Exchange 2007 Management Console not starting

I have Windows Server 2003 running Exchange Server 2007. It recently crashed and now exchange shell and management console will not start? Can uninstall it, or reinstall it via add/remove programs. Any suggestions?
fstincAsked:
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Viral RathodConsultantCommented:
What error are you getting when you start  Management Console ? ,Is there any critical events on the server ?,also reboot the server and then try to open  Management Console .

Please post the above details so that we can find the root cause.
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numero_unoCommented:
Create a new user, give rights to that user and then try to login with that user and then check. This sometimes happens because of profile corruption.
If this doesnt work, send me the error that you are getting after opening the EMC
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waleedaCommented:
you can reinstall only the exchange management tools as well but it depends the error message you are getting


here are the steps:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb232090(EXCHG.80).aspx

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fstincAuthor Commented:
The errors that come out when attempting to open Exchange is Run Time .NET 2.0 error. I tried creating a new user but that did not work. Once I attempt to open it, the CPU starts spiking steadily at 100%. The other event is MSExchangeTransport Service, but I disregard this one because its relating to AD, which I would predict since it is not connected to network.
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