Resolve Microsoft Office 2010 Service Pack 1 Installation errors

Microsoft has released an update for Office 2010 to help fix issues users may encounter during the installation of Office 2010 Service Pack 1.

This update decreases installation failures for updates installed on Microsoft Office 2010.

Users you may receive the following error message(s) during the SP1 installation process;
– Code 78F Windows Update encountered an unknown error.
– The installation of this packaged failed.
– Error 1935. An error occurred during the installation of assembly component . HRESULT: 0x80131047.

This error may occur if the Windows Installer encounters a reference to a drive that no longer exists, or to a removable media device that contains no readable media. For example, this error may occur when the Windows Installer encounters a reference to an empty DVD or CD drive.

To workaround this issue, insert a readable DVD or CD in your optical drive or connect a USB drive, before you install Office 2010 SP1.

To resolve this issue, Microsoft recommends, before you install Office 2010 suite, download and install the Office 2010 update: 32bit | 64bit

You may also check out this article Answers to 5 most common questions regarding the Office 2010 Service Pack 1 for other issues you may encounter.

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