Windows Mail Could Not Be Started Because MSOE.DLL Could Not Be Initialized
Mar 23, 2008
Got a new Dell PC a couple months ago with Vista Home Premium factory installed. Windows Mail was working great but now I get the following: "Windows Mail could not be started because MSOE.DLL could not be initialized." What should I do?
I had a power cut while my windows mail program was running. After the power returned, I can no longer start Windows Mail. I get an error message saying my mail database is in use by an antivirus program (which it isn't) and MSOE.DLL can't be initialized. I've loaded Windows Live Mail, which works, but it doesn't have any of the old messages from Windows Mail, though it has all my contacts, fortunately. How can I get my important old messagesa back?
I received this after my computer locked up when trying to open up windows Mail "Windows Mail could not be started, initialize junk filtering. Your computer may be out of memory or your disk is full. (0x80070002)" After closing that error out I get "Windows Mail could not be started because MSOE.DLL could not be initialized.
I've got a problem with msoe.dll no loading in mail. I'm getting a error message as i try and launch mail and not allowing it to boot. he anti virus software hasn't changed, possibly a new update? Anyway i've found the msoe.dll and downloaded a new one to replace it but... it wont let me replace it and i tried to replace in safe mode and still not allowing me. or ways i can replace the msoe to try to see if that works?
I can NOT start Windows Mail. When I try I get: Windows Mail could not be started. initialize junk filtering. Your computer may be out of memory or your disk is full. (0x80070002). And when I close that WinMail.exe dialog box another one pops up and says: Windows Mail could not be started because MSOE.DLL could not be initialized.
Unlike others who get the message: Windows Mail could not be started. Initialize junk filtering. Your computer may be out of memory or your disk is full (0x80004005) I am not using McAfee, I'm using Norton. Been using Vista for a couple of years, know my disk is not full, know I'm not out of memory and am baffled
My Windows mail started asking for sign on information but will not accept the information. I am getting the below message. I have gone into "tools", "accounts", and changed the settings without success as well as "advanced" and clicked on the SSL boxes for both (they were initially not checked) all without success. The connection to the server has failed. Account: 'incoming.verizon.net', Server: 'incoming.verizon.net', Protocol: POP3, Port: 995, Secure(SSL): Yes, Socket Error: 10060, Error Number: 0x800CCC0E
I will go along for months and windows e-mail works fine. Then one day I can't get into e-mail at all and a box pops up telling me it is use by another program. Before I can do anything else another box pops up sayin that e-mail can't be started because MSOE.DLL cannot be found. If I restart windows all is well again until the next time these boxes show up. There are no other programs running. Is there a way to fix this problem without having to completely restart?
i received a message saying windows mail could not be started. initialize junk filtering. your computer may be out of memory or your disk may be full. (0x80070002) my computer is not out of memory. i have read other threads and have removed mcafee from my computer. i have gotton on windows mail live. but my problem is that when i went to mail live it did not import my all my folders from windows mail-only a couple. i need to find my other folders and get them to my windows mail live.
I have a big problem with my laptop as when the windows is started up and a speicial icon appeared on the taskbar, the windows is converted to a dummy otherwise its seems good. I have a printed screen for that icon, but i don't know how to post it! at the last time i have installed a 3 antiviruse programs but no result, but some times during the scaning the sysytem was stoped and a blue window (with error message talking about new hardware or software not compatible).
Running Vista on an HP...When I get the pop up to compact the mail I click OK and it gets about 3 quarters of the way thru and I get the message Windows Mail has stopped working and Windows is searching for an answer. The answer was DEP (Data Execution Protection)was shutting it down to protect my computer..What's the problem??? Norton internet Security up to date and nothing found with complete system scan..Vista up to date as well.
Anyone any ideas as to why this could be? i recently upgraded the memory and had to reset the bios but it was running fine for about a week and now all of a sudden over the past few days ive come in and my pc is on.
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To make matters worse, HP programmers thought it would be cool to not include a vista OS installation disk, but instead add a crappy program on the computer that would allow you to replace programs, but unfortunately it cannot repair my security center.
Wireless service not started I am trying top connect with a wireless router but my integrated wifi aint working. when i choose to diagnose problem windows vista is telling me that the Wireless service is not started or something like that...
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I bought this laptop in February 2008 and I have had problems with the windows minimizing and maximizing from the beginning. They seem to have a mind of their own. I will be typing along or browsing and all of a suddent the window will minimize. I can reopen it and click back on the page and it will minimize again. It is getting worse. I bought two of these the same day and one belongs to me and the other one is my daughters, however, hers was not doing this until recently. She says it has started doing it. Is anyone else having this problem? Is it Vista or the computer itself? I am really ready to get this thing fixed! Get more and more frequent and aggravating!
