12-09-2011 02:14 AM
Outlook 2010 crashed on startup after shutting down and starting up my comp just now. When outlook crashed, it gave the following error message:
Outlook experienced a serious problem with the 'sjui' add-in. This add-in is incompatible with Data Execution Prevention mode and should be disabled or upgraded to the latest version. Do you wish to disable this add-in from loading?
Looking at event viewer, I was able to find this additional information below the error message log.
I searched google for results of the above two sequences of numbers. The sequence 14.0.6029.1000 pointed me to what appear to be hacker websites: like warez.ir and another one with the phrase "l33t".
I searched the microsoft website as well as symantec and found nothing. I also searched these forums.
Do I need to be concerned, or is this a common/known add-in and bug?
I'm running the latest version of 360 with automatic updates and regularly scheduled virus and spyware scans.
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12-09-2011 04:34 AM - edited 12-09-2011 04:50 AM
The number you mentioned "14.0.6029.1000" is the Official Microsoft Version number of MS Office 2010, of which Outlook 2010 is a part (probably, depending on the type of MS Office 2010 installed on your computer). Please post the complete and exact details of the event viewer you have seen, for us to help you in solving your problem.
12-09-2011 05:03 AM - edited 12-09-2011 05:05 AM
Not really a Outlook pro but i did find what i think you are looking for and that is
SJUI is a SunJava Oracle addin for Outlook, known as SJUI32 DLL.
You might like to have look at these links provided-
You might just be able to disable the SJUI addin in Outlook, i guess if it
works then you could try enabling again to see if the issue comes back.
or try contacting Sun Java Oracle if the problem persists as i think that is
who created the addin.
I hope that info can assit you in some way to resolve the issue.
Keep us updated on how you go. :-)
12-09-2011 04:11 PM
Thanks. I'd prefer to see something more "official" perhaps on sun's website or even on microsoft's website about sjui32.dll. But thanks for pointing me in the right direction. I'm feeling a lot more at ease about the possibility that sjui is just another dysfunctional sun software product.
12-09-2011 04:27 PM
What's a little unseltting too is that after I chose to disable the sjui add-in, outlook restarted, and when I checked to see where the add-in was coming from, the publisher line in the description said "none."
12-10-2011 03:35 PM
Glad to help out.
I agree it is a bit strange that there is no desciption of publisher, as one would
think it would show Sun Java or Sun Microsytems or even Oracle.
Perhaps you are right and it is just a disfunctional Sun Sotware product.
So it seems you have Outlook up and running again so hopefully this issue
with the SJUI addin will not effect your Outlook use anymore.