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Master Geek


Topic # 30813 22-Feb-2009 09:55
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yesterday i restored my hard-drive to about 2 weeks ago as i had installed an update that wasn't working right. when i rebooted and opened ms office 2007 i keep getting an error"

The Add-in "AVG Exchange Extension" (C:\PROGRA~1\AVG\AVG8\avgxch32.dll) cannot be loaded and has been disabled by Outlook. Please contact the Add-in manager for an update. If no update is available, please uninstall the Add-in.

i have been searching microsoft and AVG forums and it seems the cure is to use run and use some binary code, but no one seems to have the AVG file in the place I do (probably a different version).

what can i do to let office allow the add-in, or is there something else i must do?

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Reply # 198580 1-Mar-2009 05:59
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Will This Help At All??

Go To Tools > Trust Centre > Add Ins

At the bottom of this window click manage and select exchange client extensions, click go and there will be the option of the AIG Exchange extension, just un check and that should fix it


Or If That Don't Work, Try Uninstalling AVG 8 Then Reinstalling It Again!!!

Hope This Helps!!!!



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Master Geek


Reply # 198586 1-Mar-2009 08:41
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cheers chris that is actually what i ended up doing a week or so ago and it did work.

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Reply # 198587 1-Mar-2009 09:56
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Beforenightfalls,

Glad Your Sorted Now My Friend!!

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