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changed the extension to .docx instead of .doc and all was good. Try again. I would have been screwed otherwise as all 20 pages of this project is due in less than a week. I've can't seem to find a solution except for maybe reinstalling Word 97. his comment is here

From your answer, it appears I am going to have to resave ALL the documents in my computer as there is no way to do a batch conversion back to Word In this post, I’ll list them out here. Then i used bit-defender to remove it when(ESET couldn't). Reply Nik says: June 18, 2010 at 7:24 am Try the following: Open the document using MS Word. http://helpdeskgeek.com/office-tips/word-cannot-start-the-converter-mswrd632-wpc/

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Two have notified me that they would not open. Someone posted something here about changing the extension to docx, I know for a fact these files were created with Word 2003 so I didn't think that would fix it and I did, didn't work either.

Using XP, SP3. It still not work.. THANKS!!!!!!! Word Cannot Start The Converter Mac CJ Goggin says: 6 years ago Reply to smartone & may be adaptable for other users: My Computer > Tools > Folder Options > File Types > New > Advanced File

KSMarko says: 7 years ago I deleted the following regedit key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftShared ToolsText ConvertersImportMSWord6.wpc" and it did not do the trick. Word Cannot Start The Converter Wpft532 It started by deleting the names of my files, and replacing them with squares and other funny symbols. Harriop says: 7 years ago I deleted the MSWord6.wpc, but still get the error. The problem just surfaced on another machine and the only way around it was to rename or delete the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftShared ToolsText ConvertersImportMSWord6.wpc registry key.

The message was Word could not start the converter "MSWORD632. Mswrd632 Wpc Converter Download I have edited the registry, to allowconversions, I have deleted the registry edited as suggested above, I have removed the KB970304 Update, and finally copied the text conver folder from a Monduj1 says: 6 years ago I, too, was experiencing the same error when attempting to open a .doc file with Word from Office 2003. However the issue is if I save the .doc file on my word for mac 2011 and try to open it on my word on my pc i get this error.

  1. I open the file and get just boxes.
  2. rj says: 6 years ago Try renaming your offending .doc file to .docx.
  3. I received a doc in gmail - appeared to be "Word doc".
  4. as Roddy said only same documents not open, other open normally!!
  5. I used: To resolve this issue, an affected user can unregister the mswrd632 converter by editing the registry as follows: Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.

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Select the Wordpad document you wish to open. http://www.yodot.com/doc-repair/word-cannot-start-the-converter-mswrd632-wpc-error.html My name is Aseem Kishore and I work as a Systems Analyst in Dallas, TX. Word Cannot Start The Converter Recovr32 Another forum said to go into registry and delete it. Word 2007 Cannot Start The Converter Wpft532 The solution detailed in Method 1 worked like a treat.

alex says: 5 years ago I just had the error msword632.wpc. this content When it says to have Microsoft fix it, click that icon also. I have XP 2002 and cannot find the text converter file you show in the registry. Attempted to open file. Word Cannot Start The Converter Wpft632

I've deleted this and changed that, been on to the Microsoft "Help" pages, forums etc. Mike [email protected] mariaquea says: 7 years ago I've got a problem with my computer. But i am not able to open old ms-word and excel files. http://isusaa.org/cannot-start/word-cannot-start-the-converter-mswrd632-wpc-cryptolocker.php Following solution is the updated solution which is provided by Microsoft Word Team.

It should then work perfectly fine. Word 2013 Cannot Start The Converter Wpft532 I wasn't exactly sure how to do it..but I followed the instructions. I have delete the following key 00000001 from my computer, but without no luck.

It did not work for me.

Reply Arsalan says: August 6, 2010 at 8:11 pm Sorry it doesn't work….i tried. Reply shuggy says: October 12, 2010 at 10:50 am I can only get so far with your steps. Hiram says: 5 years ago Changed the extension from .doc to .docx and it opened right up. Word 2013 Cannot Start The Converter Recovr32 Help, please.

Is there anything that I could do to my flash disk to have the documents come up without the error. So the word convertor will not be required in this case. Any ideas? check over here When I renamed it, my copy of Word (2003), with the Office 2007 Compatibility Patch applied, opened it with no problem.

Frank says: 5 years ago I had the same problem and could´nt open the file. Chris says: 6 years ago Tried the registry key removal method without success, but then saw Jason's solution and that's what worked for me. Reply Satvinder says: February 14, 2010 at 4:57 am My recovered pics also do not open. I graduated from Emory University in Atlanta, GA in 2002 with a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics.

Reply ?? please help. I tried to open it in IE first, it opened fine but when I tried to print that is when I got the "word cannot start the converter mswrd632". Most likely the file is not a .doc, but somehow is reading as a .doc MS file.

At this point I don't care about the original document that I still can't open.. I suspect I actually just hosed these two files (I pulled the thumb drive off without using its "eject" menu) and this is just the response Word has to files that Missed appointment Is there a word for hangover thirst?