Outlook Wizard Appears Every Login

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Hello techyv users!

The set up wizard for Outlook is coming. We are not able to track the reason for that. It is happening when there are no other MS-Office programs runs. Sometimes after we log it in the error appears and sometimes it is coming loading for a few minutes. We don’t want to use the Outlook and so don’t want to install the same. Whenever it comes I am clicking on the cancel button. I am connecting this system through remote desktop facility of Windows. My OS is Windows 7 Professional Service Pack 1 and installed Office 2010.

If anybody knows the solution, please help me.

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Outlook Wizard Appears Every Login


Hi Carlton,

It must be annoying you would have to press "cancel" every time it comes up. Happened to me once on a different program. Good thing I persisted in trying to resolve it before my right mouse clicker ended up in the trash bin and my computer off the window.

My take on this, this happens when the Microsoft Program, in this case, Outlook has a corrupt file, there may be other versions of Outlook installed or problem with the the registry entries regarding Permissions.

First thing to check is how many versions of Microsoft Programs are installed in your computer. You can do that by going into Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs. Check how your Outlook was installed. Was it installed alone or is it installed as a package?

Some Microsoft Office Suite does not include Outlook, some do, you can check your version

And uninstall the older version which is usually the case.

Note: Just be sure your installation of Outlook matches your Product Key in hand.

Now, if there are no other versions of Outlook installed, then your installation of Outlook itself may be damaged. To correct this, we have to uninstall, then reinstall it to be sure that it would start fresh. You can use the method you want by going here 

There are a easy ways you can uninstall and reinstall Outlook, the steps are outlined.

You can also contact Microsoft directly by check your support options.

Be sure to perform these steps when you are logged in as Administrator.


Ross Recoter  

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