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So I had to suddenly end the install process of office 2010. I clicked "Cancel" and let it undo or whatever for about 20 minutes, and when the bar didn't move whatsoever, I just ended the process in task manager.

I restarted my computer, put the disc back in and ran it. Whenever I uninstall, I get this message:

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If I'm installing:

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I have restarted my computer many times, it's not that.

Also, someone in the comments told me to paste the log file here, however I can't find it in any of the places I think they would be... Program files, etc... If someone would tell me where they are I'll post a link to them.

They said to check in my user file, however I just did and didn't see anything (This is my user file)

If I open a word document (.docx), this comes up for MAYBE 1/10th of a second, then goes away:

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inside the temp folder you should have Log files from the setup. Zip and upload them. – magicandre1981 Jul 27 '13 at 5:36
    
What temp folder? – Frank Jul 27 '13 at 6:27
    
the one under the user account folder. – magicandre1981 Jul 27 '13 at 18:37
    
This is my user account folder: i.imgur.com/aCRAaKN.png – Frank Jul 27 '13 at 23:45
    
the temp folder is under AppData\local – magicandre1981 Jul 28 '13 at 7:26
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I think @magicandre1981 refers to temporary folder of your User, open the run box ( + R) and type %temp%. Done that, delete the temporary files and try again to uninstall.

If you still can not uninstall, you can use the steps in this article from Microsoft.

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The fixit thing worked, thanks – Frank Jul 28 '13 at 17:40

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