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belmontboy2001

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I get this message everytime i open my videos folder. Then windows explorer restarts. Only this 1 folder does this (so far). This folder contains a bunch of free music videos i downloaded from Azureus Vuze. This folder crashes Windows Media Center, Windows Player, Quicktime, anything that tries to access files in this folder crashes. I know..i know... you're thinking virus, so am i. My question is should i just delete the folder and carry on or is there something that can be done for this? Is this a virus or vista problem?

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belmontboy2001

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Hey thanks for all your help....you guys are awsome, great insight into my issue.


So i uninstalled a pirated version of nero 7 for vista and most all my problems were gone.........

If you are downloading software and the blogs say there is a virus i guess there really is one.
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belmontboy2001,

Glad you got your problem fixed. It is generly not a good idea to get pirated version of any software for just that reason. Not to mention if any tech support site finds out like this one and you need help with it we will not support it.
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