Vista Windows Update for Office 2007 SP2 64 gives the lack of free memory message in Outlook 2007

Computer is Vista 64 SP1 with 4 GB of memory.  Windows Update upgraded me to Office 2007 SP2 and IE8 yesterday.  Since Outlook opened correctly but gives the message "cannot start the processing service.  There are not enough pages... "When, it is virtually the only program running.  Subfolders cannot be opened, but the emails can be downloaded and sent

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