Outlook 2007 Crashes

Posted on 2008-10-15
Last Modified: 2012-05-05

Outlook 2007 has started crashing arbitrarily when clicking on various tabs, saves, etc.  It is not consistent. The Event Viewer indicates error=0x8001010d.

Thanks for your help!

Question by:ErnieA
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Expert Comment

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try deleting your frmcache.dat file located in documents and settings\username\local settings\application data\microsoft\forms

Author Comment

ID: 22727547
Sorry w00k, I thought it was going to work, but it didn't.  It still crashes.

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ErnieA earned 0 total points
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I found the answer elsewhere, so thanks for trying anyway, w00k.
No one else came to my rescue.


Expert Comment

ID: 23789093
Hello Experts,

                I am having this same problem with outlook 2007 i am trying the initial idea now and will post if it works or not.

thank you.

Expert Comment

ID: 23789121
i forgot to mention that i am having this problem on a vista machine with outlook 2007.

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