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Rick1341

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I recently uninstalled Panda Antivirus and have been having trouble with Microsoft Outlook ever since. It will start up normally but when I open email it will tale a minute of more to open. It goes to a white screen first and will sometimes freeze. I have looked for both Spyware and Virus' and found nothing. Thanks in advance for any assistance offered on this matter.
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Use scanpst.exe to scan your PST file for possible errors.
Please note, if you PST file is over 1gb, scan, backup, and fixing takes ALOT of time, so be patient!

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I have tried the scan.pst and, although it did detect and fix some errors, it did not solve my problem. There is a detect and repair utility built into Microsoft Outlook which I have also run to no avail. I wonder if I should try reinstalling MS Office.
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I have tried iuninstalling MS Office 2003 and reinstalled and am still having the same problem.
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Perhaps this might help:
http://www.pcreview....ead-1854122.php

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