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I know this is an old topic, however, anyone with an older computer may still access it...
If you have MS Office 2003 installed, DO NOT delete the file OPA11.bak, otherwise you will break your installation of Office.
If you have done this and your copy of Office 2013 won't work anymore, you can easily fix it.
1. The error message you receive when you try to start an Office program will give you the location where the missing OPA11.bak file should be. Use Explorer to open a window to the folder noted in the error message. You will need to make hidden files and folders visible, if they aren't already.
2. In a second Explorer window search the C: drive for the file OPA11.dat. When it shows up in the search results, right-click it and select Copy.
3. Now choose the window you opened in Step 1, right-click in the window and choose Paste.
4. Right-click the file that you pasted in Step 3 and choose Rename. Rename it from OPA11.dat to OPA11.bak.
That should fix the problem.
Edited by WileEDingo, 04 February 2015 - 03:59 PM.
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