Outlook pst repair


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Kaelong

I ran the Inbox Repair Tool and at the very end it stopped with a message of
an error. I clicked "OK". Then I looked at the log it created and at the end
of the log it said, "Fatal Error: 8004080B, dwErr=0".

I summized from the way Outlook still operated, that the repair did not work.

I have absolutely no idea what this is. I searched for the string on the
web, and got nothing.

Can anyone help.
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

What version of Outlook and how big is your pst?
What symptoms lead you to run the repair tool?

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Kaelong

Sorry I should have mentioned that. I am using Outlook 2000 on and XP machine.
The program started locking up, starting taking for ever to open. Right now
I can open the program, but can't click on anything with out it locking up.
The size of the PST file is (oh my gosh) 2+ gig.

Diane Poremsky said:
What version of Outlook and how big is your pst?
What symptoms lead you to run the repair tool?

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Kaelong said:
I ran the Inbox Repair Tool and at the very end it stopped with a message
of
an error. I clicked "OK". Then I looked at the log it created and at the
end
of the log it said, "Fatal Error: 8004080B, dwErr=0".

I summized from the way Outlook still operated, that the repair did not
work.

I have absolutely no idea what this is. I searched for the string on the
web, and got nothing.

Can anyone help.
 
K

Kaelong

Well, I wasn't aware of the size limit for Outlook 2000, but after reading
several other questions here, I believe my issue is simply that. My PST is
too big. I can't afford the solution tip on slipstick.com. But I've now seen
others that do similar repair on CNET.
So thank Diane. Hopefully I'll find one I can afford.

Diane Poremsky said:
What version of Outlook and how big is your pst?
What symptoms lead you to run the repair tool?

--
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Kaelong said:
I ran the Inbox Repair Tool and at the very end it stopped with a message
of
an error. I clicked "OK". Then I looked at the log it created and at the
end
of the log it said, "Fatal Error: 8004080B, dwErr=0".

I summized from the way Outlook still operated, that the repair did not
work.

I have absolutely no idea what this is. I searched for the string on the
web, and got nothing.

Can anyone help.
 
D

Diane Poremsky [MVP]

You won't need to buy an app unless the standard fix fails - which is to
chop the pst down to size.
http://www.slipstick.com/problems/repair2gbpst.asp has the free
instructions - and a link to the crop tool Microsoft released. Then run
scanpst.


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Kaelong said:
Well, I wasn't aware of the size limit for Outlook 2000, but after reading
several other questions here, I believe my issue is simply that. My PST
is
too big. I can't afford the solution tip on slipstick.com. But I've now
seen
others that do similar repair on CNET.
So thank Diane. Hopefully I'll find one I can afford.

Diane Poremsky said:
What version of Outlook and how big is your pst?
What symptoms lead you to run the repair tool?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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Kaelong said:
I ran the Inbox Repair Tool and at the very end it stopped with a
message
of
an error. I clicked "OK". Then I looked at the log it created and at
the
end
of the log it said, "Fatal Error: 8004080B, dwErr=0".

I summized from the way Outlook still operated, that the repair did not
work.

I have absolutely no idea what this is. I searched for the string on
the
web, and got nothing.

Can anyone help.
 
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wangdong

You can try a popular Outlook recovery tool called Advanced Outlook
Repair to repair your PST file. It is a powerful tool to recover
messages, folders and other objects from corrupt or damaged Microsoft
Outlook PST files.

Detailed information about Advanced Outlook Repair can be found at
http://www.datanumen.com/aor/

And you can also download a free demo version at http://www.datanumen.com/aor/aor.exe
Good luck!
Wangdong
 
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JNPT

May be your pst file get corrupted. Try using inbox repair utility again.
However in case of seriously corrupted pst file, it may not help you.
In that case a third party application like Stellar Phoenix Outlook PST
Repair software may help you which is very effective tool to scan, repair and
restore the corrupted PST. This effectively working PST recovery utility
employs the influential scanning procedures to repair the corrupted e-mails,
journals, tasks, notes, calendar entries and other Outlook items.

This PST recovery utility gives you the effectual solutions to all pst file
corruption situations. With its unique way to approach, you will find the
recovered one in a new PST form, which can be imported to take usage.
Visit here: http://www.repair-outlook-pst.com/
 
K

Kaelong

Thanks to all. I was able to save my PST file. I was able to delete some
old stuff and then "COMPACT" it within the tools of Outlook. So I am lucky.

I will be updating to Office 2007 soon, until then I will keep my eye on the
size.

