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corrupted outlook pst file

Posted on 2007-11-24
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A pst file for my outlook 2000 has crashed and when I try to run scan pst I get the following:
Is there any hope?

Microsoft (R) Inbox Repair Tool
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp 1995-1996. All rights reserved.

**Beginning NDB recovery

  **Attempting to open database

  **Attempting to validate header

    !!bSentinel is invalid 00 (should be 80)

  **Attempting to validate AMap

  **Attempting to validate BBT

  **Attempting to validate NBT

  **Attempting to validate BBT refcounts

  **Attempting to validate header NID high-water marks

**Beginning PST/OST recovery

  **Attempting to recover all top-level objects

      !!HN (nid=21) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=93)
      !!Message store missing PR_PST_PASSWORD
      !!Message store missing or invalid PR_RECORD_KEY
      !!Message store missing PR_DISPLAY_NAME
      !!Message store missing PR_IPM_SUBTREE_ENTRYID
        !!HN (nid=8022) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=93)
        !!HN (nid=8062) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=93)
        !!HN (nid=80E2) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=93)
        !!HN (nid=8102) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=93)
        !!HN (nid=81E2) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=93)
        !!HN (nid=8602) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=93)

      !!HN (nid=62B) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=1C)
      !!TC (nid=62B) missing required column (66050003)
      !!TC (nid=62B) missing required column (001A001E)

      !!Receive folder table missing default message class

      !!HN (nid=61) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=93)
      !!HN (nid=61) bad ibHnpm (ibHnpm=52147, cbPage=4822)

Fatal Error: 80040900
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by:war1
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Hello ChrisTHall,

Use Outlook Recovery Toolbox. It has a free demo to show you what emails you can recovered. It is very good at repairing PST file that Scanpst cannot fix.
http://www.oemailrecovery.com/outlook-recovery.html


Hope this helps!
war1
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Do not work..and problem was dealt with a different way.
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