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last night i downloaded gozilla for the purpose of scheduling download tasks while i'm away from my desk. not only didn't gozilla download anything but my pc was sluggish when i returned to my desk several hours later. i then ran net vampire which i've used a few times in the past with no problems at all. everything was fine for awhile until i was midway in the process of transfering files from one folder to another then i suddenly got an error message that said something like "windows explorer has encountered an error and will shut down". everytime i open the folder that message pops up and closes my folder and the problem has spread to the 2 other folders i had transfered files to. no other folder in my directory is affected, only the 1 folder where the downloaded files were sent and the 2 folders where i transfered files to. i uninstalled gozilla but the problem persists. i doubt the problem is the files themselves since i've downloaded them manually in the past with no problem. i read on another board that some with similar problems had a virus but i've ran everything from norton to adaware to hijack this and i'm clean so i'm not sure what the problem is. i don't know if this is relevant but the files i downloaded were mpegs, mp3's, jpegs, wavetables and ens files for Reaktor. can anyone offer any suggestions on how to correct this problem? thanks
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Once your figure that one out let me know. Its really annoying, seconds after going into a file to have an error message come up. I usually just move the message to the side and keep doing what I was doing.
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