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I am having problem with mu Outlook. It cannot locate KERNEL32.dll. I have tried repairing using the software disk and also thru Control Panel. I have re-installed XP. All without luck.
Is there a way to remove Outlook and re-install Outlook.
I back-up the Disk using ACRONIS. Every time I get that warning - I have to recover from earlier version. and In the process I loose all current e-mails and send files because the .pst file remains to the older date. I have turned off Outlook and still I am getting KERNEL32.dll could not be located.
Can any body help?



I see a banner below my post for Reimage Repair. Is this software approved my Microsoft for the application they are claiming. I do not want to compromise my computer by running this software. If it is not then the banner should be here.
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Paul:
Since Forum is allowing this software advertisement - is that mean a seal of approved vendor?

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is that mean a seal of approved vendor?
No, it does not.
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No, it does not.
Any information provided by this page - we expect that information is safe. I tried this page before and they tried to cell me more staff. Unfortunately these overseas companies are mostly not honest. There has to be some checks before allowing these businesses to advertise their products in this page.
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