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XPMedic My computer seems to freeze for no reason. (I think it might be my Outlook 2003 as I haven't opened Outlook, and my computer hasn't froze.) I downloaded XPMedic to assess the problem, but I have to pay for it in order for XPMedic to fix the problems. Am I doing something wrong? Also, what would you suggest I do if Outlook 2003 is causing the problem? I have XP, too.

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It would be very unusual for Outlook to cause this problem.
More likely that its a system data corruption.
What did you do which preceded this problem,,because that would be the easiest fix,,is to reverse what ever you have done to it.

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How do I fix "HP_DATA partition not found. Cannot capture data."

Is the HP Tools Partition still on the drive?
Right click Computer
Left click on Manage
Let Computer Management load
On the left is Disc Management
Click on it and on the right information about your local drives that are installed will load.
Your C drive should show up and it will list all partitions.
Does one of them says HP Tools?
Did this problem start after installing the Office software?
Does the HP Quicklook pop up come up every time you open Outlook?
If so have you gone in to see if its a program that you can uninstall from Add/Remove programs? If you can uninstall it do so.
I found this information when searching for hp quicklook
HP QuickLook is a Personal Information Manager (PIM) viewer for Microsoft Outlook 2003 and 2007. HP QuickLook caches Email, Calendar, Tasks, and Contact Information from Microsoft Outlook 2003 and 2007 and enables users to view and edit this data quickly from a notebook that is Off or in Hibernation mode (without having to open Microsoft Outlook first).
So if you don't need it, uninstall it. It could be causing the issue that you are having.

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How to Import PST file to Outlook

PST file or Personal Storage Table (.pst) is a file format used to store copies of messages, calendar data, notes and other personal setting in Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Exchange Client, and Windows Messaging. Prior to Outlook 2003, the maximum storage capacity of .pst file was of 2GB. The PST file keeps on changing its size with the arrival of new e-mails and deleting of old e-mails. Once the PST file size grows more than 2GB, the file would become unusable. Now Microsoft provides a tool named as PST2GB, which is used to truncate a PST file larger than 2 GB. After Outlook 2003 and in later versions, PST files are created using the Unicode format and have storage capacity of 20 GB.

Storing of data is very important especially in the age of hackers. You never know when you hardware crashes or the file becomes corrupted. Also, back up is required in case you shift your work to a different computer. You can import your new PST file to Outlook using the application’s interface. Let us have a look at the sequential procedure to import your PST file to Outlook in a different computer:

Step 1: Copy the PST file to the hard drive of the computer in which you have the Outlook application. If you have stored your PST file in a removable media or any CD/DVD-ROM, copy it to the local hard drive of the computer

Step 2: Right-click on the icon of PST file and select Properties

Step 3: Make sure that you have unchecked the Read-only box to be able to save the file. If you open the file in read only mode, you will only be able to read e-mail but not save them

Step 4: Start Microsoft Outlook either by clicking on the Outlook icon present on the desktop by finding the icon on Start-> All Programs->Microsoft Office -> Microsoft Office Outlook

Step 5: Click on the File Menu on the top of the screen

Step 6: Select “Import And Export -> Import from another program or file”. Once the window is open click on the “Next” button.

Step 7: A new window is open and select “Personal Folder File (.pst)" out of the multiple options. Click on Next-> Browse button. Find the location where you have save the PST file.

Step 8: Click “Next” followed by clicking “Finish” to finish the importing process. Restart the outlook to find all your e-mails and contacts stored.

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I work with ThinkPad L412 4403-4MG, i5, OS -windows 7. From time to time the notebook is frozen. I have to agressively shut down through the main power and resume operation through the main button. What...

There's a few reasons why a laptop might freeze randomly.

1) The laptop could be overheating. If the freezing usually happens after the computer is on for a long time or under heavy usage, it might be getting too hot. Try using it on a hard surface or buying a laptop cooling pad that has built-in fans if this might be the problem.

2) It might be a system error. Open the Control Panel and do a search in the upper right-hand corner for 'event log'. When it comes up on the screen, click it and the Event Viewer will open. (See attached picture). Click on the System link on the left and see if there are any errors (a bright red exclamation point) from around the time that the laptop froze. They will all be time-stamped and should provide more information if that's what is going on.

3) If it does not seem to be from heat and there are no event logs showing a major system malfunction, there might be something more serious wrong with it, like a faulty RAM module or a bad hard drive. If it is still under warranty, I would recommend contacting either Lenovo's technical support; or, if this is a work laptop, your company's internal support to see if they have any further information.

Hope this is helpful!

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While i am on my laptop playing a game or a video it will just freeze and shutdown. What may be the problem

the system seems to be overheating... every proc is set with a safegaurd to save itself before everything goes kaboom this is system freeze though annoying to humans it is the haven of computers... what i would suggest is get the fan vents cleaned... it has lint stuck in the vents and think of using a table laptop stand with fans in it cos i assume u r a die hard gaming fan this will help...

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My dell insp 6000 was freezing up anytime i picked it up. i was downloading updates when it froze and i had to restart. now i have a code 10 when i try to install drivers for the intel 2915 abg card. i...

You need to have more RAM instlaled on your computer. Most times when computers freeze up, it means that there is not enough RAM available. Another reason could be because of a virus. I would firts get the RAM and replace it with a larger RAM stick, then if that does not work, it may potentially be a virus.

Nov 28, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook

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When powering on the computer freezes on the ''Acer'' opening page. Tried to hit F2 to go into setup and it froze there too.

try logging in to safe mode. if it freezes still i suspect your OS (operating system) is corrupted. you might need to reformat it.

May 16, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Outlook 2003 problem

Save the document to your computer, Right click on the attachment, select "open with", then select MS Word.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

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Curser freezes

When you said your cursor freeze, does the computer still respond or the whole computer froze. If the computer froze, then it could be anything from, memory, hard drive, cpu, or mainboard. Does the keyboard works, if just the cursor freeze, try using a usb mouse.

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My frind hasn't used her laptop for a while and now it has frozen and wants to know how to restart

Try pressing and holding the power button for about 10-15 seconds. This will turn off the laptop. She can then press the power button to turn it back on. If it freezes again then there may be bigger problems.

Hope this helps! : )

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