Windows 10: Microsoft Office 2010 (KB3114412) 32-Bit Edition - Error 0x80070643
Microsoft Office 2010 (KB3114412) 32-Bit Edition - Error 0x80070643
I cant this update for days:
Definition Update for Microsoft Office 2010 (KB3114412) 32-Bit Edition - Error 0x80070643
It fails every time. What can I do?
Solved: Microsoft Office 2010 (KB3114412) 32-Bit Edition - Error 0x800
I have found the solution to this problem in a different thread
" Paul L Jakubowski replied on
This update is for the junk mail filter for Outlook. If you do not have Outlook installed, the update will fail and continue to bug you. The only way I could get it to go away was to install Outlook, run the update again, and then uninstall Outlook.
Installing Outlook is easy to do. Just go to Microsoft Office in Settings > System > Apps and choose Modify Microsoft Office. Then, select Outlook and change it to run from the hard drive. Same in reverse to uninstall it later.
You would think that whoever coded this update would have included a check to see if Outlook was even installed before offering to "update" it. Guess it fell through the cracks... "
Note: Mine and others is Outlook Templates to be specific
Updated to Win 10- received 2010 single image error- uninstalled Office 2010 with Fixit utility off of MS website,
Single Image error code- no longer a problem.
Tried to reinstall Office 2010 from CD- error code 1935.
I just installed Office 2010 on my Windows 10 machine.
Many/most of the pages of MS Word 2010 Help (Down Arrow to Right of Search/Content from this computer/Word Help) displays the irritating message:
This webpage might not be displayed...
I have Win 7 installed on my laptop and use MS Office Starter 2010 for simple word processing.
It will disappear when I upgrade to Windows 10 (which is currently downloading).
Would anyone using OpenOffice or LibreOffice confirm their...
I think this comment is allowed - there is an NDA but I think this is OK. The latest update installs OFFICE 2016 just fine and works OK. Office 2010 is left untouched so you can run BOTH concurrently.
OUTLOOK 2016 though uses the same...