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Outlook PST not opening

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    morrisstev0587posted 2 years ago

    Outlook PST not opening

    Hi;

    When I attempt to open outlook I get an error:
    Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook. Cannot open the Outlook window. The set of folders cannot be opened. Errors have been detected in the file C:\Documents and Settings\Sabrina\local settings\application data\Microsoft\outlook \outlook.pst. Quit outlook and all mail-enabled applications and the use the inbox repair tool (scanst.exe) to diagnose and repair errors in the file for more information about the inbox repair tool see help.

    I have attempted to repair the .pst file using scanpst but it fails. Do you know another utility preferably

  2. datarecoverytool profile image60
    datarecoverytoolposted 2 years ago

    Hello,

    There are only 2 ways to repair the PST files:
    First with inbox repair tool (scanst.exe), but as you mentioned here, it’s not working to repair your corrupted PST files. The second option is to repair with any third party PST repair software. You can go for the Sysinfotools PST files recovery tools.

    If you need more helps, please let me know and feel free to ask any query.

  3. profile image57
    Lenardgipar7posted 2 years ago

    Hi there,

    usually with the scanpst.exe you can fix errors with the PST file.What's the size of it? What programs are running while you are trying to open it?
    Or
    Microsoft Outlook Repair Toolbox is Microsoft Outlook file repair software that allows you to fix these errors.
    For more: https://www.outlookrepairtoolbox.com/
    Cheers

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    alexsaymondposted 2 years ago

    If your Outlook PST file is not responding, That means it is corrupted due to hardware and software failure.

    First you should use Scanpst.exe tool to recover PST file but if you have used and not get success then there are so many third party tool available on line.

    I will suggest you to use Kernel for Outlook PST Recovery Software. It provide better solution of damaged PST file. Download free trial version of this tool visit http://www.nucleustechnologies.com/Micr … overy.html

  5. profile image57
    ankitsajwan90posted 2 years ago

    The correct method to run Inbox Repair Tool is mentioned here in detail http://www.filerepairtools.com/tips/rep … pair-tool/ Just follow the steps carefully and do copy the PST before doing any experiments on it.

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      katemithposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      If Outlook PST not opening then contact Outlook Customer Service http://www.99techsolutions.com/outlook-support.html

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    blakemarkyposted 2 years ago

    By opening Outlook in safe mode you may not face such error, but manual method would be time consuming. So, if you want to get rid of this issue quickly, then try Recoveryfix for Outlook PST repair. This software eliminates errors and their causes from the damaged PST files then allows you to access them once again by converting them into readable format. This tool is available in free version, just as you wanted. To know more visit: http://www.outlookpstrepair.recoveryfix.com/

 
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