NOD32 and Outlook 2007 not playing nice!

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by jaeelarr, Dec 18, 2008.

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  1. jaeelarr

    jaeelarr Registered Member

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    So I recently got a new PC and had to bring all my old files over to the new one. In the process, I brought over all my Outlook 2007 settings (Application Data and Local Settings data). Now, I am getting a pop up everytime I open up my Outlook about some ESET add-in. On the old PC, I had NOD32 v2.7...but my new comp has v3.0. My boot drive on my new PC is the C drive, where as my old PC, my boot drive was the F drive. Attached is the error I am getting. Obviously, Outlok is looking for an extensionin the old drive, which is not there anymore. Any suggestions?
     

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  2. Memory

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    You probably need to follow the second route.

    From Microsoft Office Outlook Help :
    MS speak : To be sure Click OK. Click OK. Click OK. Click OK. Click OK. Click OK. Click OK. Click OK. Click OK. ;)

    Robert
     
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  3. jaeelarr

    jaeelarr Registered Member

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    Already looked...there are no Emon or ESET add-ins to be found, nor are there any add-ins that point to a F:/ directory.
     
  4. mayt

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    Hello,

    you'll probably need to delete something like "Outlook addin"="4.0;Outxxx.dll;7;000000000000000;0000000;OutXXX" in the [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Exchange\Client\Extensions]

    Try that and share the result.
     
  5. jaeelarr

    jaeelarr Registered Member

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    I did not see anything like that in there.
     
  6. jaeelarr

    jaeelarr Registered Member

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    No other suggestions?
     
  7. SaphireX

    SaphireX Registered Member

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    Chances are the problems lie deep in the registry and unless you are a registry "guru" perhaps the only solution will be to uninstall/remove the application data and local settings that you imported over from your other PC and create new Outlook 2007 settings/local settings ie: profiles and then later on xfer from the old PC the emails only! that you want to keep and not the application data/local settings...

    SaphireX
     
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