Outlook 2003 Contacts Unable To Save (Hang)

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ChaosDoom

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Hi guys, when I wanna save my contact by right clicking on the address then choose properties, then I click on Save and Close. My Outlook Hangs.

I am using Windows XP SP 2 and Outlook 2003. Any suggestions or solutions pls? :) Many thanks to u guys.
 
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ChaosDoom said:
Hi guys, when I wanna save my contact by right clicking on the address then choose properties, then I click on Save and Close. My Outlook Hangs.

I am using Windows XP SP 2 and Outlook 2003. Any suggestions or solutions pls? :) Many thanks to u guys.

You can try going under Help and clicking on Detect and Repair to try and fix any problems. Sounds like you have a corrupt file. Have you done an update to Office 2003 lately? Just wondering if that might have caused the problem.
 

ChaosDoom

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I have tried repairing the pst file and also repair the Outlook. This problem arise only after I have got infected with Trojan.AJ and Trojan.AH :(

Hmm, I try to attached a screenshot so as u guys can have a better look at it.
 
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I would suggest you make a backup of your pst file. The file by default will be in c:\Documents and Settings\user\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook. Then I would uninstall Outlook and then reinstall it. It appears that a file is corrupted or something in the Registry is corrupted.
 
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