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Outlook 2000 Using 256 MB + memory


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I need help. I have run every virus protection (NAV, Mcaffe including Stinger, CA, Panda, etc that I can think of, several spyware programs (Spybot S&D, Spyhunter, Registry Mechanic, The Cleaner, ewido, etc.) and can find nothing in the form of malware causing my problem. Outlook opens slowly and then according to Task Manager takes off and use 256meg and has gone as high as 280+ MB of ram. ANy ideas what is causing this?
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You can open Word, click help then detect and repair, which will repair all Office programmes

The only loss caused by uninstalling Office then re-installing will be the e-mails in Outlook. If that isn't a problem then re-install

If you have a lot of e-mails you need to keep then try here

http://support.micro...kb;en-us;287070

This applies to 2002
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I have already done a repair and reinstall. No help.
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I have tried all the suggestions I could get in Malware, and that does not seem to be the problem http://www.geekstogo...showtopic=61973


Someone PLEASE help me!
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I have resolved the problem. See other thred. Thanks!
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