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Cannot open enything else than Internet or Virus Scan programs


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finpure

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HELP! a Month ago my computer was working just fine and next day (didnt make the post right away, thought someone could help)....it's not. Every time I try to open a folder (my documents, pictures, etc.), or right click and icon or run a program from my start menu I get a pop up window that says "Explorer.exe - Class not registered." I can use the internet
just fine but can't access any files from folders.
and ive even downloaded some programs that people say are helpful, they dont work because when i have downloaded and try to open em from mozilla firefox "downloads" i cant doube click to open em or when i right click and try to press "open" its gray... and when i put my computer on i get like 20 errors (from all the programs that windows try to open at the beginning) and all scans are availabe also (virus scans, internets only abailable to open) oh and, i think its worth to mention that formating isnt an option and there are rarely some other errors but based on the same thing... I've run virus scans and they say my computer isn't infected but what do I do?

Edited by finpure, 24 April 2010 - 04:56 PM.

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kristain

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You can try this it may solve your problem Start > Click Run & type:
regsvr32 ExplorerFrame.dll
Click OK.
If it doesn't help, then its quite possible that your ExplorerFrame.dll may have been corrupted and that you may have to be replace it with a 'good' one.
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finpure

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Well, i did try it but it didnt help... if its corrupted how do i fix it?? do i really have to format my computer?? since i cant find the CD's enymore...
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