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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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