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If you don’t have an external graphic card installed, then you will have a integrated display adapter embedded on your motherboard. I bought Asus N53SN and cannot find why the crashes appear. Reply Gaz September 3, 2011 at 7:01 am # Yoga, you are 'the man'! Microsoft Explorer is not Responding Again The only obvious change is that I plugged in a USB External Drive 2TB. http://webgeninfosystems.com/windows-explorer/windows-explorer-lag-crashes.html

Also Un-check all the others entries which you found unwanted (You can uncheck all the 3rd party programs from here for time being). Disable such handlers and see if the problem persists. Thank you again have a great day. Then I repeated the step. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2694911

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So what should I do? But, it won't run my graphics software.... Switch to the Tools tab and select the Check Now button under Error-checking 4. Solution 1 worked for me.

Reply Techexpert March 26, 2016 at 9:08 am You're most welcome!! Ubuntu is looking better and better... Cody The first solution worked for me. Windows Explorer Is Restarting Again And Again I have never used it.

I can only access some of my apps and run some programs when i start my pc in safe mood with cmd. Windows Explorer Is Not Responding Windows 7 Let us know the result. If not, the disk might be damaged. The downloaded files will probably be an executable.

It contains the following key name: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.7z Thanks again! Windows Explorer Not Responding Windows 10 How to fix error 0xc000021a in Windows 8 and 10 September 15, 2015 185 SOLVED: The User Profile Service failed the logon May 12, 2014 135 How to Fix DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN on Have a great day Thanks Reply Tommie June 30, 2016 at 8:21 pm Method 8 worked for me as well! Solution number 7 was great :) It survived me from some hastily comments on re-installation of windows.

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Reply Anonymous December 24, 2010 at 8:57 pm # Thank you so much! https://appuals.com/best-fix-windows-explorer-has-stopped-working/ Trojan removal tool 2. Windows Explorer Has Stopped Working Windows 7 I'll shut down the TV, and the computer will... Windows Explorer Crashing Windows 7 Martin Clift: Worked a treat for me, many thanks!...

install the "windows black (normal select) cursor" 4. http://webgeninfosystems.com/windows-explorer/windows-explorer-help.html Uninstall and then re-install the EgisTec MyWinLocker. 2. Yet, I never restore the registry editor to its default status. E.g. Windows Explorer Has Stopped Working Loop

Make sure you update drivers for the hardware as well (especially video card)Solution 4: Scan the system with security softwareA virus or other malicious software might be the cause for the you read whole of the article and didnt find out they talking about WINDOWS EXPLORER ! I started my education in Stone Age Bavaria in 1947. (Yes I actually learned to read and write on a Stone Tablet.) So look at me now!!!!!!!!! have a peek here Method 9: Replace your computer RAM (Random Access Memory).

You're awesome! Windows Explorer Has Stopped Working When Copying Files Click on Start menu and click on search bar or RUN. Uninstall all the unwanted and unknown applications from computer's control panel.

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Every time I right clicked in File Explorer running Windows 8.1 and Start8 shell, File Explorer crashed. Windows explorer keeps crashing for almost everything i click on. All you have to do is just make your reach to the command prompt, in the following way. Windows Explorer Has Stopped Working Black Screen I cant do anything in my pc...plz suggest me.

IF you are still getting the error message. KarpSnippet view - 1997View all »Common terms and phrasesapplication automatically backup batch file BIOS Bluetooth boot browser button cache Chapter choose click OK codec Command Prompt Command Prompt window Configuration connection PRO TIP: If the issue is with your computer or a laptop/notebook you should try using the Reimage Plus Software which can scan the repositories and replace corrupt and missing files. Check This Out It can't do it and it says win.ex.

Click on arrow of the "Event Viewer" (Expand it) on that window. (You can also type "eventviewer" on search bar and click on found evenviewer) Click on arrow of the "Windows The winSxS system allows that. I don't know if that could cause issues too? Norton was the agent causing the troubled and now is disable.

Same problem in safe mode. Reply elly January 2, 2017 at 5:31 pm The program explorer.exe version 6.1.7601.17514 stopped interacting with Windows and was closed. In the msconfig window click on Services tab, here you'll get all the start-up services list, click on "Hide Windows Services" all the windows related services will be hidden. Visit your motherboard’s manufacturers website (The one whose logo splashes when you power on your system) to get updated drivers for your onboard graphic adapter.

Thanks. Just to bad my solution was the bottom one ;) Reply Martin Brinkmann February 14, 2012 at 11:25 am # I'm glad that you were able to fix your problem. Same Culprit jeka69 As of this writing 6 months has transpired since this comment of yours posted and it helps me still. Reply Logan December 16, 2015 at 10:48 pm None of this worked.

You'll get a msconfig window. Solution 1: Scan for Malwares using Malwarebytes Malwares, spywares and adwares can also trigger the issue when they interfere with Windows Services. It helped me a lot.... Run SFC Scan to repair system files using this command: SFC /scannow 2.

That’s why I run SFC every time I load any major update so it records the changes and knows what files and their sizes are supposed to be present. Now right click on each item and choose Disable button to disable them all. Found file wzshlex.DLL in event viewer. I needed to install a program as the administrator and I was logged in as the administrator, but I couldn't install program.

Reply Sonya Finkey November 15, 2011 at 11:51 pm # In Windows 7 Pro 32-bit, this message appeared while I was changing the appearance in Classic style. Richters has a solution that works, and I have tried a lot of them that haven't, for me. Awesome!