thanks March 1st, 2007 #5 solly Guest Re: msimn.exe error with outlook express I had an evaluation copy of Zone Alarm Pro & I purchased the proper copy on-line & paid Windows update won't load. When your DBX file gets corrupted you encounter various errors while working on Outlook Express. I'm hesitant to uninstall and reinstall Outlook Express, because I'm not confident in my ability to preserve all the folders, email messages, and multiple identities I've got set up.
Any suggestions or instruction would be greatly appreciated. The above fixes apply to the following Outlook Express versions: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.5 Service Pack 2 Microsoft Outlook Express 5.01 Service Pack 1 Microsoft Outlook Express 5.0 Microsoft Outlook Express The cpu usage goes up and down a bit, but no OE.
I have ALL current XP updates. I keep hoping a new release fixes it, but so far no joy. If the same error occurs again, restart your computer and try compacting again. Any help in finding a solution to this will be greatly appreciated.
I ran SLP to check on any bad files--none found. And I'd suggest running a registry cleaner after all this as it's likely to leave some garbage laying about. :D 0 Discussion Starter Lukecro 12 Years Ago Please see my post Select Desktop in the Save In box. I went to stop the automatic updates under services. *not Disable* it says … outlook 2000 won't send or receive 2 replies Outlook 2000 won't send or receive since I had
Every other program seems to work fine, including IE. Click GUID on the left side of the window. this is just a suggestion.. joanelaine 15 posts since Oct 2006 Community Member Windows 10 Can't access metered connection Last Post 2 Weeks Ago On my wife's laptop I'm trying to stop it using Windows Update
Frank uses 98% of my cpu M all I know is my outlook will not load until I shut this off on task manager patrick Part Definitely worth a try for a quick fix - providing you don't mind losing the inbox contents .... 0 Canada 12 Years Ago Well i did indeed want some of the In certain cases the error can have more parameters in its format. If the issue continues, I suggest we uninstall Windows XP Service Pack 2 and then reinstall it.
I'm hesitant to uninstall and reinstall Outlook Express, because I'm not confident in my ability to preserve all the folders, email messages, and multiple identities I've got set up. Make sure the extension for the exported file is “iaf” (for Internet account file) Repeat steps a through c for all mail accounts Click the News tab and repeat steps a Would that be a good guess? check over here This did not effect the OE accounts for the other users of my PC (who log in as separate XP users, not as separate OE identities), and all other programs are
Related Articles How to Remove Au_.exe from Your SystemAll About Audiodg.exeBtdna.exe: Use or Lose?Delete the Devldr32.exe Driver or VirusInternat.exe: Safe or a Virus? Just to let you know that I have just had an identical problem (msimn.exe using 98 % cpu etc) and deleting the inbox.dbx file sorted the problem out. Click Cancel to close the New Account wizard.
qwerty90009 0 Amanda1969 11 Years Ago I am new to this community-- I am having the exact same problems. Type the following commands in this window and press the "Enter" key after each one. http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-fix-Outlook-Express-Locking-up-in-Windows-2000XP2003 I used this same solution several times and it is simple and effective. Ron March 2nd, 2007 #6 smithauto Guest Re: msimn.exe error with outlook express Thanks for your help, I'll give it a try.
Type "cmd", and then click OK. 4. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - One or several DBX files were corrupted. Then, also in File, click on Folder and then Compact All Folders.Turn Work Offline off when you are done.You might also check out Microsoft Knowledge Base article 233264.I would do so this content Solution 2 - Regenerating the Identities Registry Key Warning: Always make sure that you have a backup of your registry.
To help you analyze the msimn.exe process on your computer, the following programs have proven to be helpful: Security Task Manager displays all running Windows tasks, including embedded hidden processes, such SHOW ME NOW Â© CBS Interactive Inc. Â /Â All Rights Reserved. Delete Temporary Internet Files: In Internet Explorer 7 or 8, click Tools >Delete Browsing History > Delete Files (or Delete All) > Confirm In Internet Explorer 6 click Tools > Internet I ran a deep scan with Malwarebytes, with zone alarm, with counter-spy---all okay.
Notes: I have AntiVir, Sygate, and ProtoWall installed (I've tried quitting out of all of these, but OE still does not open). I have to use CAD to end the program. The install disk? What do you know about msimn.exe: How would you rate it: < Please select > important for Windows or an installed application (++) seems to be needed (+) neither dangerous nor
She just told me this, so I tried logging on under her name, and sure enough everything works. The Msimn.exe Outlook Express error can be caused by damaged Windows system files. Click Delete cookies and Delete files on the General tab. 3. I tried to make a dummy folder for it, and then my son got the bright idea to go into safe mode and delete that folder (ever have 'area.exe' on your
Application ErrorThe instruction at "Ox 77f5210b" referenced memory at "Ox 00834e3c". The Automated (Novice) User Solution: 1) Download this (Msimn.exe Outlook Express) repair utility. 2) Install the program and click the Scan button. 3) Press the Fix/Repair button after the scan is DBX file is used for storing the data in Outlook Express. There were no problems with OE until I installed XP service pack 2.
I deleted the 'folders.dbx' without help. It took me way too long to come up with this solution, though -- so hopefully this will help speed up the process for somebody else.