Can't connect with MS Outlook

  Lightman 11:36 28 Jun 13
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This is not a matter of life & death, but I keep getting a message pop up in the middle of my screen saying "Could not connect to Microsoft Outlook - Error 2147221164". I am assuming that this might be something to do with Google Calendar and as such the message is not too surprising as I don't have Outlook installed, I use Windows Live Mail. I'm running Windows 7 Professional. Does anyone have any ideas as to how I can stop this pesky message appearing?

  xania 12:09 28 Jun 13

There's lets on the Internet about this problem. Unfortunately, most are asking for help rather than providing an answer, but you might find some of these helpful:

http://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/calendar/dHjcBiKsgcw

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/officeversion_other-outlook/how-do-i-get-rid-of-outlook-error-message-that/09d0d7d6-756f-e011-8dfc-68b599b31bf5

or type Microsoft Outlook - Error 2147221164 into your favourite serach engine

  Woolwell 12:46 28 Jun 13

Do you use hotmail?

  Lightman 13:05 28 Jun 13

No to Hotmail

  Woolwell 13:23 28 Jun 13

Do you have an e-mail client? It is a Google Calendar Sync problem and seems to be fairly widespread without a definitive solution.

  saifeerangwala 15:08 28 Jun 13

Try to create a new profile and check if it works, you can refer to the article below to know how to create new profile http://support.microsoft.com/kb/829918

  Woolwell 15:20 28 Jun 13

saifeerangwala - The OP doesn't have Outlook.

  rdave13 17:12 28 Jun 13
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Do you have Office starter pack? Might be worth running Ccleaner.

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