Thanks again to all with your suggestions.
kaelong


Diane Poremsky said:
You won't need to buy an app unless the standard fix fails - which is to
chop the pst down to size.
http://www.slipstick.com/problems/repair2gbpst.asp has the free
instructions - and a link to the crop tool Microsoft released. Then run
scanpst.


--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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Kaelong said:
Well, I wasn't aware of the size limit for Outlook 2000, but after reading
several other questions here, I believe my issue is simply that. My PST
is
too big. I can't afford the solution tip on slipstick.com. But I've now
seen
others that do similar repair on CNET.
So thank Diane. Hopefully I'll find one I can afford.

Diane Poremsky said:
What version of Outlook and how big is your pst?
What symptoms lead you to run the repair tool?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:dailytips-subscribe-request@lists.outlooktips.net

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:EMO-NEWSLETTER-SUBSCRIBE-REQUEST@PEACH.EASE.LSOFT.COM

I ran the Inbox Repair Tool and at the very end it stopped with a
message
of
an error. I clicked "OK". Then I looked at the log it created and at
the
end
of the log it said, "Fatal Error: 8004080B, dwErr=0".

I summized from the way Outlook still operated, that the repair did not
work.

I have absolutely no idea what this is. I searched for the string on
the
web, and got nothing.

Can anyone help.
 
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wangdong

Microsoft Outlook 2002 and earlier versions limit the size of Personal
Folders (PST) file to 2GB. Whenever the PST file reaches or exceeds
that limit, you will not be able to open or load it any more, or you
cannot add any new data to it. This is called oversized PST file
problem. More detailed information can be found at
http://www.datanumen.com/aor/problems/2gb-pst.htm

You can use Advanced Outlook Repair to solve the problem, by either
converting it into Outlook 2003 format ( http://www.datanumen.com/aor/problems/convert-2gb-pst.htm
), or splitting it into smaller pieces ( http://www.datanumen.com/aor/problems/split-2gb-pst.htm
)

http://www.datanumen.com/aor/ contains the detailed information about
Advanced Outlook Repair.

And you can also download a free demo version at http://www.datanumen.com/aor/aor.exe
As you will be using Office 2007, your problem will be solved.

wd
 
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JNPT

JNPT said:
May be your pst file get corrupted. Try using inbox repair utility again.
However in case of seriously corrupted pst file, it may not help you.
In that case a third party application like Stellar Phoenix Outlook PST
Repair software may help you which is very effective tool to scan, repair and
restore the corrupted PST. This effectively working PST recovery utility
employs the influential scanning procedures to repair the corrupted e-mails,
journals, tasks, notes, calendar entries and other Outlook items.

This PST recovery utility gives you the effectual solutions to all pst file
corruption situations. With its unique way to approach, you will find the
recovered one in a new PST form, which can be imported to take usage.
Visit here: http://www.repair-outlook-pst.com/

FYI...

The new version of the PST Repair Tool has already been released and is
equipped with excellent features like compatibility with windows7, count of
all items in individual folder, MS outlook is not required on system for
running application, no need to rescan the file in full version and most
exciting is 100% preview & Detail Summary Report of all recoverable items
which help you to evaluate the software and make better decision about how
helpful will it be for you?
 
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scott parse

I suggest you to try repair PST software tool . Repair PST is an advanced Email Recovery Utility to repair corrupted or damaged PST files with all other items such as Journals, Tasks, Notes, Emails, Calendar, Contacts. Microsoft Outlook stores its data in PST file, and these PST files contains tasks, calendar, notes, journal, contacts which can be successfully restored using Outlook PST Repair Software.

PST Repair Software provides following features:

* Recover mail messages, folders, appointments, journal, contacts, tasks, journals and notes in PST files.
* Recover all properties, such as subject, to, from, cc, bcc, date, etc., are recovered.
* Recover mail messages in plain text, RTF and HTML format.
* Recover attachments, including the documents and images attached to messages.
* Repairs 2GB PST files.
* Repair password protected PST files.

You can use demo from here:http://www.pstrepair.net/download-pst-repair-tool

let me know if u have any question.



Kaelong wrote:

Outlook pst repair
26-Aug-09

I ran the Inbox Repair Tool and at the very end it stopped with a message of
an error. I clicked "OK". Then I looked at the log it created and at the end
of the log it said, "Fatal Error: 8004080B, dwErr=0".

I summized from the way Outlook still operated, that the repair did not work.

I have absolutely no idea what this is. I searched for the string on the
web, and got nothing.

