Generally, this 0x80000003 error occurred due to corrupted Windows Registry or driver conflicts with Windows which can harm or damage your system in various ways. Though, there is not that much information available about this error on the internet. But users have reported this error.
Outlook is included in the package of Microsoft Office. This is an email management services available with the ease-in-use capability. Sometimes, this error also shows a message; Outlook application failed to initialize properly. since this error doesn’t allow the application to run it properly, and it will also increase the chances of more issues shortly.
At times, some add-ins can be corrupted by causing the Outlook to suffer from different problems. Alternatively, some programs are running in the background of your screen can also create conflicts with the Outlook.
Steps to Troubleshoot Error Code 0x80000003
Run CCleaner and Malwarebytes
- Firstly, Download and install the CCleaner and Malwarebytes on your system.
- Then, click to “Run” the Malwarebytes.
- After that, let it scan your system for the harmful files.
- If it found the malware on your system, then it will automatically remove them.
- Now, run the “CCleaner.”
- Under the “CCleaner” section, in the Windows tab, we advise you to check all selections to be permanently cleaned.
- Once you have checked it, then click to Run CCleaner and also let the Ccleaner run its course.
- To clan, your systems, select the Registry tab and ensure all the boxes are checked.
- Choose Scan for issue option and allow the CCleaner to scan it.
- Then, click on the Fix Selected issues option.
- When prompted “Do you want backup changes to the registry?” click on the Yes tab.
- Once your backup has completed, choose “Fix All Selected Issues” option.
- Finally, reboot your computer to save all the changes.
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