Re: Outlook 2003 Problem

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by Charlie Russel - MVP, May 8, 2005.

  1. yeah, I was afraid you might not have spare 1GB ECCs lying around. :) But it
    was worth a try. By all means, let us know what the resolution is -- I would
    NOT want to find out the hard way that this doesn't work, since I'm getting
    ready to up my x64 box to 4GB. And I don't really want to have to only go to


    CS Computers wrote:
    > I have changed all the DIMMs around. The only way it works is if I
    > leave 2 out. Unfortunately, I don't have any 1GB RegECC to try. The
    > stability of the OS and other apps is fabulous. The only issue seems
    > to be Outlook. I worked the machine pretty hard tonight with Premiere
    > Pro and After Effects, it never missed a beat. Under 32bit I could
    > never run both apps simultaneously without Premier getting "testy".
    > It is very smooth under XP64. To me also, it looks like a small bug
    > with Outlook
    > I am a MS Partner, I think I will call them up Monday. I will let you
    > know what we can figure out.
    > Thanks for the help, Charlie (and Everyone.)
    > "Charlie Russel - MVP" wrote:
    >> I've read through the rest of the thread. This really sounds like a
    >> real bug. But let's try one thing first. On that Mobo, you've got 8
    >> DIMM slots. Have you tried changing the location of some of the
    >> DIMMs? And is there any chance you can install >4GB of RAM?
    >> If nothing else works, I'd call MS Technical Support. If it's an
    >> actual bug, the call is free.
    >> --
    >> Charlie.
    >> CS Computers wrote:
    >>> I just upgraded my XP-64 computer to 4GB RAM, now Outlook will not
    >>> open. If I remove 1GB of RAM, it works great. No other apps seem to
    >>> be affected. I checked KB articles with no luck. Any suggestions?
    >>> Thanks!
    Charlie Russel - MVP, May 8, 2005
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