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Solved: Outlook 2003 never launches

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by renegade X, Nov 9, 2007.

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    Hi everyone. i have a weird one here. At first it seemed to be an Exchange related issue, but when I logged on as another user the same issue happened. I tried a detect and repair which did nothing, so I completely uninstalled Office 2003 and rebooted. After I reinstalled, the application complained about the previous attempt and asked if I wanted to start in Safe Mode. Well, it has been about 15 hours and still Outlook is trying to launch. Obviously something is still cached somewhere, possibly the Application Data folder? This computer is up to date for Hotfixes and event viewer only has generic "Application Hangs" in the logs. Anyone know if there are registry entries that need to be dumped or files left behind in the Application Data folder? Thanks
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    Okay I fixed it by uninstalling again, then running CCcleaner.
     
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