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Microsoft Outlook 2000 + iTunes problem

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Outlook opens and closes immediately. Tried everything to solve including reinstall. Only happened after itunes update and I wonder could it be related. Any suggestions welcome. Read More
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Outlook opens and closes immediately. Tried everything to solve including reinstall. Only happened after itunes update and I wonder could it be related. Any suggestions welcome.
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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banned#1
do a system restore to before the itunes update
#2
Not using 11 year old software might be a good start 8)

Failing that try: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=outlook+2000+%2Bitunes+10
#3
csiman
do a system restore to before the itunes update
Unfortuneately system restore was disabled at the time.
#4
Can you reinstall MS-Outlook? Or start in in "Safe" mode?

BFN,

fp.
banned#5
fanpages
Can you reinstall MS-Outlook? Or start in in "Safe" mode?

BFN,

fp.


read the OP
#6
I still use 11 year old software (Outlook, Word, Publisher) and don't see the need to upgrade and give Microsoft my hard-earned cash :)

It is likely to be a confliction. Have you tried completely uninstalling itunes and opening Outlook?
banned#7
I would fully uninstall, then delete the outlook folder with your data in (after moving outlook.pst)

then reinstall and see if it loads up.

then move your outlook.pst back and see if it starts as the file may be corrupt so you may have to go to your most recent backup of the file.
#8


The answers are there, if you can be bothered to read them ;)


Edited By: megalomaniac on Sep 07, 2010 14:56: -
#9
Try this, go to start > search and type outlook.exe /resetnavpane
this should open outlook. Just use this once it should then work as normal.

If you are using XP type the above into the run box.
#10
059
Try this, go to start > search and type outlook.exe /resetnavpane
this should open outlook. Just use this once it should then work as normal.

If you are using XP type the above into the run box.

megalomaniac


The answers are there, if you can be bothered to read them ;)

Thanks you have put me on the right trail as I see others are having similar problems caused by itunes. I will try the suggestions.
#11
Predikuesi
I still use 11 year old software (Outlook, Word, Publisher) and don't see the need to upgrade and give Microsoft my hard-earned cash :)


+1 - I still use various versions of Microsoft Office (XP to 2003) as they can still do the job using less resources than release 2007+.
banned#12
Scotty Boy
Predikuesi
I still use 11 year old software (Outlook, Word, Publisher) and don't see the need to upgrade and give Microsoft my hard-earned cash :)


+1 - I still use various versions of Microsoft Office (XP to 2003) as they can still do the job using less resources than release 2007+.

+2

and the file sizes are less than half of what 2007/10 creates!
#13
Symptoms

After installing iTunes 10 on a Windows PC with Microsoft Outlook 2000 installed, Microsoft Outlook 2000 will not open.
Products Affected

iTunes 10 for Windows, Microsoft Outlook 2000
Resolution

iTunes will sync with Microsoft Outlook 2003, Microsoft Outlook 2007, or Microsoft Outlook 2010. If you use Microsoft Outlook 2000, you can resolve this issue by renaming the "OutlookChangeNotifierAddIn.dll" file. This file can be renamed however you choose, and is found in the following default location depending on your operating system:

* Windows XP, Windows Vista (32-bit) or Windows 7 (32-bit):
o C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\OutlookChangeNotifierAddIn.dll

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