Outlook Express dll problem !!

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wrisky

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I cannot open Outlook Express when I try I get the following message ....
"Outlook Express could not be started because MSOE.DLL could not be loaded"
I have tried reinstalling IE6 but nothing changed.
How can I repair this ??
 

wrisky

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I am using Win2000 and I cannot open Outlook to get the ver # but I have IE 6.0 and I just assumed that Outlook was part of it!
I looked up the workaround from the links above and my head is still spinning lol....
Funny thing was that while looking in the registry editor ,HKEY_CURRENT_USER , I could not see the identity keys under the GUI # keys that they were directing me to....anyways thats where I got lost there :(
 

wrisky

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I went in and tried to fix the HKEY_LOCAL_USER identity key....
no problem with removing it (after backing it up).... part of the fix was to open Outlook and reenter the identities but it still would not open and I recieved the same error message as before
 

wrisky

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uninstalled IE6 ...that defaulted to the previous version ,IE5, which was in working order ...
thanks for the time and attention :)
 

eddie5659

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Okay Dokay

IE6 is still a bit buggy, well for me, and you've found out that as well.

See Ya

eddie
 
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