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WINDOWS EXPLORER causes illegal operation


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For some reason, now whenever I try to use Windows Explorer & open ANY file - it tells me some illegal operation has occurred & shuts down explorer... same thing happens when I try to explore folders via MY COMPUTER or even the FILE SEARCH function... I don't GET IT?????
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Goto START>RUN and type sfc /scannow

You will need your Win CD in order to fix the corrupted windows system files, if found by scan.
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