Windows Explorer crashes after every boot/restart

#1
Heloo friends new to this forum and this is my first post.......

I am facing a strange problem and have been looking for a solution but cant find one........
My problem is.....
whenever i boot my PC or restart it......it reaches the desktop and everything seems fine.......but the moment i try to open any folder or "my computer" or "My documents" it just freezes and then i have to close that program(via end task) and then it works normally without any problem......then it never crashes......

Then the same would repeat after the next restart.........don't know whats wrong........it just happens once after every restart.....:(

My configuration( if needed)
P4, 2.66 ghz, 1 GB ram, 32-bit operating system
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#2
Hello and welcome to the Windows7 Forums,
this could be due to an entry add to the right-click context menu.

Download this program to disable any new entries:.....
ShellExView v1.37

ShellExView - Shell Extension Manager For Windows
 


#3
Hello and welcome to the Windows7 Forums,
this could be due to an entry add to the right-click context menu.

Download this program to disable any new entries:.....
ShellExView v1.37

ShellExView - Shell Extension Manager For Windows
Hi, thank you so much for responding.......:)

I have downloaded the ShellExView v1.37 you gave me the link for......is it possible for you to please explain me in detail as to what to do....
........sorry not an expert with this thing........:(

I really cant wait to get rid of this problem........
Thanks in advance !!!!
 


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reghakr

Essential Member
#4
Did you look at the readme.txt file in the directory you placed the files in?
 


#5
Did you look at the readme.txt file in the directory you placed the files in?
Yes i read the readme file.......so do i need to disable all the red highlighted type of folders ??????
Or do i just need to disable the ones which are created by the software that i installed ?????
 


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