Question about Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC
Every time i log in it gos back to the other user and it says u have 2 be logged in 2 do that.
Try to clear ur broswer history.......and try dis also..
if u r using IE
then go to
TOOLS>INTERNET OPTIONS>CONTENT .......u will find here "AUTO COMPLETE" .....click on its "SETTINGS" uncheck every check box .....and click apply and then ok
now try again to log in ........but dnt forget to clear your browing history ....cookies etc......
i hope this solves ur problem......reply if it does....bbye
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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1. Click the Start button, point to Settings, click Control Panel, and then double-click Services.
2. Select the Event Log service and click Start up. Change the Start up Type to Disabled, and then click OK. If you are unable to log on to the computer but can access the registry remotely, you can change the Start up value in the following registry key to 0x4:
3. Restart Windows.
NOTE: When the system starts up, several services may fail; a message informing the user to use Event Viewer to review errors may appear.
4. Rename or move the corrupt *.evt file from the following location:
5. In Control Panel Services tool, re-enable the Event Log service by setting it back to the default of Automatic start up, or change the registry Start up value back to 0x2.
FAT partition (Alternative method)
1. Boot to a MS-DOS prompt using a DOS bootable disk.
2. Rename or move the corrupt *.evt file from the following location:
3. Remove the disk and restart Windows.
When Windows is restarted, the Event Log file will be recreated.
hope this helps
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