Starting Outlook 2007 causes Microsoft Office 2007 to reconfigure itself

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mild_mannered

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Running Vista Ultimate (32 bit) on HP Media Center Desktop Unit (8100y). Each time system is booted up and Outlook 2007 is accessed for the first time, Microsoft Office 2007 begins to reconfigure itself. Neither canceling of the configuation process nor allowing the process to complete seems to have any apparent effect on subsequent operations.

Performed repair function on the Office application without any discernible effect. Any help in resolving this issue would be truly appreciated! :confused:
 

mild_mannered

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I apply all updates as soon as they become available - using the automatic update feature - if that is what you're asking.
 
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Vista cannot use the office update last time i checked, if it is update related, though it sound wierd, then change you update setting do use microsoft updat, by clicking the get updates for other products when you launch windows update manually. if you have a lot of stuff running and not a lot of memory 2GB + Outlook can be slow to load or configure an account.
 

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Per your suggestion, I reviewed the status of available upgrades.
All updates appear to be installed - so that does not appear to be the problem.
Anyone have any ideas?
 
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