Anyone who knows more about what this traffic on port 49155 and 51957 is? It was from a reputable source that has been sending newsletters for ages so not a 'dodgy' source. x64 19,425 posts South Australia Quote: Originally Posted by mlg3000 WD black caviar hard drives are 32,33,33 C - Outlook is on one of these. Depending on the answers, you could possibly skip large portions of this guide or even directly get a solution to your startup issue.Is Outlook up-to-date?Did Outlook ever work?Does Outlook still work click site
Office 2010 is full of issues and its not just Outlook but with Outlook this freezing up issue is critical to me also as I have to use it every day. Thanks Reply Marat says: February 16, 2014 at 10:22 pm Thanks a million! Name E-mail (not published) Unfortunately, due to the volume of comments received we cannot guarantee that we will be able to give you a timely response. Choose one of the following: In Windows 10, choose Start.
I use a POP3 email account on both computers. Reply Frederik says: January 14, 2015 at 1:11 am I grappled with this problem for years. Having the problem occur dozens of times a day makes the program useless. thank you very much for posting that solutions worked, but please include at least a few details...
Please see the following page for the detailed instructions: Fix Outlook hanging on Loading Profile. As noted earlier, the SAME PROBLEM has been documented for 3 YEARS! One thing to add, when the utility opens, you'll have to locate the .pst file associated to the Outlook profile. Outlook 2013 Crashes When Opening Gail says June 4, 2010 at 7:48 am FIXED IT.
I still get the annoying "Not Responding" note when trying to boot-up Outlook in normal mode. Microsoft Outlook 2007 Not Responding What should I be browsing for to place in that dialog box? I have added some addons...tried removing them ...no effect. Bob says October 21, 2008 at 3:49 am This is not a fix!!
An 18 year career as a programmer at Microsoft soon followed. Outlook 2010 Not Responding When Opening To do this, start up the Windows Task Manager either by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Del, or by right clicking the taskbar and choosing "Start Task Manager". Here is the error message which I fear I don't know enough to interpret in a meaningful way. And oddly Scanpst.exe is nowhere to be found in my system.
I've gone to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office 14 and scanned for any files called scanpst.exe or inbox repair tool and found NOTHING by that name. Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... Outlook 2010 Not Responding Be patient, if you have a lot of emails, it may take a while to do the scan, backup, and repair. Outlook 2016 Not Responding Windows 10 Solution: While performing an autoarchive or syncronization job, it is advisable to allow Outlook to finish the task without inputing new actions.
Large PST files I have, in fact, seen it on particularly large PST files; on PST files that are internally (I'll say) fragmented, because the same concept of disk fragmentation kind get redirected here File options add-ins I did everything above and nothing worked, I turned off my add ins and I am zooming Saturday, March 03, 2012 1:31 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign Saturday, February 05, 2011 11:53 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi - I'm having this problem too and found your post. Reply Alexander says: August 19, 2014 at 10:40 am Hello jimbo, It is difficult for me to say what can cause the problem. Outlook.exe /safe
To use the Inbox Repair Tool, exit Outlook, go to Repair Outlook Data Files (.pst and .ost) and follow the relevant steps. Anti-spam and anti-virus programsScenario: "The road to hell is paved with good intentions". What "Not Responding" usually means in Outlook is that it is just too darned busy working at whatever it is you've asked it to do, to actually respond to your mouse http://gagc.net/not-responding/not-responding.php If Outlook isn't stuck at a screen that says "Processing," or this didn't resolve your issue, continue to the steps below.
Problem appears to be solved. Microsoft Outlook Has Stopped Working I THINK I have solved the problem. I don't understand why it'll works like a champ on the old PC but runs terrible on a fresh install of Win7.
But when I click again for the second time, it moves the email. Antivirus MSE and Malwarebytes Pro 1.75 Browser Comodo Dragon Golden View Public Profile Find More Posts by Golden 20 Dec 2012 #5 gregrocker 50,854 posts Looks like Coretemp Everysthing ok. Microsoft Outlook Has Stopped Working 2016 Open Source may be the best solution as the newer versions of Office are not acceptable and MS does not respond to this issue and the Publisher ones I have and
Microsoft has stated that even if you are running Win7 as x64 you should only install Office as x32 bit to prevent difficulties in running the software. Then I remembered I posed this question on here, checked back, saw your reply and you solved it! Select Data File Properties > Advanced>Compact Now. my review here The error screen says the file has erros and access the help screen or run scanpst.exe.
Close all Office applications and open Control Panel. This is not a serverside issue as my OWA and exchange connections from Outlook 03 and 07 works fine. However I can't perform the suggested fix of removing them / reducing the size of my mailboxes as I can't get into Outlook to do this. I am getting very frustrated with this problem and I have tried to run scanpst.exe and it also keeps crashing.
However, an over-zealous anti-spam/virus program or too tight security settings can prevent Outlook or Outlook add-ins from functioning properly. Thank you!! this thread has many suggestions so "it worked" doesn't help identify solutions which fixed the problem. Outlook Today?
Microsoft outlook 2007 hangs on loading profile.. Rename both files frmcache.dat and outcmd.dat to .old 4. If anything, it could corrupt the Outlook database worse. Outlook hangs in normal mode & safe mode.
I did a repair but with no effect. Same question about Safe Mode from above. Proposed as answer by PlanoCoach Saturday, March 03, 2012 1:30 AM Thursday, March 01, 2012 5:55 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Turn off all your addins in in fact, things are worse.
It will not open the framework for the email. The only other thing that falls into that category, however, are any add-ons that you happen to regularly use with Outlook. As soon as AVG was removed, Outlook ran fine. Reply mirza says: June 18, 2014 at 4:42 am Thak I could able to open in safe mode and its working yahoooo Reply Harrison says: June 19, 2014 at 7:34 am