NOTE: The Msinfo32.exe file is not replaced by a reinstall/repair operation. Also, the Windows Installer does not automatically replace this file.
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
If the System Files Update Was Installed by Office XP
If the System Files Update was installed by Office XP, follow these steps to replace Msinfo32.exe:
Quit all Office programs.
In Control Panel, double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon.
In the Add/Remove Programs Properties dialog box, double-click the entry for the System Files Update.
In the Maintenance Mode Options dialog box, select the Repair System Files Update option, and then click Next.
In the Reinstall or Repair System Files Update Installation dialog box, select the Reinstall System Files Update option, and then click Install.
Click OK when the installation is finished.
Click Yes if you are prompted to restart your computer. The Msinfo32.exe file will be copied to your hard disk during the reinstallation process.
If the System Files Update Was Not Installed by Office XP
On some computers, the System Files Update is not installed during the installation of Office XP. For example, if your computer has Office 2000 SR-1 installed when you upgrade to Office XP, the System Files Update probably will not be installed.
In this situation, a reinstall/repair of Office does not replace the missing Msinfo32.exe file. Therefore, you must manually replace it. To do this, follow these steps:
On the Office XP CD-ROM, locate the following folder:
Double-click Osp1.cab.NOTE: Msinfo32.exe is located in the following folder if you are using an administrative installation of Office XP: