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CAnnot open Outlook 2003 in either safe or normal mode

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Microsoft professional edition attempts to reconfigure outlook after failing to start in safe mode.  Cannot start Outlook - just freezes.
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Have you tried Start-Run-SFC /scannow
Have you tried Control Panel-Add/Remove-Office2003-Repair
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Or if you have not stored any data in outlook so far, go to control panel --> mail and recreate the default profile.
Close control panel and now try to open outlook. Check if you can .

Possibly outlook got corrupted or there could be a virus or spyware issue or windows interfering
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Also check this

Error Message "Cannot start Microsoft Outlook."
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q223/4/72.asp
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