FIXED: Error 0x8007000D when activating Office 2010

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You installed MS Office 2010 and activated it successfully. After some time it behaved erratically so you decided to uninstall it then reinstall later to correct the faulty behavior of MS Office 2010. This is an acceptable practice and in fact, the very fist thing that you can try to troubleshoot the software issue. However, in some cases, this can cause another problem to surface.

MS Office 2010 Activation Fix

When you try to activate your copy of MS Office 2010 and suddenly you are getting the error message "An unspecified error has occurred. Your request cannot be processed at this time. (0x8007000D)", here are the steps to correct the problem:

Step 1: Download Subinacl from the link below:

Step 2: Locate the downloaded file and then double click on it to run and install the Subinacl.msi file into the C drive. (Should be the default install location when you run the file)

Step 3: Once you have installed this successfully, click on the link below to download the fix file in a BAT format. If the link won't allow you to download the file but show the contents of the file instead, right click on the link and then click Save Target As / Save Link As to download it:

Download Activation Fix Here

Step 4: After downloading, go to the folder or location where you downloaded the batch file. Right click on the file and click “Run as administrator”.

Step 5: When prompted, click Yes or Continue to proceed. If using Windows XP then you can run the file normally while logged in as an administrator user or when your user account is part of the Administrator group.

Step 6: Once done, you shall be notified by the black Command Prompt window that says “Press any key to continue”. Press any key in your keyboard and the window will close.

Step 7: Then try activating your MS Office 2010 again and it shall work this time.

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