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Outlook 2007 slow to open

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Jarrad, Apr 2, 2008.

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  1. Jarrad

    Jarrad Thread Starter

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    Lately when I launch Outlook 2007 it will show the splash screen and then take about 5 minutes of sitting there before the program actually opens up and is functional. I got a serious spyware infection a couple of days ago and was messing with system services and startup items and one of the times I restarted my computer when I opened outlook, it was back to being immediate. Now, the spyware is gone, I have all my Microsoft services running again and the slow opening of outlook problem is back again.

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. PLACEBOID

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    I suggest reinstalling Outlook as sometimes if windows gets messed up it effects Outlook. It has happened to me a few times at work and reinstalling outlook has fixed the problem. However it is prudent to backup all your outlook data first in case something happens like your computer crashing or a power failure during the install. Good Luck!

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  3. PLACEBOID

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    How did you go with this mate?

    I assume that you defragged and did a system cleanup after removing the malware?
     
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