Outlook 2007: broken scanpst.exe, missing appdata, missing .pst fi


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ms.scuba

Help please! Outlook 2007 recently stopped working and I have been unable to
fix it. I get the message to run the inbox repair tool but can't get that to
work.

I finally found the scanpst.exe file but it and the scanost.exe files show
broken icons. I cannot find the .pst files anywhere. When I look in the place
where they are supposed to be the appdata folder is not present.

I just uninstalled the entire Office 2007 program and reinstalled but all
the same problems remain. Running on Vista OS.

Everything had been fine and then "poof" it was all gone.

Thanks,
ms.scuba
 
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Russ Valentine

"Broken icons?" Those are the icons for scanpst.
PST files are hidden files.
Uninstalling and reinstalling Outlook would not help.
 
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Robert H

Call the guys on the link below. I had a similar problem with my Outlook 2007 inbox and needed Outlook pst file repair service. They offer a no fix no fee service and actually recovered my emails, repaired my corrupted pst file and remounted it. You can call the number posted on their website and speak to a technical person on the line immediately! They offer a no fix no fee service so you've nothing lose.

http://www.OfficeSoftworks.com
http://www.OfficeSoftworks.co.uk

Good luck,
Robert



ms.scuba wrote:

Outlook 2007: broken scanpst.exe, missing appdata, missing .pst fi
06-Feb-10

Help please! Outlook 2007 recently stopped working and I have been unable to
fix it. I get the message to run the inbox repair tool but cannot get that to
work.

I finally found the scanpst.exe file but it and the scanost.exe files show
broken icons. I cannot find the .pst files anywhere. When I look in the place
where they are supposed to be the appdata folder is not present.

I just uninstalled the entire Office 2007 program and reinstalled but all
the same problems remain. Running on Vista OS.

Everything had been fine and then "poof" it was all gone.

Thanks,
ms.scuba

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Robert H

Call the guys on the link below. I had a similar problem with my Outlook 2007 inbox and needed Outlook pst file repair service. They offer a no fix no fee service and actually recovered my emails, repaired my corrupted pst file and remounted it. You can call the number posted on their website and speak to a technical person on the line immediately! They offer a no fix no fee service so you've nothing lose.

http://www.OfficeSoftworks.com
http://www.OfficeSoftworks.co.uk

Good luck,
Robert



ms.scuba wrote:

Outlook 2007: broken scanpst.exe, missing appdata, missing .pst fi
06-Feb-10

Help please! Outlook 2007 recently stopped working and I have been unable t
fix it. I get the message to run the inbox repair tool but cannot get that t
work

I finally found the scanpst.exe file but it and the scanost.exe files sho
broken icons. I cannot find the .pst files anywhere. When I look in the plac
where they are supposed to be the appdata folder is not present

I just uninstalled the entire Office 2007 program and reinstalled but al
the same problems remain. Running on Vista OS

Everything had been fine and then "poof" it was all gone

Thanks
ms.scuba

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Robert H

Call the guys on the link below. I had a similar problem with my Outlook 2007 inbox and needed Outlook pst file repair service. They offer a no fix no fee service and actually recovered my emails, repaired my corrupted pst file and remounted it. You can call the number posted on their website and speak to a technical person on the line immediately! They offer a no fix no fee service so you've nothing lose.

http://www.OfficeSoftworks.com
http://www.OfficeSoftworks.co.uk

Good luck,
Robert



ms.scuba wrote:

Outlook 2007: broken scanpst.exe, missing appdata, missing .pst fi
06-Feb-10

Help please! Outlook 2007 recently stopped working and I have been unable to
fix it. I get the message to run the inbox repair tool but cannot get that to
work.

I finally found the scanpst.exe file but it and the scanost.exe files show
broken icons. I cannot find the .pst files anywhere. When I look in the place
where they are supposed to be the appdata folder is not present.

I just uninstalled the entire Office 2007 program and reinstalled but all
the same problems remain. Running on Vista OS.

Everything had been fine and then "poof" it was all gone.

Thanks,
ms.scuba

Previous Posts In This Thread:


Submitted via EggHeadCafe - Software Developer Portal of Choice
SharePoint - Managing Unused or Archive sites automatically
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jonmaxim93

Today, many tools are available online and you can select any one of them. You can find all tools on the web by making a search on Google.
But, I would suggest you to test the demo version first before making the buying decision for any tool. One of the most popular, trusted and globally used pst repair tool is listed here:

Please take a look at this tool to fix your PST file problems. It supports all the versions of MS Outlook.



> Help please! Outlook 2007 recently stopped working and I have been unable to
> fix it. I get the message to run the inbox repair tool but can't get that to
> I finally found the scanpst.exe file but it and the scanost.exe files show
> broken icons. I cannot find the .pst files anywhere. When I look in the place
> where they are supposed to be the appdata folder is not present.
> I just uninstalled the entire Office 2007 program and reinstalled but all
 
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