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Data Access Pages slow down with Windows XP SP2

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I have just installed SP2 for XP Pro, and all of a sudden, my data
access pages that use OWC have slowed to a crawl. The pages themselves
have not changed at all.

The bottle-neck seems to be a bound drop down list, which retrieves
about 10000 records. Previously, it took maybe 5 seconds to fully
populate the drop down list, now that has become over one minute, with
Internet Explorer gobbling up 100% of CPU cycles.

It does not matter how complex or simple the query that acts as the
data source is - it seems to be only sensitive to the number of
records received.

Oddly, other controls do not seem to have been so significantly
affected.

I have followed all of the directions I can find about relaxing
security measures which can harm OWC / DAPs.

Has anyone noticed this? Any ideas what might be causing it? Any
fixes? Any solutions? HEELLLPPP!!

Thanks,

Nick Tompson
Nov 13 '05 #1
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