Windows 7 Professional, Outlook 2010
I have been using Outlook for a couple of hours without issue. I then rebooted my machine and went to run Outlook and received an error dialog with "Cannot Start Microsoft Outlook". I then tried to run outlook in safe mode:
- outlook /safe
- outlook /safe:1
- outlook /safe:3
- outlook /safe:4
- outlook /resetnavpane
Nothing worked so I tried a repair of my Office install, followed by an uninstall of Outlook and a re-install. Still no joy.
I then attempted to open up the "Mail" control panel applet and receive a warning dialog of "Your system needs more memory or system resources. Close some windows and try again."
As this is a fresh boot and the machine has 3GB of free RAM resources is not the problem. I suspect I have a corrupt profile. Can anyone shed any light on this for me? Anything I can try? I was hoping that Outlook was going to prove more stable than in the past with more informative error messages *sigh*.