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Windows Explorer Error

WIN7 64bit

Best Answer Smithy1 , 20 March 2015 - 01:00 AM

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All windows collapses, if the explorer fails. Microsoft must invest more to prevent failures .
The real business of windows is the service. A windows user lives in fear of the following:
1. Number of open windows
2. Virus
3. Damage the windows if I upgrade ?
4. Blue Screen
5. Bugs
6. My machine is slow , very slow.


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The best utility for windows is Freeze this, i am use Deep Freeze an mi desktop have 2 years work fine...


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Hi Rockmilk, I am only able to start in safe mode. I will however try to do a clean boot and come back to you.


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Okay Rockmilk,

 

I have been able to open in safe mode and then performed a clean boot install and it worked and opened up my PC.

 

I then tried to start normally and the machine would not start.


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I suggest you get help in the malware forum. make a new post there.


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Okay,

 

Have been able to log in without the BSOD, windows explorer keeps crashing.


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As I said, get clear for malware ... :)


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