Crash when opening calendar following windows update

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Crash when opening calendar following windows update

Postby TWF0dFI » Sun, 02 Sep 2007 02:36:03 GMT

WinXP SP2, all windows updates applied
Outlook 2003, SP2, all office updates applied.

Outlook crashes with the standard "Problem has been encountered" dialog 
approximately 5 seconds after viewing the calendar. The calendar is displayed 
for those few seconds and appears to have the correct information in it. All 
other functionality within outlook appears to be fine. This was first seen 
viewing an exchange calendar. The same calendar works fine on other machines. 
This machine has had outlook repaired, then reinstalled, then uninstalled, 
reinstalled, updated - no improvement. Also tried creating a new profile with 
no connections to exchange, simply a new blank pst file. Same problem occurs.

Immediately before this, I had installed the two windows updates that were 
available this morning (one of which was the Daylight Savings Time update) 
and rebooted. I have uninstalled that update and tried the above again, but 
no joy.

Any suggestions of how to troubleshoot this would be greatly appreciated. 

RE: Crash when opening calendar following windows update

Postby TWF0dFI » Sun, 02 Sep 2007 17:56:01 GMT

Problem found - the boot.ini of the machine had been changed to turn DEP to 
AlwaysOn rather than OptOut, changing this back cured the problem immediately.

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