How to fix Outlook 2003 startup crash

Sometimes it seems that outlook more than the actual operation of the collapse. Do not tell anyone that Microsoft's e-mail program is to enable e-mail - instead of the abdomen all the other time you open it?

How to solve this problem: We can not provide a patch for every prospect of the collapse, but we can solve what is most likely the main cause of the problem - add-ons. Outlook add-ins in some of the procedures will be the collapse of its own, and others will be the collapse of the Outlook installation, they are with other add-ons. Therefore, the best choice for you to stop the collapse of the first calculation of its Outlook add-ins or add-ons may cause crashes, and then delete them.

A good way to add-ons to find out if the culprit of the accident was the first time to run Outlook in safe mode and see if it crashes. Safe mode to disable all add-ons, so if you are running in safe mode, it is still the collapse did not result in add-ons to your question. On the other hand, if you are running in safe mode, it crashed, and then add the causes and you may then move freely through the following measures, I find the outline of the culprit.

Run Outlook in safe mode into the command prompt, navigate to the directory that contains the Outlook.exe (most likely รง: \ Program Files files \ Microsoft Office \ Office12 \), then enter this command: the Outlook.exe / safe

Outlook is not running any plug-ins. If it does not collapse, and then add your question.

The following is how to accurately find the procedure. First of all, found that the plug-ins installed. Select Tools "-> Trust Center, and then click Add-ons button. You will see a screen like the photo below.

You'll see plug-ins organized into three categories: those who are currently active and those who install, but is not currently active, and those installed, but the prospects have been disabled, because they lead to system crashes. (Yes, Outlook will attempt to repair themselves when possible - it just is not always successful.) Take a look at each add-ons, highlight it, you'll see a description at the bottom of the screen.

Use the Trust Center to see a list of add-ons.

Now is the time to find out what add-ins or add-ons lead to the collapse. There is no logical way to do this, you must use a process of elimination. At the bottom of the screen to ensure that the COM add-drop-down is selected, and then click Go. You will see a screen like the photo below.

These add-ons is a positive check mark next to them; those who do not have a check mark is invalid. Uncheck the add-ons, what do you think will cause a problem, click OK, and then close and restart Outlook. Outlook is now running, but the purchase will be null and void. If Outlook is working correctly, you have found the reasons for your problem.

Potential instability disable add-ons, and then restart Outlook in order to reduce accidents.

You can run the Outlook add-ins is invalid or is not it from your system. Some add-ons can be deleted using the normal Windows uninstall routine. Others, however, will not be visible. To eliminate these and return to the screen for you to disable add-ons. Highlight the load you want to delete and click Remove.

To be careful, and then do this, because you will not get a dialog box asking if you really want to delete it, because you when you use the Windows uninstall. Click it, and immediately disappeared.

If this is an add-ons, you would like to continue to use, please contact the publisher to see if there is a feasible option or resolved, to delete it.