What Is Thorconnwndclass Error?
Thorconnwndclass error is an Outlook error that has recently reared its head.
Known to create several problems in the proper functioning of the Outlook application, this error is essentially a constituent of the Norton Antivirus Crash Guard Symantec component. That’s why those using the Norton Antivirus program are most likely to encounter this error.
When the Thorconnwndclass error occurs, the Outlook closes unexpectedly, users encounter problems while sending or receiving emails and, performance of Outlook is degraded and this happens because issues arise while accessing the PST file. Because of this damaged PST file, stored data is unavailable for access.
Other factors that trigger the Thorconnwndclass error are listed below.
- Corrupt or damaged Outlook Add-ins
- Corrupt or damaged Outlook bar
- Unfinished Outlook installation
- Faulty settings
- Thorconnwndclass Norton is being used with Outlook
Regardless of the underlying factors that lead up to the occurrence of this error, it’s of paramount importance that workarounds are implemented to ensure desired performance of Outlook in the long run.
Further Information and Manual Repair
While there are several ways to rectify this error, some of the most common ones are listed below as follows.
- The most effective solution is the PST file repair tools available online. These tools use a complex algorithm and thoroughly scan the PST file and repair it as needed. This resolves the Thorconnwndclass error that one encounters in Outlook. Usually such software have an easy to use interface and can easily be used, without the need for the user to have a strong technical background. Another advantage of using these software available online is that they not only repair the file, but they often play a pivotal role in retrieving inaccessible or lost data.
Some other tips for manually resolving this problem are listed below as follows.
- First and foremost, disable your Norton Antivirus program if it’s installed on your system. Now, open the Outlook application in Safe Mode. Since this problem may also be triggered by damaged or corrupt Outlook add-ins, it is strongly advised that you disable or uninstall them. Now, you will come across some .dat files. Rename them by changing the existing .dat files to new .dat.
- Another useful approach is to employ the Inbox Repair tool offered by Outlook.
- Finally, one can also use the scanpst.exe file to fix any problem or error that resides within the Outlook application.