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Can't Right-click on C Drive... Getting Error


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WoKeN

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Hey guys, for some reason whenever I try to right-click on my C drive either using explore or through my computer i keep getting some Windows messaging error where my windows explore has to close briefly. Could anyone help me resolve this little issue i've encountered? I'd like to check my C drive's properties and this is preventing me from doing so..

Any help is very much appreciated.

EDIT: Wow I can't even right click my Boot-able CD or floppy disc drives without getting the same error... Infact I can't right-click much of anything


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Edited by WoKeN, 27 April 2005 - 06:36 PM.

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that's new....

start > run
eventvwr.exe
enter

look through the APPLICATIONS AND SYSTEM for errors (RED Xs) that occured at the time of the above error

What do you find?
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does that help at all?
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need you to click on some of those application errors
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my friend informed me that this was happening because I had a bad version of Alcohol 120% installed, and ever since i just uninstalled it, everything is working fine.
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nice to know...thanks
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