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To resolve this problem, use the following steps. On the Start menu click Run. In the Run dialog box, type the following command:
Note: There is a space between "Outlook.exe" and "/resetnavpane" Click OK. Note If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7, you may not see Run on the Start menu. In this situation, use the following steps to locate the Run option. On the Start menu click All Programs. Click Accessories. Click Run.
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.
There are a few simple steps you can take to keep your Outlook running smoothly. If your Outlook is slow and unstable, it can put a serious drain on your productivity and even elevate the stress level. So take a few moments to get it shape.
1. Keep your PSTs at a reasonable size With Outlook 2003 and 2007 you can create “new style” PST files which do not have the old 2GB limit. However, for best performance, we still recommend keeping your PST files relatively small and not letting them grow too much above 1GB.
2. Disable Add-ins you are not using
3. Compact your PST files
4. Enable Cached Exchange Mode If you are using an Exchange-based mail account, enabling Cached Exchange Mode will likely improve Outlook responsiveness.
6. Keep an eye on your Desktop Search Indexers Using products such as Windows Desktop Search and Google Desktop Search is a great way to be able to quickly find email messages
7. Keep your computer up to date with patches and Service Packs
8. Reset Outlook cache files
9. Disable RSS feeds in Outlook •Open “Tools->Options->Other->Advanced Options” •Uncheck “Sync RSS Feeds to the Common Feed List
Scan your PC with a good antivirus like avast which support boot scan;it will solve your problem if it is caused virus,worm or malware.
Sometimes system hangs when a porgram start to load during bootup too. for troubleshooting this,boot your system in sfae mode during startup by pressing F8.Click "start" then "Run" type "msconfig" select "startup" tab untick all the program and restart your system.
PC hangs or reboots due to overheating of the CPU.It is caused by dust and dirt contamination inside.open the system and blow it with a small air blower.
1. Click Start and Run 2. Type into the Run box "services.msc" (without the quotation). 3. Scroll down and look for the service Wireless Zero Configuration
Double Click on the Service, Screen Shot of the services
4. Make sure that it is Started and that the startup type is set to automatic. Screen Shot of WZC If the Service did not Started, or and is Not set to Automatic. To Start the Service click on the Start button. To set the service to automatic, click on the down arrow and change it to Automatic
be sure you installed all available updates including service packs for both OS and office 2003 suite. Did you try the "Detect and Repair" feature in Help? If you just added some memory lately, then it might be the cause. I hope you clean your system from spywares and viruses too.
Do you have an Exchange server running on the same server or are you popping an ISP for mail? Are you logon locally or is the from Termainal services? Also do you have the whole MS Office 2003 suite installed or just Outlook 2003?