Having issues with UAC (what a surprise). Originally started off as a problem with Microsoft Office not working properly and telling me it had not been installed for the current user. After about an hour and a half on the phone with Microsoft Support and a Remote assistance from a microsoft technician later... I find out that UAC is causing all the problems. Is there a way to Turn it off for a select program/s?
My main mail client is my office XP system, I also receive mail in home. So I select the 'Leave mail on Server' in my home XP system and it work fine. But after I upgrade my home PC to Vista system (I export my mail account for XP outlook express then inport it to my Vista system.) then it have problem - when the mail that I received in home Vista system Windows Mail then i no longer can receive in office mail client. Does anyone know is it the bug of Vista Windows Mail?
my computer started lagging and freezing on me to the point that i had to shut it off by holding the power button eventualy i got it running agin and an hour or two later it started lagging and freezeing again. I tryed to boot in safe mode (and i know it was a bad idea) it seemed like it forze agoin while loading the drivers and i had to manualy shut it off again now when ever it starts up all ican do is start windows normaly or lanuch startup repair. now i've tried both, when i try and start normaly a blue screen appeares too fast for me to read something about unable to move something and if i try launch startup repair all i get is a black screen and a mouse and im starting to panic a little bit
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I use Vista on my network notebook and XP on my PC. I have a HP 6L printer hooked up to the PC. All of a sudden, it started printing a blank page in addition to every page I send to print from my Notebook. The PC prints just fine. I am stumped as Vista says it has the latest printer driver installed and so does the XP. Firewall are from PCcillin and Mcfee. I have allowed those additional ports as referenced in another post, but no change.
I had Netmeter installed to show network activity. I like to see if I'm downloading or if I'm just sitting waiting for nothing. Then when on vacation in June/July, Netmeter on Vista suddenly started displaying an incredibly long list of "network adapters" with the weirdest names and descriptions, while at the same time saying it couldn't find any active adapter. This after it worked for a long time (years?) on XP and then on Vista since December when I got a new laptop. In frustration I downloaded the Netmeter beta. This alleviated the problem and I could see network activity again. Unfortunately, the beta was simply an .exe file, not an install through Windows installer.
Now, after a few weeks, when I start up, I get a message that Netmeter has stopped working and that Vista has reported the problem to MS (asif that will do anything!). Unfortunately, I can't get it to not start up, since the option to start at boot-up is set in the program and since the program won't start ... you get my drift? How can I safely tell Vista to not attempt to start Netmeter at start-up?
I have DL a trogen and it seems to affected my browsers. My email works as well as quicken and Limewire as well as other update programs, but both of my browsers say they cannot display any webpages. Also, my security service center cannot be started.
my laptop randomly started locking me out when i close my lid.well not right away but about 3 to 5 mins in i checked everything in the power options and users account and looked over the close lid options and they are all fine but it just keeps doing i even did a system restore. and nothing does anyone know how to get rid of the locking i don't want it at all.
So last night my bat-out-of-hell cat jumped on my table and knocked over a glass of red wine. Most of the wine went under my laptop but some amount splashed onto the keyboard and screen. At first, my computer showed no signs of a problem and I have never spilled on a computer ever so I didnt know what to do. About an hour later my screen started flickering on and off (from black to the screen image) it started with just a flicker or two in a couple of minutes to every other second or more. I turned the computer off and took a blow dryer to it for under an hour and then let it dry overnight. In the morning, I turned the computer on and it booted without issue except that the screen resolution changed (as it often does after booting with the screen closed or open) and then the flickering started again. I turned it off and blow dried it again for some time and I will leave it off for at least a week but any ideas/suggestions for what I should do next. Does it seem like something is already fried and I need to contact the manufacturer for a fix? Is there anything else I should do?
i cleaned my cpu fan (wish i didn't) , after i put everything in its place, i run my machine and it started slowly. also the games that was running fine now it runs very slow and i can't play it. my base score is the same (4.3). i dont know what is wrong ? i forgot to tell you that my processor is pentuim 4. and my VGA is nvidia 8800 GTS. and downloaded the latest drivers but nothing changed.
I don't know all that much about computers, so if I leave out any necessary information, please let me know and I'll try to provide it. It started today when I got a virus. I have no idea what the virus was, but I know that by the time I had gotten to it, it all but destroyed my computer. I could not get into any system applications to get rid of the virus, including my antivirus software, or system restore. A friend told me to go to safe mode and use system restore from there, so I did that. I restored my system to an earlier date, when the virus couldn't possibly have been there.
However, when I attempted to restart my computer after the system restore, a message came up that said "BOOTMGR is compressed. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart". I pressed this several times, but I keep coming up with the same message. I saw other threads with the same basic problem, and the advice was to reinstall windows through the cd. However, my laptop is a very cheap model and does not have a cd drive, so this is not an option.