Fixing error "Language Not Supported" in Microsoft® Office 2010

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    • Mike Gambino

      I have a computers in the office and most of them are windows 7 and they work well. I have it installed on my home computer that is windows 7 pro. Apparently, I was trying to install office pro on my laptop because I needed it for doing a presentation for a school. Apparently, this laptop is running windows vista ultimate. When I tried installing office, it brought me this error. I don't know why it keeps on doing it to me but it works on windows 7. Please tell me why?

      All settings on both computers are the same.


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      ashish.ashish

      I have a computers in the office and most of them are windows 7 and they work well. I have it installed on my home computer that is windows 7 pro. Apparently, I was trying to install office pro on my laptop because I needed it for doing a presentation for a school. Apparently, this laptop is running windows vista ultimate. When I tried installing office, it brought me this error. I don’t know why it keeps on doing it to me but it works on windows 7. Please tell me why?

      All settings on both computers are the same.
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      There is no reason why it won't work on Vista. We can help you appropriately, if you could help us with the error message that you are getting.


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    • manuforti78

      I have come across this error a few times.
      1. re-create dvd from ISO or re-download installation files as there could be a corrupt file. If you extracted the files from a compressed source there is a possiblity that during that process corrupts some install files.
      2. When deploying Office 2010 and pre-caching the Local Installation Source (LIS) first then running the setup from C:MSOCacheAll Users{90140000-0011-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}-Csetup.exe. The actual error returned in the installation log is Return code: 30086. Exception caught: TooManyProducts.

      I only get this error when an Office 2007 application (i.e Vision 2007, Project 2007) is installed before running the Office 2010 installation.

      I use a scripted installation and have found that if you rename/move all folders starting with "{9012" (which indicate the 2007 products) out of "C:MSOCacheAll Users" you can perform the installation of Office 2010 with no error.

      A bit of a round a bout way....but it works.


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