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Old 03-25-2010, 01:06 AM
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Hi
One of my users keeps having problems with outlook 2007.
The PC Sometimes loses the graphics on outlook.The problem started about 2 weeks ago and i have googled the place flat.
Basically he will open an email and then all of a sudden the top part of outlook disappears the buttons are obviously still there but you can't see then unless you move your mouse over the top menu then some will reappear .He has to restart his outlook every time and then it will be fine for about 2 hours . He is a heavy mail user and this is starting to frustrate him .The biggest problem is he is my CEO. Any suggestions will be appreciated.The system is as follows:
Intel d41 motherboard,
2gb DDR 800mhz ram
500gb Hard drive
intel Core 2 Quad 2.66Ghz cpu
nvidia nvs quad display card (with latest forceware drivers installed)
Windows XP SP3
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