Following Follow Microsoft Outlook 2000 Hi, After trying a restructuring of my entire network, I had to demote my Windows XP computers from and NT Domain to and Active Directory 2003 now I have 2 personal folders group..#1 the default C:\outlook.pst does not contain past emails and #2 C:\document and settings\..\\\outlook.pst does contain past emails but is not the default email file Please help me November 1, 2008 mamanerd I've see problems copying the PST in from a cd/dvd where it's left marked "read only" and both outlook and scanpst fail to open Thanks a million! http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2000/wab-dll-missing-outlook-2000.html
When all of this is done (yes - you can even do the Calendar if you are running O2k3 or later), close Outlook and move the E:\temp\personalfolders.pst to the normal location I decide to wait and wait until it completes the processing. I don't know how to recover the must needed specific folders and now how to change the default email account. Empty the Deleted Items folder or create space on the drive by removing some of your files.
I have windows Vista, and it worked fine for me. It runs through a bit of stuff and then asks me to insert the resource disk (Micron computer) and hit any key. I am not able to boot Windows Vista.
After running scanpst on each of the PST files multiple times (until it no longer gives an error) it pretty much resolved the issue. Following Follow AD Thanks! I have a HP pavillion 6000's laptop with windows vista home premium 64 bit preinstalled. If you are lucky, you'll recover it completely.
Without knowing what version of windows you are using it is hard to tell you how to do it but go to the following web site and it will be there The freezing outlook processing occured again. No changes have been made to the scanned file". https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/20441935/Outlook-2000-pst-file-missing.html How can I use the scanpst utility if there is no pst file to repair?
The *.pst file was quite large - 500 MB. Vote Up00Vote Down ReplyJune 11, 2012 12:01 pm Load More Comments Visit Slipstick Forums. This file is being checked for prblems. You'll want to remove a few characters from the middle of the file, then save it and try to run the Inbox Repair Tool (Scanpst.exe) to repair the damage you did
What I find is often times you cannot load a 2G pst in 2007, however you CAN load it in 2003. William Smith November 8, 2011 Jeff William, I ran the Scanpst.exe utility from Windows 7. Cannot find Inbox Repair Tool. Does this mean they are all corrupted?
The PST files should still be local on the machines. More about the author Of course… you should be backing up your files as well. Can some one please help as its driving me nuts! If you are curious what was actually repaired during the process, you'll find a text file in the same directory as your PST file with the same name as the PST
Why canít Ms help be so good. :) June 3, 2008 Peggy Lovely Job telling everyone. November 26, 2009 Hao Thanks!! November 2, 2011 William Smith Hi Jeff, Thanks for considering my post. http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2000/outlook-2000-contacts-email-gone-missing.html Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
I cannot do anything until I point the backup to the new location. I learned in this process that not responding can still mean "working on it". I am not at all techie March 1, 2010 Panache Oh, i am using outlook 2007 on vista.
May 8, 2010 kjsacramento I don't believe size is necessarily the problem - it appears other things can damage the pst file. I ran scan.pst and it comes up with the message "An error has occured which caused the scan to to be stopped. June 14, 2010 Donna Thankyou so much! Also, what program opens a pst file?
This software works with almost all latest Outlook versions and has good compatibility with Windows 8, 7, vista, 2003, 2002 and 2000. The site is great. Thanks! http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2000/outlook-2000-import-contacts-missing.html So, back up externally and always!
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