Can anyone help.

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Outlook pst repair
I ran the Inbox Repair Tool and at the very end it stopped with a message of
an error. I clicked "OK". Then I looked at the log it created and at the end
of the log it said, "Fatal Error: 8004080B, dwErr=0".

I summized from the way Outlook still operated, that the repair did not work.

I have absolutely no idea what this is. I searched for the string on the
web, and got nothing.

Can anyone help.

What version of Outlook and how big is your pst?
What version of Outlook and how big is your pst?
What symptoms lead you to run the repair tool?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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Sorry I should have mentioned that. I am using Outlook 2000 on and XP machine.
Sorry I should have mentioned that. I am using Outlook 2000 on and XP machine.
The program started locking up, starting taking for ever to open. Right now
I can open the program, but cannot click on anything with out it locking up.
The size of the PST file is (oh my gosh) 2+ gig.

:

Well, I wasn't aware of the size limit for Outlook 2000, but after reading
Well, I was not aware of the size limit for Outlook 2000, but after reading
several other questions here, I believe my issue is simply that. My PST is
too big. I cannot afford the solution tip on slipstick.com. But I have now seen
others that do similar repair on CNET.
So thank Diane. Hopefully I will find one I can afford.

:

You won't need to buy an app unless the standard fix fails - which is to chop
You will not need to buy an app unless the standard fix fails - which is to
chop the pst down to size.
http://www.slipstick.com/problems/repair2gbpst.asp has the free
instructions - and a link to the crop tool Microsoft released. Then run
scanpst.


--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:dailytips-subscribe-request@lists.outlooktips.net

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
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oh the problem is PST file size growing above 2GB..
oh the problem is PST file size growing above 2GB..
But not to worry, there is a solution to this.
using PST repair tool, you can manage to save your email stuff.
so must go for it..

http://www.outlook-recovery.net/



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You can try a popular Outlook recovery tool called Advanced OutlookRepair to
You can try a popular Outlook recovery tool called Advanced Outlook
Repair to repair your PST file. It is a powerful tool to recover
messages, folders and other objects from corrupt or damaged Microsoft
Outlook PST files.

Detailed information about Advanced Outlook Repair can be found at
http://www.datanumen.com/aor/

And you can also download a free demo version at http://www.datanumen.com/aor/aor.exe
Good luck!
Wangdong

May be your pst file get corrupted. Try using inbox repair utility again.
May be your pst file get corrupted. Try using inbox repair utility again.
However in case of seriously corrupted pst file, it may not help you.
In that case a third party application like Stellar Phoenix Outlook PST
Repair software may help you which is very effective tool to scan, repair and
restore the corrupted PST. This effectively working PST recovery utility
employs the influential scanning procedures to repair the corrupted e-mails,
journals, tasks, notes, calendar entries and other Outlook items.

This PST recovery utility gives you the effectual solutions to all pst file
corruption situations. With its unique way to approach, you will find the
recovered one in a new PST form, which can be imported to take usage.
Visit here: http://www.repair-outlook-pst.com/

:

Thanks to all. I was able to save my PST file.
Thanks to all. I was able to save my PST file. I was able to delete some
old stuff and then "COMPACT" it within the tools of Outlook. So I am lucky.

I will be updating to Office 2007 soon, until then I will keep my eye on the
size.

Thanks again to all with your suggestions.
kaelong


:

Great, you got your .
Great, you got your .pst file without the need of buying third party
'pst recovery' (http://www.pst-recovery-software.com/) software. The
software is designed to 'repair pst'
(http://www.repair-outlook-pst.com/) files and recover and restore
mails, contacts, tasks, journal, notes, calendar items and other
personal storage folders lost from your Microsoft Outlook account.

You may found following KB article helpful to manage the .pst file in
future to avoid such problems.
'How to manage .pst files in Outlook 2007, in Outlook 2003, and in
Outlook 2002' (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/287070)


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Microsoft Outlook 2002 and earlier versions limit the size of PersonalFolders
Microsoft Outlook 2002 and earlier versions limit the size of Personal
Folders (PST) file to 2GB. Whenever the PST file reaches or exceeds
that limit, you will not be able to open or load it any more, or you
cannot add any new data to it. This is called oversized PST file
problem. More detailed information can be found at
http://www.datanumen.com/aor/problems/2gb-pst.htm

You can use Advanced Outlook Repair to solve the problem, by either
converting it into Outlook 2003 format ( http://www.datanumen.com/aor/problems/convert-2gb-pst.htm
), or splitting it into smaller pieces ( http://www.datanumen.com/aor/problems/split-2gb-pst.htm
)

http://www.datanumen.com/aor/ contains the detailed information about
Advanced Outlook Repair.

