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Outlook Express

By vlad7 ·
I have problem starting Outlook Express.
It gives me folowing error:
MSIMN caused an invalid page fault in
module WAB32.DLL at 0167:35c5e6f2.
EAX=00390036 CS=0167 EIP=35c5e6f2 EFLGS=00010203
EBX=00445c4c SS=016f ESP=0056dd04 EBP=0056dd28
ECX=000e3e70 DS=016f ESI=00449000 FS=296f
EDX=00400000 ES=016f EDI=013f0680 GS=295e
Bytes at CS:EIP:
f3 a5 8b c8 83 e1 03 f3 a4 ff 75 fc e8 a4 a9 fe
Stack dump:
00000003 000000a4 00000000 00390036 00447b88 00445c38 00000001 00000001 013f000c 0056e134 35c60843 0044898c 00000003 00000001 0056e12c 0056e158
I reinslall Outlook and networking but I still can't start Outlook

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by kukarin In reply to Outlook Express

That's what Microsoft says on that issue:

To resolve this issue, rename the address book name. Do not rename the extension.

NOTE: The address book file name is usually your logon name.

If the file extension is not visible, you may disable hiding of the File Extensions. To do so, follow these steps:

Disable the Hiding of File Extensions
Double-click My Computer, and then click Options (or Folder Options) on the View menu.

Click the View tab, and then clear the check box Hide file extensions for known file types (or Hide MS-DOS file extensions for file types that are registered).

Click OK, and then close My Computer.

Renaming the Address Book
Click Start, point to Find, and then click Files or Folders.

In the Named box, type *.wab. By default, the file should be located in the Windows\Application Data\Microsoft\Address Book folder.

Right-click the Name.wab file, and then click Rename. Do not change the .wab file extension.

Type a new namefor the file, and then press ENTER.

Start Outlook Express and then open the address book. This action creates a new address book.

Import the messages from the first renamed *.wab file into the new address book.

Another option is:
This behavior may also occur if the Outlook Express folder is named Outloo~1. If the the Outlook Express folder is named Outlook~1, rename the folder to Outlook Express.

For information about how to rename a folder:

Click Start, and then click Help.

On the Index tab, type renaming, and then double-click the Renaming folders topic.

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by vlad7 In reply to Outlook Express

Thank you very much

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