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Rebooting is the only thing to fix it, but even then I can only use Explorer normally for maybe half an hour before it starts locking up again. Install a File Management Tool to replace explorer. This is a seriousl problem as made apparent by this thread. The problem stops as soon as I'm connected to the VPN (I only connect when I'm working, always-on is a no-go) or remove the network path in Explorer (a no-go, because pop over to these guys

I did do both though. We'll look at some of the things that can cause IExplore.exe to crash, and steps you can take. Full instructions in the kb2623670 article. Such solutions must be from a third party developer, which due to some reason, do not recognize explorer.exe process.

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So, I moved directories out of my c:\Users\ direcory into another temporary location and retried theopenoperation. Thanks. I don't drive usually to not get stressed.

There are some free applications available that can detect and recover the data when Windows Explorer doesn't even see it... Please verify your claim before down vote. –Dummy Oct 5 '14 at 20:38 Thanks, I'll try that and report back afterwards (and accept if it works well). –Foo Bar This application can be used to perform #1 and 2 suggestions except for disabling the unecessary Services. 4. Windows Explorer Crashing When Copying Files You can also open a Support Request at Microsoft or visit our TWC Forums if you need additional help.

My computer is running slow; load times of everything are at a crawl. Windows Explorer Crashing Windows 7 This is a nightmare - simple things takes TOO long to do! Same to bring up the right-click menu. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/bdfc446f-7f5f-448e-8022-5ee9c0e89126/windows-explorer-slow-performance-deleting-moving-and-renaming-files?forum=w7itproperf If for some reason that box is displayed improperly - say off the screen, or behind the application's main window - then it will appear as if the application is hung as it

also via elevated command prompt - no worky. Windows 10 File Explorer Very Slow ChicanoMar 22, 2013, 10:23 PM alexoldshane said: Apparently my wife had backed up the drive more or less prior to it failing. MRU list?). Can I boot up my PC anyway just to make sure everything is working?

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Thursday, April 29, 2010 8:24 AM 0 Sign in to vote Again, I cleaned desktop, and recycle bin, closed and restarted explorer (From Task Manager) and file/folder operations started working at my site Reply Brian Winney November 19, 2016 at 8:30 am When this comes on the screen It states that BT. Windows Explorer Crashing Windows 10 ATTRIB -S -H Thumbs.db (to make it visible and deletable!) DEL Thumbs.db (to delete the file) (it will be re-built automatically) Give it a try, it sure helped me. Windows Explorer Freezes Windows 7 Tuesday, November 24, 2009 9:31 PM 0 Sign in to vote Same problem here with Windows 7 64bits Ultimate Tuesday, December 01, 2009 1:18 AM 0 Sign in to vote I

I have AVG's PCTuneup installed and it already has all the tweak stuff done. i thought about this I am using Vista Home Professional. Thursday, January 05, 2012 12:14 PM 0 Sign in to vote This is so disappointing that we cannot get MS to jump in here and help. But it isn't. Windows Explorer Freezes Windows 10

I changed the folder property to general items, now my folder opens like a breeze. If I click on the X when the non response is happening I get a system crash. MICROSOFT FLACKS TAKE NOTE: If that was the kind of user experience that I wanted, I'd be running Linux on my desktop and greeting each newly discovered failure of the user my site Do you know how to do that?

Windows expects a running program to "interact" with Windows, and respond to Windows' requests in a timely fashion. Windows Explorer Hangs When Opening Folders When it is not connected things are normal. If you find any, list them here.

Press Ctrl-Shift-Esc to bring up the Windows Task Manager and switch to the performance tab.

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If I re-open Explorer the problem is still there - I can view folders and open files, but can't rename or move anything. My high-end system completely freezes when renaming, moving or deleting large video files (mostly .VLC >= 8GB). What I've I done? http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-explorer/windows-explorer-suddenly-very-slow.html so it's not the antivirus brand itself but corrupted antivirus files.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010 7:29 PM 0 Sign in to vote Same numerous issues as described above... Check if your folder or the drive your folder is located on is listed there. Don't mess with the registry or services unless you know what you are doing and KNOW the purpose (if any) of anything you delete. Sorry not very helpful in that bit.Currently connecting to the HDD via SATA.

While it's there you can scan it with the installed anativirus and delete use and system temp files. so don't format it... If you do install one of these, download the Home or free editions.. I have disabled Windows Search on both computers to no help, I've "clean booted" both machines which also didn't help.

I have 2 internal SATA-disks, one WD passport connected via high speed USB2, and I have an NAS server as backup server. Eventually, I will get the confirmation window, bit there are several wasted minutes per file. Seriously guys! When try to rename is like some other process grab the file.

but the immediate problem is detecting the HDD first, and I have already suggested all possible means that I know of... I say, if you can drive in Italy without scratching your paint, bumping your car or breaking a side mirror, you are a pro when coming back home! As for politics, it's all the same... At thispoint, I'm going to talk to Symantec support.

The System File Checker will on reboot, replace corrupt system files, if any are found. 11) Type wercon in your Start Menu Search bar and hit enter to open the Problem Reports Yes - that sounds cynical. I got the hotfix, but it has not helped me. Reply Virginia Blythe November 6, 2016 at 8:12 am I am having trouble with all games that I play on GSN.

The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error."I can't find anything whatsoever on this error.