    are started automatically. Click the Windows 'Start' button, choose 'Run'
    and enter 'msconfig'. In the resulting 'System Configuration Utility'
    dialog, choose the 'Startup' tab.

    You'll probably find an item in that list called 'Office Startup'. You can
    try un-checking it. That may resolve your problem. However, I can't say what
    that will do to the normal behaviour of Office when you do want to use
    Office. You might want to ask in the Office Setup newsgroup
    (microsoft.public.office.setup) about that. You'll find it using the
    web-based interface at the following URL ...

    http://support.microsoft.com/newsgr...S&dg=microsoft.public.office.setup&sloc=en-us

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    Brendan Reynolds
    Access MVP

    "might" <might@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:D58E9564-5EC4-4762-A2C7-E31A0C0A8DD0@microsoft.com...
    > i have a external hard drive ...put office 2003 on it ....put if i do not
    > switch it on the second drive keep ...geting..... windows installer try in
    > start office 2003.
    > how can i stop this
     
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