Outlook 2007 Change Calendar Time Zone Error

Discussion in 'Outlook Calendar' started by Patrick@Denman, Feb 26, 2007.

  1. I was running B2TR of Office 2007 and kept getting an error whenever the
    "Change Calendar Time Zone" pops up. Outlook shut down, I clicked to report
    the error, and then Outlook started back up. The dialog pops up again and I
    go through the whole routine once more.

    So I upgraded to the latest (Trial) version of Office 2007, and I'm still
    getting the same error. It's a 0xc0000005 in Outlook.exe.

    I've run a scan on my .pst files, and there were some errors - but these
    have now been repaired. I'm still getting the error!

    HELP! Any suggestions would be appreciated!
     
    Patrick@Denman, Feb 26, 2007
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  2. BTW, I tried running the TZMOVE.EXE utility and it reported that there are
    no appointments that require updating. And yet when the Change Calendar
    Time Zone utility runs automatically, it tries to change over 200 items, and
    this seems to be the thing that fails.

    "Patrick@Denman" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >I was running B2TR of Office 2007 and kept getting an error whenever the
    >"Change Calendar Time Zone" pops up. Outlook shut down, I clicked to
    >report the error, and then Outlook started back up. The dialog pops up
    >again and I go through the whole routine once more.
    >
    > So I upgraded to the latest (Trial) version of Office 2007, and I'm still
    > getting the same error. It's a 0xc0000005 in Outlook.exe.
    >
    > I've run a scan on my .pst files, and there were some errors - but these
    > have now been repaired. I'm still getting the error!
    >
    > HELP! Any suggestions would be appreciated!
    >
     
    Patrick@Denman, Feb 26, 2007
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  3. you probably have 200 items in the calendar and one is corrupt. switch to a
    table view and see if something catches you eye with one of the
    appointments.

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    "Patrick@Denman" <> wrote in message
    news:uPh%...
    > BTW, I tried running the TZMOVE.EXE utility and it reported that there are
    > no appointments that require updating. And yet when the Change Calendar
    > Time Zone utility runs automatically, it tries to change over 200 items,
    > and this seems to be the thing that fails.
    >
    > "Patrick@Denman" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >>I was running B2TR of Office 2007 and kept getting an error whenever the
    >>"Change Calendar Time Zone" pops up. Outlook shut down, I clicked to
    >>report the error, and then Outlook started back up. The dialog pops up
    >>again and I go through the whole routine once more.
    >>
    >> So I upgraded to the latest (Trial) version of Office 2007, and I'm still
    >> getting the same error. It's a 0xc0000005 in Outlook.exe.
    >>
    >> I've run a scan on my .pst files, and there were some errors - but these
    >> have now been repaired. I'm still getting the error!
    >>
    >> HELP! Any suggestions would be appreciated!
    >>

    >
    >
     
    Diane Poremsky [MVP], Feb 27, 2007
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