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How to Fix Outlook Stuck on Profile Loading Issue

Outlook is a personal information manager developed by Microsoft, which mainly functions as an e-mail application. It also has other functions such as calendar, task manager, contact manager, notes, logbook and web browsing. Although it is a reliable application, sometimes problems can arise. In this last article in our series of bug fixes, we will look at the case of Outlook that got stuck due to a problem with the startup profile.

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How to repair a coded image when loading profiles

Before performing any of the recommended troubleshooting steps below, it is best to restart your computer. This action updates the operating system and temporarily deletes damaged data that may be causing the problem.

Various factors can cause this problem, ranging from a damaged perspective profile to an application error. The following steps need to be taken to solve this problem.

Prospects running as administrator

You must run Outlook as an administrator first. You can do this by right-clicking the Outlook.exe executable file and clicking Run as Administrator.

Make sure Outlook is locked when loading the profile.

Disabling OutlookCompatibility Settings

  • Go to the Outlook installation location, right-click Outlook.exe and select Properties.
  • Select the Compatibility tab and uncheck the box next to Run this program in compatibility mode for. Click on Apply to confirm your choice.

Make sure Outlook is locked when loading the profile.

Resetting the navigation area

  • Close Outlook completely.
  • Press Windows + R, type Outlook.exe / resetnavpane and press Enter.
  • Outlook returns to the default state of the navigation bar and opens.

Make sure Outlook is locked when loading the profile.

Safe Mode Welcome Screen

  • Make sure Outlook is completely closed.
  • Press Windows + R and type Outlook.exe /safe. Press the Enter key to start Outlook in Safe Mode.
  • You may be prompted to confirm your profile in Outlook. Do it to keep going.
  • Go to the File tab and click the Settings button.
  • Click on the Add-ins tab, expand the drop-down menu next to the Manage item, and select COM Add-ins. Touch GO.
  • Uncheck the box next to each add-on to disable it. Press Nice and close the view
  • Restart Outlook.

If the problem does not occur, go back to File > Options > Extras and always activate them one after the other until you find out who is causing the problem.

Outlookdata file restore

  • Close Outlook completely.
  • Go to C:\ Program Files and search SCANPST.exe in the search box in the upper right corner of the File Explorer.
  • Double-click ScanPST.exe and click the Browse button to set the path to the PST file. The default location is under Outlook files. After downloading PST, click Start.
  • As soon as the process is complete, a dialog box appears with the number of variations found. Check the box next to Save the scanned file for recovery and click Recover.

Make sure Outlook is locked when loading the profile.

Creating a new Outlook profile

  • Close Outlook.
  • Press the Windows + R button
  • Type the mlcfg32.cpl controller and press the Enter key.
  • Click on View Profiles
  • Click on the Add button to create a new profile and give it a name.
  • Use the automatic setup of your email account to enter your details and set up your account.
  • After you have set up a new profile, return to the startup window of the mail and make it the default option. You can do this by clicking on the ‘Always use this profile’ button and selecting a new profile from the list. Click Apply to save your settings.

Make sure Outlook is locked when loading the profile.

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