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Win Explorer crashing--consistently!

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I'm having some stupid troubles with my Windows Explorer. I've done what seems like everything in an attempt to fix it, but alas I cannot find the source of the problems.

As I see now, my Windows Explorer crashes when viewing a folder with .mdf/.mds files (Alcohol 120%). This can be remedied by going into file types in Win Explorer and setting them to open with Alcohol 120% manually, but this problem returns later, regardless.

A crash also occurs when I right click on either of my system drives (C & D--two partitions on one physical drive).

I've run chkdsk -f on both, and it found some problems on C, which it seems to have fixed. The problem still persists, though. Any help would be greatly appreciated. :tazz:

EDIT: I have WinXP SP 2, btw.

Edited by ieatjackets, 17 May 2005 - 03:36 PM.

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