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Office 2007

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#1 hpjan


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Posted 13 October 2007 - 10:02 PM

I am new to this Forum - thank you to everyone for helping - here is my question -
i have a hp pavilion tablet - its a very cute little computer and after a lot of headaches i have Vista doing what it should. Now - Office 2007 has been giving me lots of problems. It is very slow and doing very simple tasks are aggravating. A very normal response is "not responding" the screen goes grey and sometimes it unfreezes by itself but often I need to shut down the program and start again. I have done a clean install of 2007 - with the help of a Microsoft agent, but it still doesn't work. HP had me turn off all but Microsoft programs and most programs worked much better the exception being Access. So is this a RAM problem? I am about to push HP to trade in my little tablet - but what do I want? help!

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Posted 14 October 2007 - 09:25 AM

How much RAM do you have?
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#3 hpjan

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Posted 14 October 2007 - 04:52 PM

2 gig
everything works fine in "safe mode" what does that mean?

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