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Corrupted Address Book in Outlook Express

By CeredigWright ·
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My father's note running XP, has suddenly decided that the address book in outlook express (ie6)is corrupt and it must be re-installed. I have looked around the web and this seems to be a fairly common problem, however the correction of this seems fairly complex, surely Microsoft must have come up with a quick fix to this problem, especially as it seems of their making, what with faulty updates and the complexity of outlook and outlook express.
Please does anyone have a simple resolution to this problem, that we both can understand.
Thanks in advance to all those that take the time to reply.

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RE:Corrupted Address Book in Outlook Express

by ByrnstanCarver In reply to Corrupted Address Book in ...

Try to recover it manually. Or re-install your OE. Open Outlook Express from where the application is stored on your computer, then attempt to duplicate the error or problem you were previously experiencing. If you are still experiencing problems, proceed with the following steps to reinstall OE. http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/outlook-express/616-emails-and-address-book-are-gone
• Go to the "Microsoft Support" website provided to you in the Sources section of this article, then scroll down to the section entitled "Method 2: Reinstall Internet Explorer."
• Click on the appropriate link for Internet Explorer based on the version of Windows you are running. For example, if you have a 32-bit Windows Vista computer, you will be required to download Internet Explorer 8 for Windows Vista.
• Click on the "Download" box after you have been redirected to the appropriate Microsoft webpage for your version of Internet Explorer. A dialog box will then appear prompting you to proceed with the download.
• Launch Outlook Express from its location on your computer and try to duplicate the actions that previously caused errors. Outlook Express should now work successfully without presenting any issues or errors.
Hope that it was helpful.

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