Solved: Outlook 2003 Crashing When Trying To 'Save As'
Here is what I tried: 1. You're running an old 2008-2009 e-mail client on a old OS both of which are not supported by Microsoft anymore. I then opened it. can you replicate this when you send yourself an attachment? http://blightysoftware.com/solved-outlook/solved-outlook-word-2003-are-in-conflict-and-crashing.html
I deleted the folders and moved some of them but forgot the rules. Eventually windows update kicked in and wanted to download a dozen or more security updates for MS Office/Outlook 2003. Running this command: for %i IN (dir /b *.dll) DO (regsvr32 /i/s %i) resulted in a ton of warnings: E.g., LoadLibrary ("dir") failed - The specified module could not be If I do copy/rename operations from a CMD prompt everything is snappy on the drive.
Run ScanPST repeatedly, until it reports that there are no more errors. Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Oops, something's wrong below. Corrupted OST file To fix an OST file for an Exchange account, you simply delete it and let Outlook rebuild it from the server: Close Outlook.
Hope this helps.Grif Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - My one test and my one question. Reinstalling them can help repair problems. Loading... when I attempt to open any email with an attachment I get the following crash (other emails open OK): My OS is Windows XP64.
Any help would be appreciated as my user is getting a bit ticked off after being upgraded to something that isn't working. The only other drive letters I have are mapped to a USB drive that seems to work fine. This free diagnostics tool is a pretty new addition to the Office suite but it works for all Outlook versions starting with Outlook 2003. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/113324-office-2003-crashes-when-trying-to-copy-paste-or-save-with-windows-7-pro Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
If you're sending very large e-mail attachments then that could corrupt them alone. You can try to replace the kernel32.dll still by replacing it with the ones in the winsxs files. Back to top Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next Back to Business Applications 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted Holly3278 replied Mar 6, 2017 at 11:31 PM Good Ideas!
To make sure it's not something funny on the USB side, I removed that device. http://blog.techhit.com/55862-outlook-crashing-hanging-and-freezing-common-causes-and-solutions EDIT 2: I googled "GetNamedPipeServerProcessId" and while it is a function within kernel32.dll I also found that it is part of the win32 pipe API, correct? SFC.EXE /scanfile=c:\windows\system32\kernel32.dll If kernel32.dll is corrupt sfc will try to replace it from winsxs files. SolutionsJanuary 14, 2015Auto Follow Up version 2 is here!January 12, 2015CommentsI am having a problem with my Hotmail.
Three KB updates failed to install (I took a screenshot of which three... have a peek at these guys Back to top #5 technonymous technonymous Members 2,355 posts ONLINE Gender:Male Local time:08:53 PM Posted 04 October 2015 - 01:51 AM You can scan just specific files. Run it on all your PST files. Your issue can frequently be caused by a corrupted e-mail in the stored messages files..
How can I restore the dll from the dllcache? I did add a HP printer back onto one of the machines yesterday (near the end of the day) and the person said they have not seen any crashes as of Since you had Kaspersky running on the system I believe we're seeing the aftermath of past viruses. check over here It appears that we received photos of a giraffe via email, three times this email came.
By signing the email this encrypts the e-mail and attachments and proves who you are to the other end and vice versa. Back to top #7 technonymous technonymous Members 2,355 posts ONLINE Gender:Male Local time:08:53 PM Posted 05 October 2015 - 12:15 AM It's probably not the kernel32.dll itself it's outlook and Have ran detect and repair, sent myself an email and Yes same problem persists.!
Since this started around the beginning of October-- on a hunch I wondered if AT&T had done anything with their email servers.
Join our site today to ask your question. Any pointers would be good.................. Several functions may not work. Which of the following retains the information it's storing when the system power is turned off?
Would it help to try ComboFix or Kaspersky's TDSSKiller (assuming there is some hidden rootkit that nothing has found? However this time the Save As dialog hung/froze again. Sending files through popmail is a horrible way of sending files anyways. this content We recommend that you configure Windows to check for updates automatically.
This way you can access recovery console without a cd, but first you have to have the cd to do it. Try reinstalling outlook or reinstallling service pack 3. However… based on our experience of over 10 years of Outlook related support, we can safely say that most Outlook crashes are actually caused by different reasons: a faulty Windows system In my case, I save anything important as a text file away from the mail program itself..
I'm afraid to run sfc /scannow because it would like install the original, older DLL. You could probably try doing a diff of registry backups (they should be saved as text files, the registry backups should). Important: In many cases, ScanPST requires more than one pass to fix a corruption. I downloaded and installed Office Service Pack 3 and installed/rebooted. 11.
Brad Meador brad Posts: 2161Joined: Wed Jun 16, 2004 5:35 pm Top by scottk8 » Wed Apr 05, 2006 8:42 am I'm running XP SP2 with all the latest patches, I have adjusted the time it takes to do a send/receive but this doesn't help. I am running against Exchange in online mode, I don't use cached mode at all. IMO Kaspersky is garbage.
Is there a word for "becomes empty"? Try using icon in control panel. After installing SP2, then visit the "Office Updates" sites as well..Have you installed a new antispam or antivirus tool recently? Burn it to cd.
Another E5510 was purchased a week ago, so I decided to try and find a solution again - thanks again for sharing :) 0 Pimiento OP Jason2019 Jun So I followed this link: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/319901 ...and followed their prescribed resolution (but I didn't quite understand steps 13-15).But then after restarting Outlook I could once again open emails with attachments. I did a Kaspersky Critical Scan and a Full/Deep Scan and it found zero threats. I am having the same problem.
Doing a regsvr32 kernel32.dll came back with "kernel32.dll was loaded, but..."(I don't recall the exact message...