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Solved – PST File is not Showing Emails in Outlook 2016

Outlook is one of the best email clients out there. With a ton of features, user base keeps increasing by the day. One of the issues that have troubled some users of Outlook 2016 has been of PST file not showing emails. You downloaded all your emails to IMAP on your Outlook 2016 account and then exported the emails folder to a PST file. The file size has come to let’s say, 4 GB. When you open your Outlook PST file, there are no emails. If you encountered something similar or any other error that prevented access of your Outlook

How to Fix Microsoft Outlook Error “0x800ccc13 cannot connect to the network”

  You just upgraded your system from Windows 7 or Windows 8 to Windows 10. The latest offering from Windows came with lots of exciting features, but there were some issues as far as Outlook users were concerned. When they tried to communicate via email – be it compose or receive email, the following error appeared on screen: User account – Sending’ reported error (0x800CCC13): Cannot connect to the network. Verify your network connection or modem. This error occurs due to a variety of reasons including Outlook add-ins, virus intrusion, the presence of bad sectors on your hard drive. Let

Solved – Windows Cannot Play AVI Files

Windows Media Player is capable of handling various video formats. However, it does not support few media formats. AVI is one such format which Windows fails to play. Let us explore solutions to this problem. Windows Media Player(WMP) Updates The error occurs when AVI has not associated with Windows Media Player anymore. To overcome this issue, open WMP. Press Alt to show the menu. From Tools menu, choose Options. A window pops up. Click File Types tab. Make sure Windows Video File (.AVI) is ticked. If it isn’t, check it and click OK. Another way is to update to the

Fix ‘Hard Drive Won’t Power Up’ Error without Data Loss

When you connect an external hard drive to your system, in some cases it may not power up. This post focuses on troubleshooting steps to resolve the error. Before you assume something is wrong with your drive, let us check where the problem is coming from. Change power adapter and USB cable  If the external hard drive uses a power adapter, that could be faulty. Try changing the adapter and check again. If this doesn’t help, replace the USB cable and plug the drive into your system. If this doesn’t solve the issue, proceed to the next step. Try on

Understanding the Architecture and Indications of SSD’s Failure

  Solid state drives or SSD’s have come a long way evolving rather swiftly when compared to the traditional hard drives. Word is that one day SSD’s will replace conventional hard drives ruling the roost.  Marking an SSD as your priority storage medium would mean your interests lie at making your computer performance oriented. While SSD vanquishes the territory of efficiency, speed, and compactness, there has been a lot of buzz around the reliability and durability standpoint as it can only withstand a certain amount of reading and write cycles. Here’s a brief insight into the evolution of SSD and

How to Fix I/O Error in USB Drives

What is I/O error? I/O error is short for Input-Output Error and it occurs when the OS is not able to perform an input-output action when accessing a drive. This error can occur with various types of hardware devices such as USB’s, internal and external hard drives, SD cards or even CD/ DVD. The most common I/O error messages are ‘The request could not be performed because of an I/O error’ I/O Error codes: error 21, error 103, error 105, error 131 There are multiple reasons for this error to occur and they are explained as follows The hardware device

Solved – Outlook Sending Error “One or more parameters are not valid”

You may receive the error ‘Outlook sending error – One or more parameters are not valid’ when sending an email in Outlook. It is also possible to receive the error while sending a meeting request, saving a contact, saving an appointment or a task etc. The main cause of this error is corruption in autocomplete list. You can resolve the error by clearing the autocomplete list. How to clear autocomplete list? To clear the autocomplete list, you can follow the steps below. Open Outlook and go to File > Options > Mail dialogue Click on Empty Autocomplete list option This

How to Extract Email Addresses from Mail Folders in Outlook

You will need to extract email addresses from Outlook folders for various reasons. Maybe you want to import Outlook email addresses to your Gmail account. Or maybe you don’t want to invest in expensive email marketing systems, but wish to send out emails to potential clients following a seminar. Whatever the situation is, extracting email addresses is the first step. This article explains how you can extract email addresses in Outlook. It also provides tips on recovering deleted emails in Outlook. Read on to learn more. How to extract email addresses in Outlook? Extracting email addresses from mail folders in

Quick Fix for ‘Windows Detected a Hard Disk Problem’

If you are seeing this error, it means that there are issues with your disk. The possible causes and potential solutions are explained in this article. Damaged system files This can occur due to uninstalling a program incompletely or deleting important system data. Improper shutting down of the system due to power loss or any other reason may also cause corruption in system files. This will result in damage to the files that the system needs in order to work properly. Virus attacks Sure, antivirus software removes the malware from your system. But it cannot undo the damage that the

Fixed – Cannot Open your Default E-mail Folders, the Information Store Could not be Opened

This is a common error that occurs if compatibility mode is enabled in Outlook. It can also occur due to add-ins or corruption in the Outlook data file. This article explains some troubleshooting steps to resolve the issue. Disable compatibility mode Compatibility mode may be enabled in Outlook your knowledge. This may cause your Outlook to behave differently and throw error messages. For Outlook 2013, go to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office 15\ or C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office 15\ For Outlook 2010, go to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office 14\ or C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office 14\ Right click on exe and click on Properties In Compatibility tab, uncheck ‘Run Outlook