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I am working on a Windows 7 x64 computer that started with an issue where Word 2007 would not open when clicking on a Word document in My Documents. After trying many fixes I decided to just reinstall Office 2007. When I get about 80% through the installation I get an Error 1935. I have tried all kinds of fixes, repairing and reinstalled .NET Framework, ran System Update readiness tool, and virus scans to no avail. At the same time, every time I run Windows Update now, I keep getting a message that I need to reboot the computer first before I can install any updates.

Please, does anyone have any suggestions?

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I had the same problem and found a workaround. – Dan Dascalescu Jan 28 at 6:07

Some windows installer errors are because of temporary files, go to your temp folder and the one in Windows\Temp and delete all temporary files. Try again.

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