And you can also download a free demo version at http://www.datanumen.com/aor/aor.exe
As you will be using Office 2007, your problem will be solved.

wd

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FYI...

The new version of the PST Repair Tool has already been released and is
equipped with excellent features like compatibility with windows7, count of
all items in individual folder, MS outlook is not required on system for
running application, no need to rescan the file in full version and most
exciting is 100% preview & Detail Summary Report of all recoverable items
which help you to evaluate the software and make better decision about how
helpful will it be for you?


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Jek Embler

Hello. I encountered a similar problem, manually fix it failed. Had to look for different methods on the Internet. Many have tried, helped visit: http://www.outlookpstrepairtool.com

I ran the Inbox Repair Tool and at the very end it stopped with a message of
an error. I clicked "OK". Then I looked at the log it created and at the end
of the log it said, "Fatal Error: 8004080B, dwErr=0".

I summized from the way Outlook still operated, that the repair did not work.

I have absolutely no idea what this is. I searched for the string on the
web, and got nothing.

Can anyone help.
On Wednesday, August 26, 2009 9:19 PM Diane Poremsky [MVP] wrote:
What version of Outlook and how big is your pst?
What symptoms lead you to run the repair tool?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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On Wednesday, August 26, 2009 10:37 PM Diane Poremsky [MVP] wrote:
You will not need to buy an app unless the standard fix fails - which is to
chop the pst down to size.
http://www.slipstick.com/problems/repair2gbpst.asp has the free
instructions - and a link to the crop tool Microsoft released. Then run
scanpst.


--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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mailto:dailytips-subscribe-request@lists.outlooktips.net

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On Tuesday, November 10, 2009 2:07 AM JNPT wrote:
Great, you got your .pst file without the need of buying third party
'pst recovery' (http://www.pst-recovery-software.com/) software. The
software is designed to 'repair pst'
(http://www.repair-outlook-pst.com/) files and recover and restore
mails, contacts, tasks, journal, notes, calendar items and other
personal storage folders lost from your Microsoft Outlook account.

You may found following KB article helpful to manage the .pst file in
future to avoid such problems.
'How to manage .pst files in Outlook 2007, in Outlook 2003, and in
Outlook 2002' (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/287070)


Kaelong;488645 Wrote:


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vnmoris

I ran the Inbox Repair Tool and at the very end it stopped with a messageof
an error. I clicked "OK". Then I looked at the log it created and at the end
of the log it said, "Fatal Error: 8004080B, dwErr=0".

I summized from the way Outlook still operated, that the repair did not work.

I have absolutely no idea what this is. I searched for the string on the
web, and got nothing.

Can anyone help.
Hi Kaelong, running inbox repair tool or scanpst.exe does not always solvesthe PST file corruption. Sometimes faulty installation of the scanpst.exe may be reason for such fatal error log. look for some genuine sites to findout the solution on Outlook forums
source: http://www.repairpst.info
 
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bibomaria

I ran the Inbox Repair Tool and at the very end it stopped with a messageof
an error. I clicked "OK". Then I looked at the log it created and at the end
of the log it said, "Fatal Error: 8004080B, dwErr=0".

I summized from the way Outlook still operated, that the repair did not work.

I have absolutely no idea what this is. I searched for the string on the
web, and got nothing.

Can anyone help.
Under virus attacks, accidental user mailbox deletion and server crash, users may find it difficult to access their emails. PST file stores entire user mailbox and it serves as the backup that can be recovered anytime. However, with severe corruptions when PST file also crashes, Kernel for Outlook PST Repair software comes handy. It is the best software available in marketcurrently for Outlook PST Repair. To know more about the tool visit http://www.downloadscanpst.com/
 
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bean101carter

> I ran the Inbox Repair Tool and at the very end it stopped with a messageof
> an error. I clicked "OK". Then I looked at the log it created and at the end
> of the log it said, "Fatal Error: 8004080B, dwErr=0".
> I summized from the way Outlook still operated, that the repair did not work.
> I have absolutely no idea what this is. I searched for the string on the
> web, and got nothing.
> Can anyone help.
You can repair your corrupts PST files easily with the help of third party Outlook PST Repair tool. On using this tool you will get your all lost PST data back easily without loosing any saved files from it. So, try this third party tool now and have your lost PST data back.
 
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