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Thread: Outlook 2003 "MSNCON32.dll" not installed

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    Outlook 2003 "MSNCON32.dll" not installed

    Hello,
    I have Hp pavelion at my home. I just reinstall my operating system with windows xp. Now i am facing the problem with Outlook ,whenever trying to start Outlook 2003 I get the message "The add-in "msncon32.dll" could not be installed.After that outlook will closed. What should i do? Any suggestion??

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    Re: Outlook 2003 "MSNCON32.dll" not installed

    Click start then add / remove then click change Office 2003 then click repair.if you get the same error and you have not got a lot of e-mail or you do not need them, then select re-install.If you need any e-mails then save them before selecting re-install as this should overwrite the current installation.Or else try to run Office Update

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    Re: Outlook 2003 "MSNCON32.dll" not installed

    The problem may be related to an invalid entry or incorrect entry in your
    Windows Registry and RegCue .The SFC program was created to scan all protected files to verify their versions and replace them if necessary. If SFC determines that a protected file is corrupt or missing then it will be asked to insert my Windows installation CD.In order to use the System File Checker tool to scan all of the protected files on my computer I have to click ‘Start > Run’ and then in the Open box, type: sfc /scannow. Then click OK.

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    Re: Outlook 2003 "MSNCON32.dll" not installed

    Try and create a new profile. Maybe your current default profile was corrupted.Or else installed a new version of outlook connector and installed the Office 2007 SP1 KB936982 Fulfile-en-us update which is suppose to take care of the MSNcon32.dll. check for virus scan , becoz virus can damage your file. Run the SFC program it will scan all protected files to verify their versions and replace them if necessary.if this will not work then try to reinstall Outlook.

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