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Namir

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OK, This may sound a bit bizarre but whenever I open a folder it goes straight to search results.
If I right Click a folder I can select open. But Search... is on top of the list and in bold.

This problem aroused when I was using the folder options to try and change the icons the folder uses. So if someone can save me I would appreciate it.

Thank You in advance,
Tim

I have windows xp sp 2
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Never mind, I actually solved the problem by telling explorer to open it when I click it. Wasn't to hard really.
However, This leads me to an offshoot problem, My first attempt failed and folder options won't let me delete the first protocol I made so My second protocol had to be named open1 instead of open. Is their anyway to delete the first protocol I made in favor of the second one. Everything is working fine, it's just for aesthetics.
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Ok, In addition to the above post, Whenever I open a folder it insists on a new window.
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Maybe you would have better luck by checking out this link.

http://www.dougknox.com/
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