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Clicking outlook express hyperlinks gives not responding message

In Outlook Express e-mails, clicking a hyperlink freezes the page and requires a restart. Several End Now messages involving CcSvcHst and DDE Server appear before shut-down occurs.

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  • pragmatic7 Jan 25, 2009

    similar problem to

    "posted by cunninghamjd on Jan 22, 2009
    In Outlook Express e-mails, clicking a hyperlink freezes the page and requires a restart. "



    Except while there are several End Now messages; I am not sure the are the same as cunninghamjd's.

  • Stephen Wilkins
    Stephen Wilkins May 11, 2010

    ccsvchost is symantec (norton antivirus....) try uninstalling and reinstalling it.... or use avg free

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First download and reinstall Internet Explorer, that has Outlook Express built in. See Internet Explorer: Get It Now.

If that does not work, do system restore to a date before you started having the problem. See System Restore on Windows XP.

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