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I am running XP pro with office XP and I want to distribute a runtime version of access database for folks with no access. Purchased Developer and finally installed it as initally it threw up a flash screen and wouldn't go any further till I found a folder on the CD and installed from there. Now I have built the package but it wont install as I get the message "The Office System Pack cannot be installed on this system because it requires Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 6 or later"... but I'm trying to install it on XP pro help.
Am I using the packaging system wrong or have I installed Developer incorrectly. either way I need some help so I know what to do
Apr 26 '06 #1
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in office 2003 there is foder name FILES open that foder then click on another folder name ACCRT in this folder two files are placed.onw is .ZIP file and another is installer file.these two files provide the runtime environment for MS.ACCESS
try that.

if u help me for this question i m very thank full to u.
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