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Outlook Express Wont/Cant Open

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#1 DonnaVal


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Posted 18 May 2005 - 07:25 PM

Hi Everyone,

Hopefully, someone can help me out with this.

I'm working on a win/98SE system.

In the midst of a bout of insomnia Sunday night, I decided to do a clean up of my computer. Man, I scare myself sometimes. :thumbsup:

So here's what I get when I click on express:

Outlook could not be started because MSOERES.DLL could not be found. Outlook Express may not be installed correctly.

Do I need to just reinstall outlook? Is there a way to retreive my data that's there now so I don't loose everything?

I did a fix of IE 6, but that didn't change outlook.

Thanks in advance for suggestions and help.

DonnaVal :flowers:

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Posted 20 May 2005 - 12:40 AM

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