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Mike Savad

1 Year Ago

Computer Problem - Context Menu Windows 7

when i right click over the main directory (of explorer the left side pane), it crashes. it resets explorer. i can right click in the other pane though. i know it's something not compatible or the like, but i don't know how to get to it. i downloaded something called Shell EX View, which lets me remove some of it, but it's a pain to use. another said to use AutoRun which i already have, but it's not showing me the context menu.

it's real annoying, you don't realize how often you use it until this happens.

any other program you know of i can look inside and remove the dumb stuff? i'm guessing it's a conflict or something. thanks


---Mike Savad

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Lynn Palmer

1 Year Ago

I generally run Microsoft's Fixit Program to clean up Internet Explorer. Since issues pop up with some frequency I've bookmarked the page.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/318378

There's a different link for IE in Windows 8.

 

Chuck De La Rosa

1 Year Ago

This may or may not help, but at least there are some things you can try:
http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-debugging/19169-right-click-causes-explorer-crash-fix.html

@Lynn, Mike's issue is with the Windows Explorer file manager, not IE.

 

Mike Savad

1 Year Ago

neat, whatever mr fix it did, it seemed to work. odd though that the only thing it fixed were two vulnerabilities. nothing i'd consider context related. i can only assume a link was broken and it fixed it? in either case it seems to work now, i saved the program for later on. thanks

i'll keep the thread open should anyone have any other tools that work on other things.

---Mike Savad

 

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