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09-26-2008 11:23 AM
There you go!
09-26-2008 01:32 PM
I am having the same problem. Started sometime this week or last.
I have the BB Curve 8830, Windows XP home edition, Outlook 2003.
Was there a windows software update that started this? My Outlook has also started to freeze within the last week.
I also had the same problem with the link to the uninstall.
09-26-2008 01:37 PM
HI and welcome to the forums!
Yvette, I suggest you open your own thread, your problem while similar to the originators
may be quite different. If you open a new thread with all pertinent Info, more users will read it,
therefore more help toward a resolution.
09-26-2008 02:27 PM
Go to the main page of the forums and find the grey bar that runs across the top,
You will see new message, that's where you open a thread.
10-02-2008 08:57 AM
Having re-visited this thread after a week or so, I don't think anyone's posted a solution yet. I've had the problem again today and my previously-posted "potential" solution didn't work for me this time. However, I offer another two options:
1. Sometimes, simply re-syncing again makes the problem go away. Sometimes it doesn't though. So, it's probably not a very scientific solution.
2. This may be more promising though. At the same time that I got the error, I noticed that my available memory as displayed in the "Status" screen was down to 0. A bit of cleaning up (deleting apps, clearing browser cookies etc.) obviously freed up some memory. Then the sync worked OK. Now, I know this is not necessarily a causal link, but I'd suggest it's worth a try. Further experimentation by me and others when the problem occurs should establish whether it's a solution or another red herring. Good luck.
10-02-2008 10:06 AM
That is a very healthy idea. Lack of memory and low batteries do/can cause problems in operations with the
I always close all apps and use the memory cleaner and clear all browser cache, before backup and synch.
It a good habit also, because you actually get in the habit of looking at your memory, in my case at least once a day.
Thanks for the input!
10-06-2008 06:09 PM