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Re: Dell dimension 8400
Software errors can be caused by a variety of problems. Depending on your Operating System (Windows 200, XP, Vista) you should troubleshoot different things...can you copy down and post here some of the error messages/numbers?
However, it sounds like you may need to reinstall Outlook. Back up any .OST or .PST files (search for them on your hard drive) and uninstall/reinstall Outlook.
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First of all you have to identify the blue screen error code. Blue screen errors normally occurs due to infected windows files. You need to scan PC to remove malwares, junk and virus. Also update the drivers that control your PC.
To fix this problem instantly use system optimization tool like Reginout.
This might be caused by hard-drive failure. You should run hard drive test from BIOS to make sure hard drive is ok. You can access BIOS by pressing F2 during start up, from there start hard disk self test and wait for it to complete.
If hard drive is ok after test, insert in your original Windows installation media and reinstall OS.
That's a well-discussed situation if you'd searched for answers much. Answers vary from reinstalling Outlook binaries to running cleanup utilities on the Outlook configuration files, mail archives, address archives, etc. depending on what BSOD you got (seriously, nothing but blue on the screen, no text?)
Backup your outlook address and startup files, and your data if you don't already back it up; then follow the instructions MSDN.com offer for Outlook Express initialization failing/hanging. That will produce a nicer result than just deleting your outlook.ini file. Microsoft like to make it do everything, but the cost is that there are now all these maintenance tools despite the fact that it's the Express (as in condensed) version.