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Error In Explorer.exe

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#1 julian06


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Posted 06 January 2008 - 03:14 AM

Hello to everybody. I'd like someone to be able to help me and fix an issue which is very boring in my Windows XP Home SP 2. Well, everytime I click on My Computer or some other folder, usually not the ones in My Documents, a terrible Windows error message appears by saying..."an error is occurred in Explorer. exe. The application will be closed"... I try to get some informations by clicking on 'Don't send' and I see that is due to shell32.dll just the way it is pointed out. At least, I suppose so. Of course, Explorer shuts itself and I've got to wait for it to restart agin. Sometimes, I do not how, immediately after the first message, a second message appears by saying "...an error is occurred in drwtsn.exe.....". Please, help me. :thumbsup:

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Posted 07 January 2008 - 05:57 PM

You may want to perform a repair install of windows. Please Back up ALL you important files first just in case and follow the instructions Here

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