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Microsoft Outlook Express 5 keeps crashing problem started this aftnoo

Microsoft Outlook Express 5 keeps crashing problem started this aftnoo

Microsoft Outlook Express 5 keeps crashing problem started this aftnoo

(OP)
this is the error I keep getting when I click on this one folder that I have created, or if i just wait about a minute with Outlook open, I am pasting the detail that it had about the crash


MSIMN caused an exception c0000006H in module DIRECTDB.DLL at 0177:5f585384.
Registers:
EAX=83599254 CS=0177 EIP=5f585384 EFLGS=00010246
EBX=0000027c SS=017f ESP=0177ecf8 EBP=0177ed10
ECX=00000004 DS=017f ESI=01890018 FS=1247
EDX=0001e254 ES=017f EDI=0046b104 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
03 58 04 8b 00 39 45 0c 74 12 53 50 ff 75 0c 51
Stack dump:
00000000 0046b104 0046b104 00000000 00000000 00000000 0177ed64 5f589efa 00000004 0001e254 0177ed70 00000000 00000001 00000000 0046b104 0177ed88


Karl
kb244@kb244.8m.com

Experienced in , or have messed with : VC++, Borland C++ Builder, VJ++6(starting),VB-Dos, VB1 thru VB6, Delphi 3 pro, Borland C++ 3(DOS), Borland C++ 4.5, HTML, ASP(somewhat), QBasic(least i didnt start with COBOL)

RE: Microsoft Outlook Express 5 keeps crashing problem started this aftnoo

MSIMN has a habbit of doing that. First, try deleting all the *.tmp and ~*.* files off your hard drive (close all your programs first). Run a scandisk and restart. See what happens. Perhaps that folder is somehow corrupt. If the program runs okay, leave it alone for a little while-i.e., don't open that folder. When and if you're convinced that Outlook is running okay, then try the folder. If it messes it up, I'd trash it, delete temps again, scan again, and restart.

There's not lots of troubleshooting in OE...


dreamboat@nni.com

RE: Microsoft Outlook Express 5 keeps crashing problem started this aftnoo

(OP)
like I said in the first post, it did that with the folder(which I deleted and recreated now it doesnt do it with the folder) but it still crashes no matter where I am if I just wait a min with it opened

Karl
kb244@kb244.8m.com

Experienced in , or have messed with : VC++, Borland C++ Builder, VJ++6(starting),VB-Dos, VB1 thru VB6, Delphi 3 pro, Borland C++ 3(DOS), Borland C++ 4.5, HTML, ASP(somewhat), QBasic(least i didnt start with COBOL)

RE: Microsoft Outlook Express 5 keeps crashing problem started this aftnoo

Ok, but have you deleted those files and run scandisk?


dreamboat@nni.com

RE: Microsoft Outlook Express 5 keeps crashing problem started this aftnoo

(OP)
deleted yes, run scandisk no, and I wont be able to til I go back to work on monday(since this is the computer at work that I am having that problem on)

Karl
kb244@kb244.8m.com

Experienced in , or have messed with : VC++, Borland C++ Builder, VJ++6(starting),VB-Dos, VB1 thru VB6, Delphi 3 pro, Borland C++ 3(DOS), Borland C++ 4.5, HTML, ASP(somewhat), QBasic(least i didnt start with COBOL)

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