and preventing the user of the machine they bought from knowing how to fix problems because your os does not offer solutions that work in critical situations. If I go to the tab that isn't load YouTube, and type another site or search in the omnibox, it won't load that either. The list jumps up and down. My mSATA and my HDD all report raw values of 000000000000, but my Vertex 4 SSD reports this: Don't know what that 000000000006 means for a drives Raw Read Error Rate. http://ksresource.net/windows-explorer/windows-explorer-explorer-exe-is-constantly-crashing.html
If it doesn't, then it's the onboard SATA controller. I'm having the same erratic behavior with the folder navigation. So, this is possibly related. Try it.The new "logic" for default settings is frustrating many.
Leaving them closed averts this behavior.-Noel Monday, January 25, 2010 2:42 PM 0 Sign in to vote Oh I forgot, it only happens once for each folder, if you want to That isn't your problem. I do a forced reboot, on boot I get the "windows wasn't shut down normally" (or whatever it says), and I... Design intent.
When I did find them missing, it took me quite a while to find them as the Explorer search initially failed to turn them up (they actually ended up in a I don't mind giving up some functionality I'm not going to use anyway to make things work in a more predictable way.What pushed me over the edge to do this was Please. If I press computer in the start menu, it "freezes." It continually searches for drives but the blue wheel keeps spinning and nothing shows up even after 10 minutes.
If you feel so pissed off and believe you are paying too much for something that has become pure rubbish, why don't you change and move to a Linux system? not to mention the same old stupid thing with locking up.. apavJan 8, 2014, 11:02 PM I wasn't able to take a picture on my camera right after the chkdsk c: /r ended, but it did say that the volume was clean. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/317542-windows-explorer-freezing-weird-behavior-well-other-issues.html As a side effect of removing all thatjunk there is no more folder jumping to the bottem and then I have to bring it back to where I want it.
Tuesday, December 22, 2009 12:18 AM 2 Sign in to vote The behaviour makes no sense, if some of the MS guys really said that it's by intention. Now I select 20 files, right click and now it says Print in bold. "Open" or "Open with" is no where to be found anywhere on the menu. If I right click one of my drives (like C: ), the right click menu will come up, but when I click properties, the properties window won't come up ever.5. share|improve this answer answered Sep 17 '14 at 15:04 Denis 224518 add a comment| Not the answer you're looking for?
Please fix it. dgingeriJan 7, 2014, 1:16 PM That's definitely a hardware problem. Somebody please verify this - before I die!!!!!!!!!! If your mSATA drive is your C: drive, then it will probably only take about 15-20 minutes.
I had completely forgotten about the ribbon in file explorer itself, since I always keep it rolled up. this content or keep the old ones.. I just joined this site 10mins ago so i could offload all this ____ on someone who might understand, and its now 5.20am UK local time, so you can guess how BSOD Help and Support windows 7 sp1 weird network behaviorHi there I have something weird going on with my network, I can surf and download whatever form servers like Rapid, Mega
If this was helpful, please vote by clicking the green triangle. Over the years i have know quite a few Microserfs and i have put most of them right up there amongst the most intelligent people i have ever known. I've found Explorer tends to refresh the window (and thus move things around) if you leave the other things (like Network) open, because it fills them in after a while.
I couldnt change a900100 to a9400100... it does it all the time now.. AS someone wrote in this thred, "All they've done is add fluff and delete features that make all this intuitive and usable." Better move to a Linux system. If you enable this policy setting, Windows Explorer will sort file names by each digit in a file name (for example, 111 < 22 < 3).
Finally, once all these steps are done, run the command "sfc /scannow" at the run box. (Windows key-r will bring that up easily enough.) That checks all system files and replaces Infact said folder does not need to move at all. User Accounts and Family Safety All times are GMT -5. http://ksresource.net/windows-explorer/windows-explorer-help.html Thursday, December 31, 2009 6:10 PM 0 Sign in to vote Maybe It was some one from this time period that worked on explorer...
I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. The only way to fix that most of the time is an OS reinstall. And what is this song and dance about "It was my idea" .
and it jumping down like it does.. Unchecking the option will solve the problem, but it's a pretty pathetically sad workaround to something Microsoft has had properly working for years. no need to make it different. Resetting the icon cache fixed this.
Friday, January 08, 2010 1:54 AM 1 Sign in to vote When opening a root folder say from C that doesnt help because I already know. I also use a tweakware program called ShellFolderFixUI toreposition Explorer windows after they are started.Lastly, there's one thing I have done that may well help you: Open your Explorer window. but why take away the simple things that made xp so good? Monday, January 11, 2010 3:44 PM 0 Sign in to vote I am experiencing this exact same bug.