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Error on closing Outlook 2002 in Win2000

Posted on 2003-12-10
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On closing Outlook I get the following message.

The instruction at 0x77e82efb referenced memory at 0x000c9b6c. The memory could not be written.

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sunray_2003 earned 150 total points
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Something might be corrupted.

open outlook. go to help --> detect and repair .

Check if this repairing would solve the problem

Sunray
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Not sure if he even tried that detect and repair

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Sorry about the delay, but the person affected was away. Working well now.

Pazzin
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