Outlook Express problem

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by JimG, Jun 24, 2004.

  1. JimG

    JimG Guest

    For 3 weeks I've been trying to solve an Outlook Express glitch. I'm
    running XP with all critical current updates. My Internet Explorer works
    fine for both Administrator and User accounts. My O.E. however, works only
    for my Administrator acct. When the User acct. is running and O.E. is
    opened, the "Blue Message of Death" arrives to tell me that O.E. had
    encountered a problem and must close. I get appx. 60 seconds of viewing
    time before lock-up and O.E. closes for the User. Never enough time to read
    mail, much less answer. Is there any way to track down the problem?
    Is it possibly connected to a similar message from "NT OnAcess Scanner
    has encountered a Problem and Must Close" message that I've also been
    receiving lately? I've run McAfee, Avast and Stinger Virus Scans to no
    avail. I'll surely appreciate any help you might be able to offer. Thanks
    in advance and sorry for the lengthy message..
     
    JimG, Jun 24, 2004
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  2. JimG wrote:
    > For 3 weeks I've been trying to solve an Outlook Express glitch.


    Is that a claim to being stubborn or an admission to being stupid?

    > I'm running XP with all critical current updates. My Internet
    > Explorer works fine for both Administrator and User accounts. My
    > O.E. however, works only for my Administrator acct. When the User
    > acct. is running and O.E. is opened, the "Blue Message of Death"
    > arrives to tell me that O.E. had encountered a problem and must
    > close. I get appx. 60 seconds of viewing time before lock-up and
    > O.E. closes for the User.


    So, in that sixty seconds of viewing time, which you have seen so fucking
    often over the last 3 weeks, you never fucking once thought to write down
    the error code, right?
     
    JimG the passage and alley cleaner, Jun 24, 2004
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