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Windows 2000 Microsoft Apps Not Working Right

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#1 jonnysz28a


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Posted 29 June 2006 - 07:23 AM

:thumbsup: I installed Shareaza on my computer this week now few of my microsoft applications work correctly. If I try to print (from IE or Excel the program freezes) It took about 20 minutes to reboot my computer, hoping that would help. After reboot it took another 10 minutes or so to log on. My computer is on a network, Shareaza asked me to reconfigure network settings. I lost all connections so I changed the IP and Gateway addresses back. It takes unusually long for IE to open and Microsoft Outlook keeps freezing up on me and says it can't find the server. I'm using Outlook for interenet email, although we do have an exchange server it looks for that stores the emails and contacts. Even trying to run microsoft programs like defrag and scandsk takes forever just to access the window. I have tried defragging, that had absolutely no affect! Please help! Oh, I also ran a spyware scan w/ Microsofts spyware scan, nothing came up, I then went to the page on Bleepingcomputer that's supposed to search for spyware and hijackers and I didn't get a message saying there was any! :-( Any help available would be totally appreciated

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