scanpst log file

Discussion in 'Microsoft Outlook' started by MHoffmeier, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. MHoffmeier

    MHoffmeier Guest

    Hello,
    I am continually getting the following message:
    Unable to display the folder. Errors have been detected in the file
    c:blahblahblah\mypstfile.pst. Quit all mail-enabled applications, and then
    use the Inbox Repair Tool.

    my pst file is well under 2gig, but I have the symptoms of the too big pst
    file. I run scan pst, sometimes if finds an error, sometimes not. Outlook
    works for an hour or two days after I run scan pst, then I get the error
    again. Could someone point me to a source that could interpret the log file
    for scan pst? It says things like


    !!Invalid node (nid=814E, bidData=D5982, bidSub=D5ACE, nidParent=0):

    Data block (bid=D5884) not found in BBT



    ??BBT entry (1EA34) has different refcount in RBT (3 vs 2)



    !!Invalid block (bid=D5884, lib=54945792, cb=8180, cRef=2):

    CRC mismatch (read CA5B0945, computed 40A8DD07)

    and



    ??Couldn't find BBT entry in the RBT (D582C)



    !!Adding message (nid=200A04) back to the database



    I wonder if there is a specific message, or contact that is corrupted, and
    if I could delete it to stops this. It is driving me nuts!



    Thanks
     
    MHoffmeier, Mar 22, 2005
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  2. MHoffmeier

    beckhome

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    Here are the contents of a failed ScanPst scan log file, can anyone interpret this?


    Microsoft (R) Inbox Repair Tool
    Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp 1995-1996. All rights reserved.
    **Beginning NDB recovery
    **Attempting to open database
    **Attempting to validate header
    !!Problems with rgbReserved:
    Index 14 is 93 (should be 0)
    Index 15 is 35 (should be 0)
    Index 16 is 1F (should be 0)
    **Attempting to validate AMap
    **Attempting to validate BBT
    **Attempting to validate NBT
    **Attempting to validate BBT refcounts
    **Attempting to validate header NID high-water marks
    **Beginning PST/OST recovery
    **Attempting to recover all top-level objects
    !!HN (nid=21) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=93)
    !!Message store missing PR_PST_PASSWORD
    !!Message store missing or invalid PR_RECORD_KEY
    !!Message store missing PR_DISPLAY_NAME
    !!Message store missing PR_IPM_SUBTREE_ENTRYID
    !!HN (nid=8022) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=93)
    !!HN (nid=8062) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=93)
    !!HN (nid=80E2) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=93)
    !!HN (nid=8102) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=93)
    !!HN (nid=62B) bad signature (bSig=FF, bClientSig=1C)
    !!TC (nid=62B) missing required column (66050003)
    !!TC (nid=62B) missing required column (001A001E)
    !!Receive folder table missing default message class
    !!HN (nid=61) bad ibHnpm (ibHnpm=5658, cbPage=2520)
    Fatal Error: 80040813
     
    beckhome, Sep 25, 2008
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