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Outlook xp keeps shutting down

Hi i am using xp and my outlook keeps shutting down due to some dll files. i did dected and repair still same issue. i looked the error and tells me about runnig out memory????

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The first thing I would check is your current disk space on your main drive, C:\ I assume. Many times I get that error when in reality it's the total disk space that is the problem.

If that is not the problem and you have at least a few gigs (if not, hopefully, much more) free still, check what's running. Do you by chance have an add-in to Outlook that is causing an issue? You can check and try to disable your add-ins by going (in your Inbox) to Tools > Options > Other (tab) > Advanced Options > Add In Manager and also COM Add Ins. Look for non-Microsoft add-ins.

You can disable things from here and see if that helps. If you can tell the exact error message that it gives you and/or the DLL file that is causing trouble, that may lead to a more definite solution. You can also try starting Outlook in Safe Mode by going to Start > Run > and type (without quotes) "outlook.exe /safe" and click OK. See if your problem still happens in safe mode and we can troubleshoot more from there if it is not fixed by this point.

Good luck!

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