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can't open downloads folder Windows 10

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Best Answer daniel.karakas , 11 November 2021 - 02:20 PM

Thank you resolved, was able to fix it by restarting and doing a fourth system file check after the system restore.  After getting it to work I also implemented your suggestion.Thanks! Go to the full post »


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daniel.karakas

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Recently I have not been able to open my downloads folder. I tried to resolve the issue by doing a system file check, that didn’t work and I tried a system restore which also didn’t work.

 

Running Windows 10 on my desktop with:

 

Intel® Core™ i5-6400 CPU @ 2.70GHz   2.71 GHz

RAM      8.00 GB

64-bit operating system, x64-based processor

 

Thanks! In advanced.

 


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Hello,

 

Have you seen this ?

 

What about this option.
 
Solution 2: Optimize the Downloads Folder for General Items
 
See here,
 
 
scroll down to Solution 2.

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✓  Best Answer

Thank you resolved, was able to fix it by restarting and doing a fourth system file check after the system restore. 

 

After getting it to work I also implemented your suggestion.

Thanks!


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Great news !


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