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1. I am not able to open attached files, other than Acrobat, Text etc. The typical file is not accesable. MS says this has always been that way in Outlook. I use Outlook 2003, and have since it came out, and I was always able to open these files. 2. I find that my Sound Icon is gone, as well as my Calculator. I use both frequently, and this is annoying, butnot like the attachments. I use WebRoot as protection, as well as sitting behind a home based router. Untill last week, we have not been networked, but this has not created a problem; as the problems were there first. Oh, I know another one. My printer driver has been deleted several times, and I had to reinstall. The last time I had the system "search" for a compatable driver, and it found one that works but not correctly; but it has not been deleted since then either. Do I have a common problem? I have located and isolated several viruses and Malware etc. I have run Registry to check on registry, and it finds no problems.

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The simplest things to fix are your sound icon and your calculator. To get your sound icon back down in the taskbar, click Start, Control Panel, Sounds and Audio Devices, and check the box beside "Place volume icon in the taskbar". For the calculator, click Start, All Programs, Accessories, Calculator. You can click and drag the calculator off the list and onto your desktop, or right-click and make a shortcut to the desktop.

For the Outlook problem, try this: Click Help, then Detect and Repair. I don't know if this will work. As for the rest of it, I can't help.

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