OST File 2013 Repair

How to repair 2013 OST file?

“Hi friends!!! I am not able to open my OST file from past few weeks. I will get an error message indicating cannot open OST file, whenever I try opening. After this situation, I tried my level best to repair 2013 OST file by using many third party applications. But still I couldn’t successed, is there any software to overcome this problem?” Thank you in advance

Completely yes, experts have come up with excellent software called Remo Covert OST to PST to solve such issues within few simple steps.

More about OST Files 2013:

OST stands for Offline Storage Table that is present in Microsoft Outlook. With the help of this offline folders users have the chance to work offline and later coordinate with Exchange server. 2013 OST files is recent version developed by Microsoft Corp with advanced technologies. These OST files 2013 are very helpful when there is low or no network connection and save a local copy on users desktop. Sometimes, if Exchange server crashes due to abnormal circumstances like hardware conflicts, software clashes etc. then OST files cannot be accessed.

Other scenarios for OST file 2013 corruption:

  • When Exchange server fails to synchronize with OST files 2013 then it results in corruption
  • While working on OST file 2013, if there is sudden power loss makes OST file inaccessible
  • Terminating your Windows system without accurately closing OST file  2013 leads to corruption
  • Malware infections is other major reason for OST file 2013 corruption

When you come across issues like mentioned above, close OST files properly and then again launch. Always keeping a copy of vital data in external storage devices is best option to beat corruption scenarios. If you do have don’t Panic!!! Here is an ideal repairing tool called Remo Convert OST to PST to perform OST File 2013 repair effortlessly.

Why Remo Covert OST to PST to repair 2013 OST File?

This software is designed with strong scanning algorithms so that repairing 2013 OST file can be done in less span of time. Repair OST files on different versions of Outlook like 2000, 2007, 2003, 2010 and so on. In order to support all kinds of users it is designed with simple user interface. 24*7 technical team will available to solve any kind of disturbances during establishment, 2013 OST file repair etc. This tool is compatible on latest editions of Windows operating system like Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2003, Windows 2008 etc.

Important things to keep in mind:

  • Make use of upgraded antivirus software to scan your Windows system so that dreadful viruses can be prevented
  • If there is simultaneous power loss/fluctuations, do not try to synchronize OST file 2013 and Exchange server
  • Connect your Windows system to UPS before performing any operations on Offline Storage Table so that unexpected scenarios can be avoided
  • In any virus free drive or storage device preserve a copy of important OST files to overcome such corruption issues

 

 
 

Procedure to Repair 2013 OST File :

Step 1: Download and install Remo OST to PST Converter software. Run the application by double clicking on desktop shortcut or via start menu. The main screen shows two options, "Open OST File” and “Find OST File”. Make use of "Open OST File" option to choose your OST file if you know its exact location or use “Find OST File” option to search for your OST file.

Repair 2013 OST File  - Main Screen

Figure A: Main Screen

Step 2: After this, use browse button to locate the OST file which needs to be converted and click on next to start the process

OST File 2013 Repair - Browse OST File

Figure B: Browse OST File

Step 3: Moniter OST to PST coversion process through progress bar.

How to repair 2013 OST file? - Progress Screen

Figure C: Progress Screen

Step 4: Choose the destination location and Click on “Convert” option to start the conversion process. After conversion process, you’ll get a notification message like “OST file conversion completed”.

 Repairing 2013 OST file? - Select Destination Path

Figure D: Select Destination Path