Can I restore Outlook Express??

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jcp1st

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Somehow while using the add/remove programs function, I apparently deleted Outlook Express and now receive the error message "Outlook Express could not be started because MSOE.DLL could not be loaded." I'm hoping there is
some method by which I can restore OE with all the settings and files before inadvertent deletion? Help very much
appreciated!
 

1002richards

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Hi jcp1st,
Try this:
Go to Control panel
Go to Add or Remove Programs
On the left is there a box which say add or remove Windows components?
If so open it and scroll down to Outlook Express. If it's un-checked that might be why it appears to have been uninstalled. Try checking it and follow on screen instructions.

Hope this works for you ?

Richard.
 

1002richards

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mattice06082,
A much more useful suggestion than mine. I'll make a note of it!
Thanks

Richard.
 

jcp1st

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Thanks to both 1002richards and mattie06082. I used the link and, even though it wasn't designed for Windows98,
I lucked through it and now seem to have a decently functioning Outlook Express. However, when I attempt to
access newsgroups I get the error messge "MSIMN caused an invalid page fault in module INETCOMM.DLL...."
Any ideas on how I can fix this?
 
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