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Hello members, will you please help me to remove the "non-indexed" warning from Windows Vista. Thanks everyone who helps. Wonderful and friendly forum, as I can see.
I have a new install of Office 2016 with Windows 10 and Outlook will not search. It says 0 files remaining to index. I tried rebuilding the index and it indexing the computer files but doesn't seem to index Outlook at all. Outlook was not included in the list of items to index originally until I repair installed Office 2016, and then I tried rebuilding the index again but still it does not search in Outlook. I tried a new PST file incase it was corrupted and that didn't make a difference. It's a new computer and never seemed to work. What am I missing here?
Initially the problem was Outlook wouldn't index files, there were a few files indexed in the Indexing Options, so we rebuilt the index and now it's at 0 items indexed and won't index anything on the computer. It's a Windows 7 computer. I've tried several things to no avail! I've checked many forums and did my own commons sense troubleshooting to find no solution still. Here's what I've tried so far. Rebuilding index Select new indexing location (won't seem to accept new location) sfc /scannow Restarting windows search service. Reset the registry key "SetupCompletedSuccessfully" to 0. Deleted the file C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Search\Data\Applications\Windows\Windows.edb Restarting the service and computer after each attempt. As a last resort Tweaking.com ran through all steps and still unresolved. A fresh install of Windows is not a viable option and the lazy way out which we don't want to do. Are there any suggestions I haven't tried here someone knows of?