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Note: The content in the left pane is determined by the Outlook version you're using. but it's ok, it just takes time to.So far it's working fine. You can run the Inbox Repair Tool (scanpst.exe) to scan your Outlook data files and repair errors. Just start brand new. :-/ although I hope I didn't have to come to that. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/914231/when-i-tried-to-open-device-manager-or-the-computer-management-window,-i-received-an-error-message-mmc-cannot-open-the-file-c-windows-system32-devmgmt.msc

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It sounds like it might be helpful to connect you to one of our agents. Choose Start > Run. In the Choose Profiles dialog box, accept the default setting of Outlook and choose OK. Loading...

I want to install it in D:\ drive with my Win 8.1 on C:\ preinstalled.ASUS S56CIntel Core i7 3537UEFI includednVidia GeForce GT740M1 TB HDD; 24 GB SSD myoffive said: Hi Jonmor68!I Today, I'm not so lucky.I'm using my other built right now coz I have to work. Ask ! https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/873419/-windows-cannot-open-this-program-because-it-has-been-prevented-by-a-software-restriction-policy-error-message-when-a-user-tries-to-open-a-file-in-windows-server-2003 Repair your Outlook data files Outlook stores all your email messages, meetings and events, contacts, and tasks in data files.

Accept Read More Remind me later Review A privacy reminder from YouTube, a Google company Skip navigation GBSign inSearch Loading... I shut it down, hit F8 and the windows started up to the last configuration when it was good.Since I can't narrow it down to what it could have been (perhaps If Outlook is running in compatibility mode, you can turn that off and see if it fixes the problem. Select the check box next to an add-in you want to re-enable, and then choose OK.

  1. I cannot think of anything that caused the problem, unless it happened when I downloaded Firefox browser for a short test and deleted it a day later.
  2. JaepaygAug 5, 2012, 3:09 PM Hey just had this problem, went it bis reset to defaults, then changed all sata to IDE ode an wah lah it worked...
  3. They then went into Outlook and made Explorer the default program and it now seems ok.
  4. Use a different profile Restart Outlook In the drop-down list in the Choose Profile dialog box, choose the new profile name you created.
  5. For a while there, it loaded soooo slow when it shouldn't.I ran the Auslogics Disk Doctor and it says errors were found on my C: drive.
  6. All we do is scan it clean, Install Windows and then move the wanted files over.After you get what you want you can delete the entire folder so it doesn't take
  7. Until I saw this post the other day.So I would just like to thank you, jimmysmitty.:wahoo: junadeDec 14, 2013, 5:22 AM myoffive said: I hate it when this happens and so
  8. None of these choices worked.
  9. Disable add-ins In the upper-left corner of Outlook, choose File > Options > Add-ins.

Additional resources Install Install Admin Training Was this information helpful? https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2669244/-windows-cannot-access-the-specified-device,-path,-or-file-error-when-you-try-to-install,-update-or-start-a-program-or-file Starting Outlook in safe mode, which starts Outlook without add-ins loaded, can tell you if an add-in is the problem. Your cache administrator is webmaster. Note: For Windows 10, in Control Panel, make sure the View by box in the upper-right corner is set to Category.

This includes the entire old C:\ from the previous install including Program Files, Windows folder and User folder.What you need to do is get into your BIOS (or if you have After you've captured the titles of the selected add-ins, clear all selected check boxes, and then choose OK. itech tips 5,383 views 2:51 Cant open exe files Fixed!! The way I described would save your files while allowing you to do a clean install.

If you have a previous install of Windows on the HDD (be it XP, Vista or 7) and start the new install it will actually do whats called a Old Files Loading... Chat with an Office support agent × Learn Windows Office Skype Outlook OneDrive MSN Devices Microsoft Surface Xbox PC and laptops Microsoft Lumia Microsoft Band Microsoft HoloLens Microsoft Store View account More about the author Just start brand new. :-/ although I hope I didn't have to come to that.

For this troubleshooting exercise, you want to disable, not delete, an add-in. Make sure you go through the restart-disable-restart process for every add-in that was originally enabled in Outlook. Learn more You're viewing YouTube in English (United Kingdom).

I deleted it because I already got all the files I needed.

Please consider donating via Paypal. If you set Chrome as default browser, then uninstall it, you get that error with email links - as you found, the fix is to set IE back as your default Have the Windows 7 install disk in the drive and boot to it. If you have a previous install of Windows on the HDD (be it XP, Vista or 7) and start the new install it will actually do whats called a Old Files

In the Open box, type Outlook.exe /resetnavpane, and then choose OK. Cannot open the Outlook Window” I can’t start Microsoft Outlook 2016, 2013, or 2010 or receive the error “Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook. Repeat all steps until you've re-enabled all of the original add-ins and revealed the source of the error. You can determine if it's corrupt by creating a new profile and changing which profile is used when Outlook starts.

Language: English (UK) Content location: United Kingdom Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... Get the answer Jonmor68Aug 18, 2010, 9:11 AM If the start up repair won't work, you have little choice. So my computer wont run Windows properly it always starts up with Windows Repair but that dosent fix it and I tried booting it solved Changed hardware; windows failed to start. Working...

Tried both and neither one of them would bring up system restore.