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Outlooks 2007 Crashing\ Showing Blank Message Window

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I have a user who is running Windows XP x64. Recently the user's Outlook 2007 x86 has been crashing. After Outlook is left running for a bit, when he goes to open a message the body is blank (or see through). The application does not hang but he cannot see any messages. Restarting Outlook seems to temp fix the issue. Not sure at this point if it is an issue with Outlook or a display\video card problem.

I have tried updating video drivers, reinstalling Office, Recreating mail profile, but none of these seemed to have worked.

Any help would be appreciated.
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UWS-BCH earned 500 total points
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Go into add and remove programs and run a repair on Office.
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I tried running a repair in office as well as a fresh reinstall. No Luck.
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