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queenmabtypes

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I am looking at a PC for a friend--She clicks on Outlook expresss and gets message:

"Windows cannot locate file C:\Program File\Outlook Express/msimn.exe". If I click okay it opens my computer. I think this is a "regedit problem as opposed to a virus. Can anyone help. Also, she said it happened after someone took a virus off her PC. Everything else seems to function properly. I did virus scans and spyware scans but nothing showed up.

Thanks for all help.
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have her try to reinstall outlook express...this can be done by going to the add remove programs in controll pannel...then the "add/remove windows components" area...then uncheck outlook express and press ok...this will uninstall it...then repeat the process to reinstall it..you will probably need the original windows xp disk to accomplish this
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have her try to reinstall outlook express...this can be done by going to the add remove programs in controll pannel...then the "add/remove windows components" area...then uncheck outlook express and press ok...this will uninstall it...then repeat the process to reinstall it..you will probably need the original windows xp disk to accomplish this
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