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Hi, I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate & MS Office Outlook 2007.
Outlook was running error free for quite an year. Three days ago I sync'd my mobile data with Outlook & backed up on it. I used to do it quite often
but since last time my Outlook has started crashing everytime I open it even when the mobile is not connected. As soon as I open Outlook, it closes
with an error message "Microsoft Office Outlook has stopped working. A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the
program and notify you if a solution is available."
No other application is giving any problem.
I have tried:
Microsoft Office Diagnostics (Setup Diagnostic, Disk Diagnostic, Memory Diagnostic, Update Diagnostic, Compatibility Diagnostic)
Scan and repair corrupted Outlook data files through scanpst.exe
Deleted all Calendar, Contacts & ToDo items that were sync'd.
The Recovery Manager is also showing only two reset points but not showing that date or prior to problem version to rollback.
I was having the same problem with Outlook 2007 on my Laptop, looked for all the possible resolutions but no Clue..
Then I tried to check the addins I was using in Outlook 2007, I found that after disabling the unnecessary addins from Regsitry I am able to use outlook 2007 without any issues.
For Disabling the outlook addisn you have to go to:
Start> Run> Type Regedit> Hit Entre> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>SOFTWARE>MICROSOFT>OFFICE> OUTLOOK>ADDINS there you will find all the Addins, Please right click on the onw which is not required to go to modify & change the value to 0.
It will disable the Addins from Registry. we can enable the Addin when ever required.
Close & re launch your Outlook.
Hope this will help you in resolving the issue related to the outlook crashing.
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