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    Describes the error message that you receive when you try to install Office 2007, Office 2003, Office XP, or Office 2000. You can re-register Windows Installer or reinstall Windows Installer to resolve this problem.
    Resolves a problem in which you may be unable to download a file from the Internet by using Windows Internet Explorer 7. This problem occurs if you are using Japanese IME as the default keyboard layout in Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP.
    Provides steps to fix a "cannot be opened" error you may get with Office Starter 2010.
    On a computer that runs one of the versions of Windows that is listed at the beginning of this article, if you map a drive to a network share, the mapped drive may be disconnected after a regular interval of inactivity, and Windows Explorer may display...
    Contains troubleshooting information for a problem in which the Security Center service can't be started.
    Describes how the sensitivities settings can be adjusted for joysticks. If you are having trouble controlling your aircraft by using a joystick, these settings may have to be adjusted.
    Describles a problem in which certain characters in a file name may be converted to underscores when you try to download the file by using Windows Internet Explorer 7.
    Microsoft has identified an issue with how server connection failures can affect proxy server use by the web browser. In a corporate network this can manifest itself to users as a 'Page Cannot be Displayed' error message. Microsoft is investigating the...
    Fixes an issue in which DVDs cannot be read in Windows 7 or in Windows Server 2008 R2. This issue occurs when you burn the DVD on an XP-based computer but do not finalize the DVD.
    Fixes the error "The folder you entered does not appear to be valid. Please choose another" when you use "Add a network connection" to connect to a nested WebDAV subfolder in Windows 7 or in Windows Server 2008 R2.

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