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By s.w.kraft ·
I am using Win XP Pro and have a problem with Outlook Express. I have designated the package to remember my password when I sign on to get my mail but it doesn't. It was suggested that I change the registry, by Microsoft, to remedy this problem. However, the change did not work. I did notice however that when I wish to send an EMAIL from another website that the system responds that it cannot because the package, Outlook Express, is not properly installed. I would like to un-install it and re-install outlook express again. However, when I go to the control panel and try to remove it, it does not show up on the list of programs nor does I.E. I am wondering how to de-install Outlook Express and re-install it. Any advise will be appreciated. Thanks in advance, Sid Kraft s.w.kraft@netzero.net.

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Try this

by TopesBlues In reply to Outlook Express

Open add or remove programs. On the left hand column click add/remove windows components. Scroll down until you see Outlook Express and uncheck the box that?s next to it. Click on next. Outlook Express should uninstall. I would recommend rebooting after that. Then go back to Add or Remove programs and recheck the box next to Outlook Express and click next. That should reinstall it. You may also want to go to windows update to see if there are any updates for it.
PS for more and better replies you may want to post questions like this in the Technical Q&A

Hope this helps...

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Just a bit of advice

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Outlook Express

As a general rule ask any questions here in the Q & A Section as you'll get better answers and generally quicker than from M$ and best of all the people here will not tell you to do something that stuffs up you're computer like M$ does.

Anyway the above answer should fix you're problem but you may need to install some morw Windows components to get the fix that you require particuarly if you have a prebuilt unit with nothing other than the basics installed.

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make extra partitions put the software in separate partitions drivespace

by lawrephord145 In reply to Just a bit of advice

make extra partitions put the software in separate partitions drivespace the partitions

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