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All Data Missing From Outlook

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A computer running XP SP3 with Office 2003 has developed a problem with Outlook. When opened, there is no data showing at all. I'm guessing the .pst file path has been lost somehow but won't know until later when I get to look at it.

Everything was working fine prior to IE8 being installed, a power failiure which caused an unexpected shutdown and Ccleaner being used once.

What could be causing this?
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Problem solved. For some reason Outlook had created a new .PST file and by changing the settings back to the old one the problem was solved.
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Solved myself
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