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Help with OFFLB.exe

By sboney ·
I have Office 2007 and ever since I loaded it on my computer, Mainly Word and Outlook along with other office programs will freeze. When I do ctrl, alt, delete, there is at least one listing of OFFLB.exe and usually 2-3 of them listed. Once I end them, the programs release and start working. But usually within a minute or so, the cycle repeats itself.

Does anyone know how to correct this problem?

Could it be faulty software?

Would it help if I upgrade my memory?

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Are you using a HP printer

by Jacky Howe In reply to Help with OFFLB.exe

http://forums.techarena.in/ms-office-support/951089.htm

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HP Printer

by sboney In reply to Are you using a HP printe ...

No, I am using a Brother printer. I was using a HP one prior to this and was having trouble too.

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Have you removed

by Jacky Howe In reply to HP Printer

all references to the HP printer. Use this as a template.
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Disconnect the printer from the PC
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Go to the Control Panel and click on Add/Remove Programs. Highlight any Printer Software that is listed here. Select Remove.
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From the Control Panel, click on Printers & Faxes. Right click the printer in question and select Delete
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Look at the Toolbar. Select File, then Server Properties. Look in the Drivers tab. Highlight the printers drivers listed here and click on Remove for each one.
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Reboot the PC. Do NOT reconnect the printer!
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Go to the website of your printer manufacturer. Look for new XP drivers for your model. Download the correct software.
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Run the exe file you just downloaded. It should auto-start the installation program
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The software will tell you when to connect the printer.
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Once the software is installed and the printer connected, Set the printer as the Default, try a test page. and check your notifications.
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