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I DID EVERTHING ON THIS SITE AND STILL SYSFADER


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dceasy

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I VE TRIED IT ALL everything on this site and still have the problem. I can't get into my computer search control panel and any folder on the desktop. I can however get into run and access my files this way. Ive learned to live with it the past few weeks and fear it may get worse. I have spybotSD ,microsoft antispyware beta1, trojan hunter4, spysubtact, winsockxpFix, Ad-ware SE, cw shredder, vx2cleaner, windows malware remover and nothing has removed the sysfader problem so i dont believe it is or its just not being picked up by those programs. I have a Nvidia 64-bit integrated video card and some one said to turn off fade options I did and it didnt work and just about everything else PLEASE help or maybe enlightn me on something I haven't tried. I have xp sp2 if you need more info to help let me know. :tazz:
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Did you insert XP CD, cancel when loaded, click start then run then type sfc /scannow then press enter to replace missing system files, you get a blue bar which goes off when checked
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Experiment:

In Internet Explorer, Tools - Internet Options - Advanced and clear the checkbox on Enable Third Party Browser Extensions

Close IE

Can you open your folders?
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Thanks qerryf unchecking tird party extensions worked i can now open everything. Much love. It's greatly appreciated :tazz: ;) ;) :) :) :) :) :)
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