The Required File Exsec32.dll Cannot Be Found
EXSEC32.DLL files get corrupted from malware, bad shutdowns (OS or Microsoft Office Professional 2007), and other EXSEC32.DLL-involved scenarios. When your EXSEC32.DLL file becomes corrupt, it cannot be loaded properly and will present an error message.
The Required File Exsec32.dll Cannot Be Found
Is EXSEC32.DLL safe, or is it a virus or malware?The answer is no, in itself, EXSEC32.DLL should not damage your computer.Unlike executable programs, such as those with the EXE extension, DLL files cannot be executed directly, but must be called by another code that is already executed. However, DLLs have the same format as EXEs and some can even use the .EXE extension. While most dynamic link libraries end with the .DLL extension, others can use.OCX, .CPL or .DRV.DLL files are useful because they allow a program to separate its different components into individual modules, which can then be added or deleted to include or exclude certain features. If the software works this way with DLLs, the program can use less memory because it does not need to load everything at the same time.On the other hand, if the .dll file is attached to an executable that is intended to damage your computer, it is possible that it is dangerous. We recommend you run a scan of your system with a tool like this that can help identify any issues that may exist.That's why normally when you see a new .dll file on your computer, there will be an .exe file somewhere.Make sure you scan both together so you don't have to worry about your computer being infected with something bad.
In the vast majority of cases, the solution is to properly reinstall exsec32.dll on your PC, to the Windows system folder. Alternatively, some programs, notably PC games, require that the DLL file is placed in the game/application installation folder.
First of all, it is worth understanding why a exsec32.dll file is missing and why exsec32.dll errors occur. It is widespread for users to encounter situations where software does not work due to flaws in .dll files.
The exsec32.dll is an executable file on your computer's hard drive. This file contains machine code. If you start the software Microsoft Office Outlook on your PC, the commands contained in exsec32.dll will be executed on your PC. For this purpose, the file is loaded into the main memory (RAM) and runs there as a digsig32.dll process (also called a task).if(typeof ez_ad_units != 'undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[580,400],'processlibrary_com-medrectangle-3','ezslot_9',108,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-processlibrary_com-medrectangle-3-0');
This process is considered safe. It is unlikely to pose any harm to your system.The exsec32.dll file should be located in the folder C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11. Otherwise it could be a Trojan.
Personally, I would search the file structure and see if it is in the wrong place. If it cannot be found, look at the install media and manually put it in the path. You may need to register the dll too.
PATH in command prompt showed the correct directories, but the chart.dll file was not in the C:\Windows\System32 folder. There was a chartv.dll file listed in the folder however. I will trying adding the file to this folder and registering the dll as well. There was a chart.dll found in the C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office16 folder.
-We now have about 7 users having outex.dll missing when opening outlook. I checked 4 out of the 7 computers and found out their outlook version was 2002, sp3. Their outex.dll resided in C:\Program files\common files\system\mapi\1033. The computers which are not experiencing this issue are using outlook 2003 version and their outex.dll resides in C:\Program files\common files\system\msmapi\1033.
The right-click menu in Inbox stopped appearing, and going into Tools, Email Accounts, Change, More Settings generated the message that "The required file OUTEX.dll cannot be found in your path. Please Reinstall Microsoft Office Outlook."
Assume that a mailbox that contains multi-profile configurations is migrated from Microsoft Exchange Server On-Premises to Microsoft Exchange Online. You log on the mailbox and then create an offline folder (.ost) file. You open the .ost file in Outlook 2010. In this situation, you cannot open the file, and you receive the following error message:
Assume that your computer is in non-English format. You install a different Microsoft Office Language Interface Pack (LIP) on the computer. You open or create a message in Outlook 2010. In this situation, an error message prompts you that custom actions cannot be installed and objects cannot be found. For example, you select Spanish (Spain) under the format tab in the Region and Language dialog box. Then, you install an LIP for Catalan. You set the display language and the default editing language to Catalan in Outlook 2010. You open or create a message. In this situation, you receive the following error message in Catalan:
As I read your description, I found one of the reasons why Outlook is crashing may be the corruption in the Outlook data file. Not just corruption, but if your data file is damaged, then also you may face same issue. So the best approach to fix a corrupt Outlook data file is by fixing it by any alternative tool.