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Reinstalling Win XP

By jsarinana ·
I'm getting a kernel32.dll error on one of my XP machines running Office XP. This is the error:
Event ID:1000
Source: Microsoft Office 10
Type: Error
Faulting application outlook.exe, version 10.0.4510.0, faulting module kernel32.dll, version 5.1.2600.1106, fault address 0x0001a67a.

I tried varius things but it keeps coming back, it hangs Outlook up.

Question ?
If I reinstall Windows XP from CD will I have to reload apps ? what apps are you aware of that have to be reinstalled ?

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by mark.s.taylor In reply to Reinstalling Win XP

Yes, you will have to reinstall all applications that need to be registered in the windows registry, only apps that run without needing to be registered will still work.

The easiest way is to create an image of a generic machine using 'sysprep', this way you can have the main apps already installed.

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by d.walker5 In reply to Reinstalling Win XP

Is your default printer Visioneer? If yes see KB323124.
If no, go to http://office.microsoft.com/Downloads/default.aspx. Run the Microsoft Office XP update from the site. My client had Outlook 2002 continuly crash , after running the update, along with other crucial updates posted there for Outlook and for Word everything works.

If you reinstall you will need to reinstall all applications. Try the above first, it's easier and will probality correct the problem.

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by jsarinana In reply to Reinstalling Win XP

Thanks, I already did the update, I'll just have to reinstall apps

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