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Windows Explorer has gone nuts.


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ILoveDaniel

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My computer is out to get me and I'm sure of it. I have googled this problem but have received no help yet. For example, I am looking through my music and I will just be scrolling down, it will refresh itself all the way back up to the top and keeps doing it. The same exact thing happens with other Windows Explorer folders. If I leave my music open in windows explorer and I go to look at another task, say this browser or something, my taskbar will lock up every few minutes because windows explorer will refresh itself. It's getting unbearable lately...anything I can do? Sorry if this should've went in Malware or something, but I didn't think it should've.
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There must be something running in the background causing this behavior. I have heard of some Instant Messenger programs like Ysahoo instant messenger csusing this to happen.

Edited by cmw2010, 25 July 2007 - 06:59 PM.

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Dang it are you kidding me? Is there any way I can fix this without uninstalling Yahoo, or not? :whistling:
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