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Outlook Express Quick Backup

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#1 KermitD


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Posted 14 November 2006 - 01:48 PM

I came across this great little free program, OEQB. it saves the Address Book and all files from the Input, Sent Items folders, even the Deleted folder. It has saved me more than once.

It downloads as a zip file. I have it and the Extracted (Installation) files in a sub-folder in my Downloads folder. I put them on a CD and loaded them into my wife's computer. It runs on her computer just like the Good Lord intended. Our computers are very similar. Both running XP Home w/ SP2. Both using Athlon CPUs (1.8 and 2.3 Ghz). I have a Gig of ram. She has a half Gig.

When I try to run OEQB.exe on mine I get a window which says "Run time error '76'" and "Path not found". The program installed itself into C:\Program Files\Outlook Express Quick Backup. This folder holds OEQB.exe, and 14 other .dll, .ocx, .log files etc.

I have uninstalled and re-installed it. The installation wizard says it has been installed satisfactorily. According to the web site it is not presently being supported by the author (so I can't go there), but he has been promising a new version of it for a couple of years, now.

Is there a way to find out which file it is looking for that it can't find a path to?

Thanks, folks,
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#2 Shinobi


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Posted 14 November 2006 - 02:19 PM

sounds like you might have memory issues. try running memtest86, which can be downloaded here http://www.memtest86.com/

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