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Just a quick one here, one I haven't been troubled by before so I'm puzzled. When I click on an icon for a partition including 'C' drive the command promt window appears whereas I do of course expect to see the folders on the drive. This has happened twice in the last few weeks, the first time I used 'system restore' but now I would like to know what the cause is as I don't want to have to right click the drive icon to access the menu each time and then click 'open'. The menu on the right click has 'Open command window here' at the top in bold, I have noticed on another system that it is not there.
I have also noticed that a picture folder on 'C' drive has added it's contents to my desktop picture options without my permission. Don't know if that is connected but if you can help it's much appreciated.
Steve. :)
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Try the fix here:Restore Right Click Properties

Scroll down to #203, right side.
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Hello and thanks for the reply. I have just tried the fix but it hasn't done the trick. Thanks anyway.
Steve
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Perhaps you could undo what is described here to add a Open Command Prompt Window
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