Gotta new Dell Precision 490 came with XP Pro and google toolbar. Loaded Outlook 2007 standard with exchange that worked fine on onlder system. and works on my other Precision 490. Outlook will not exit. Could symantec antivirus do it somehow? works on my other systems.
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Re: Outlook 2007 wont exit
Open Task Manager (pressing Ctrl, Alt, and Delete together) and from the Applications tab select Outlook and press the button at the bottom "End Process". If that doesn't kill the application, what happens when you restart your PC?
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led 4 is means The computer is in a normal off condition; the computer is connected to an electrical outlet https://www.manualslib.com/manual/36893/Dell-Precision-Dcd0.html?page=35#manual
1 and 3 illuminate for Memory modules are detected, but a memory configuration or compatibility error exists.
• Ensure that no special memory module/memory connector placement requirements exist. • Verify that the memory modules that you are installing are compatible with your computer. • Reinstall the memory modules and restart the computer. • If the problem persists, contact Dell. (if have warranty)
But you can install and check one module at a time. if not compatible each other may not display.
Refresh all the connection on your motherboard like ATX power supply, HDD and CD/DVD ROM cables, and specially the RAM. You may have to clean the RAM as shown in the image below. then hopefully your computer will return to normal. Hope this helps.
Load Outlook in its safe mode ("outlook.exe /safe"). This ensures: - No plug-ins get loaded that might touch the item. - Loading Outlook in offline mode means it won't touch the stuck item. Delete the stuck item in the Outbox folder. Put Outlook in online mode (File -> Work Offline: disable). If you restarted Outlook in its safe mode, exit and restart Outlook for normal operation.
If it's Outlook Express, in OE Tools>Options> Maint tab "store folders" note the location. Go to this location and find the outbox. Delete the .dbx file that goes with it. It will recreate itself on restarting OE.
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I figured out how to ghost a Dell Precision 490 with a 32 bit Windows XP Image! Like you I had the same problem where it would constantly reboot after I imaged it with an existing 490 image. The answer is actually very simple. Boot up your Precision 490 and hit F2 to enter the bios. Select Drives and then SATA Operation, change it to "Raid Autodetect / ATA". Reboot the 490 and re image the machine, it will now work!