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  1. Lounger
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    I am running a 2 year old unit with an Intel Celeron CPU with XP Professional on which I have installed Office 2010.
    It has not missed a beat until something I did caused a message to be displayed -

    "PowerPoint has detected that your graphics card may not be configured properly for an optimal slide show experience".

    I have had this problem before and cured it but have forgotten what I did. I have a vague recollection that the problem stems from Internet Explorer.
    Can someone help.

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    It may be worth checking the graphics card web site for new drivers, or to reinstall the drivers. This could very well be corupted drivers.
    BACKUP...BACKUP...BACKUP
    Have a Great Day! Ted


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