OneNote 2010 not syncing correctly

I have OneNote 2010. It is set to keep any "Notes" to my server (network) share. It does this. However, if I take my laptop off site and then come back, it has recently started to not sync correctly. If I add to my "notes", the local copy I see on my laptop doesn't have everything after the sync. I can see it on the server share after I double click the notebook that's on the share, but not otherwise. If I close and open again, it is back to missing things. Any ideas as what is causing the issue?
OS is Windows 7.
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ded9Commented:
After connecting the laptop  ..just reboot the system. After rebooting try syncing post results.



Can also try the steps mentioned in this article. Make sure all onenote updates are installed.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/onenote-help/view-the-synchronization-status-of-shared-notebooks-HA010388626.aspx



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hbleemelAuthor Commented:
It ended up being an update needed from MS. Once we installed the update we no longer had sync issues.
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hbleemelAuthor Commented:
After not receiving much feedback (or a working solution) I was able to find this solution.
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