If then also you have any further questions then let us know about it. Here is a screen shot of whats going on. Hi From your last replay i can see that your issue is solved now. It actually gets kind of depressing. I tried it from the official site. They must be recompiled to support the 64-bit version using the original source database which may not always be available. This thread is still open.
Trying to manually start setup64. This is true, and, is documented in TechNet library, for the last 2 or 3 releases of Office. Browse other questions tagged or. I made this test using Office 365 pro plus. It requires you to enter a lic. The version of this file is not compatible with the version of windows you are running. Hi All, I managed to fix this.
Few days ago, I installed 32 bit Microsoft Office and Microsoft Visio 2010. If you receive an error message or encounter a problem, visit for troubleshooting information and how to contact Microsoft Product Support. Mostly they were sent to anyone upgrading from a previous 32-bit Windows. So if you are for instance also using Visio or Project, you also need to install the 64-bit version of these applications. But when I looked, Visio was installed. This iso file contains both setup32. Edit: The installer had no error message, not anything, just simply wouldn't load period.
It would be great to either see a fix, or at least an officially documented workaround to the problems at hand. In this video I demonstrate how to locate and remove the old 32-bit files so the 64-bit version of Office can be installed. I am not a Mac guy so I can't tell you if there is any issue running publisher in one of them, but I haven't heard of anything. For most users, this is not recommended. This is getting us nowhere.
Is it as simple as maybe the iso's are labeled incorrectly? For an add-in to work with the 64-bit version of Office, it needs to be recompiled by the developer specifically for the 64-bit version of Office. This is one of those no-solution stupid responses on this forum. For list of qualifying products, visit and read the column on the page called Qualifying Products for Upgrade. I was under the potentially erroneous, I admit assumption I could install Visio 2016 stand-alone. Also worth noting it is always advisable to install 32 bit Office - there are a lot more bugs and incompatibility errors in the 64 bit version. At least now you know what your looking for. This can be beneficial to other community members reading this thread.
I've installed maybe 50 programs, both 32-bit and 64-bit, on this new Win 7 computer, without problems. Most, if not all, new computers with Windows 8. It starts without offering the choice of 32- or 64-bit. It is light and easier to use in my mind none of the clutter. This can be beneficial to other community members reading this thread. So… Should I use the 64-bit version or not? When it comes to Outlook, using the 64-bit version of Outlook does not have any direct benefits. The problem I found was Windows 10.
Please mark the solution as answer provided by me. Have you tried using the install media? I have Office 2016 Plus 64bit installed and cannot proceed with Visio 2016 installation, as the setup. But when I looked, Visio was installed. The company also keeps these. I find that you did not follow up this thread after posting the issue. Thanks everyone on this thread. I cannot install the 64-bit version on my Windows 7 machine.
I've downloaded the 32-bit version of the component above but when I try to install it fails because apparently I have a 64-bit Office product installed see screenshot. Here is the installed programs on my comp. Reformatted and recreated the partitions as I installed the 32 bit win 7. Either way, it does not matter, as I will then have to work around other problems with the individual setup programs setup32. This will download the installer that you can then run to get everything installed, including OneDrive for Business and Skype for Business.
Where did you get the download? Please contact your System administrator. I was advised to do. It also won't stop, unless you force it to do in taskmanager. They have to be made aware that they can also expect a 64-bit version of Office and of course be compatible with it. How did you uninstall Visio? Thanks to reader for pointing this out. If you close the Office 365 app and re-open it, the splash screen will go back to showing Office 365. I think it is a Windows Bug, the problem has to do something with the test version of Microsoft Office 2010.
Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. Any idea how to get resolved. Activated as per the prompts in Word I hope that this helps others out. The 64-bit version of Office also offers a security benefit as it always has enabled although this can be enabled for the 32-bit version as well. I had Office 2007 installed on my old Dell 32 bit machine. Maybe with Win 8 the options in programs and features are a little different. In this video I am using TeamViewer to remotely control a client's computer to remove 32-bit Office 15, for a 64-bit Office Professional Plus 2013.