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[SOLVED] OE on X64 problem
#1
Hi all.
First I'd like to thank you a lot for this great way to run Outlook Express on Windows 7. However I have a problem running it on one machine. It's a Lenovo Thinkpad X220 with the i7-2640M CPU, 16 GB ram and Windows 7 proffessional 64 bit. When I install it, the proccess goes just fine, but when I run it, the program immediately stops with no error or with just the "Program stopped working" alert and storno button. Sometimes the window to set a name appears, but it crashes in about one second. I have another very similar PC, but with windows 7 proffessional 32 bit and there it works with no problems. I also tried it on one Acer with just 2 GB of ram and Win7 64 bit and one Toshiba with Win7 64 bit and there it works also well. Please what could I try to get it working on this machine? Or how can I completely remove it with all the registry entries and hacked DLLs so I could start it from a clean system?
Thanx a lot for the information.
Tom
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#2
(07-20-2014, 03:56 PM)energizer Wrote: Hi all.
First I'd like to thank you a lot for this great way to run Outlook Express on Windows 7. However I have a problem running it on one machine. It's a Lenovo Thinkpad X220 with the i7-2640M CPU, 16 GB ram and Windows 7 proffessional 64 bit. When I install it, the proccess goes just fine, but when I run it, the program immediately stops with no error or with just the "Program stopped working" alert and storno button. Sometimes the window to set a name appears, but it crashes in about one second. I have another very similar PC, but with windows 7 proffessional 32 bit and there it works with no problems. I also tried it on one Acer with just 2 GB of ram and Win7 64 bit and one Toshiba with Win7 64 bit and there it works also well. Please what could I try to get it working on this machine? Or how can I completely remove it with all the registry entries and hacked DLLs so I could start it from a clean system?
Thanx a lot for the information.
Tom

Check if you have ESET antivirus email add-on (or other antivirus that has email client add-on) and disable it. If not please send us a printscreen with the error.
Rafael
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#3
Thanx a lot for your answer, disabling Nod32 email control really solved it!!!
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