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A picture's worth a thousand words: Oooops just now realized you asked for Toolbar folder position; sorry. For me it was the Asus webstorage. The solution to the problem is very simple and only involves changing your thumbnails to icons. Just click on an empty space on your computer desktop and use the scroll wheel on your mouse. this content

Reply Anonymous April 7, 2012 at 7:32 pm # i've had this poblem for maybe two weeks and when I saw that your laptop is the same as mine I did i tryed a system restore with no resolve and am out of ideas any help would be great. I don't use the program so i just uninstalled it trough the control panel( it's not working with explorer so that should be no problem). control panel 2.

Good post! In two different machines!!! If I tried to open the graphic file on the desktop it crashed EVERY time!

Back to top #13 Captain Nick Captain Nick Members 14 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:05 AM Posted 11 January 2011 - 12:31 AM Please add my thanks for this fix. Then found Yoga - 1min finish all going again. Man, I'm going to write a nasty letter to ASUS or whoever I find out programmed that piece of crap software. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality.

I googled the problem and this page came up........I followed all the steps above and step 1 came up trumps. But, when it can - I'm out of Windows forever! Click on “folder” and “search options”.search options3. Reply IL747 February 10, 2013 at 12:17 pm # As indicated in the above by dur:Go to event viewer log and look what is causing the crash.In my case it was

Couldn't believe it! the other 4 profiles on the system have no problem. Is there a way to backtrack from renaming the .bak file (ie. This also happens in other windows like Control Panel for example.

And it's only if i try to browse other devices via bluetooth. news Right-click the hard drive that Windows is installed on (usually c:) and select Properties from the context menu. 3. September 19, 2014 at 2:38 pm # Thanks for this! plugins or shell scripts might do that.To eliminate that possibility we need to disable all third party services and programs.

The only options I have is close the program or wait. news Now I can move on with my life, and so can my client (it's their PC). I ran all sorts of checks and nothing shows up. Through this entire ordeal I could still access Windows in normal mode, just had to clear the error every time I booted.

Reply Gaz September 3, 2011 at 7:01 am # Yoga, you are 'the man'! In Office Silent Mode it will not display desktop icons. Tried too many things to mention or even remember. have a peek at these guys Once moved - no more problems.

KISS is the way to go. (Keep It Simple, Stupid) ;-) Reply hap July 9, 2013 at 3:05 pm # Windows Explorer, not Internet Explorer Reply Cameron December 7, 2013 at Reply j. Kind of makes your machine USELESS!!

You can go to Control Panel, double click on Power Options and click on Power4Gear eXtreme on the left.

But after i got it open i found my problem in less then 5 minutes.After opening event viewer just make the explorer crash again. Every once in a while the start button will pop up but when i click on it, it disappears. Thanks man. Now we'll see.

Reply Simon August 29, 2012 at 7:38 am # Tried all of these and none have worked. my system have corrupted files.... Viruses and malware are not possible because these are newly installed Windows 7 laptops. check my blog Nothing is wrong with your computer either.

We must be talking about different toolbars. But today it's fixed! Microsoft Explorer is not Responding Again The only obvious change is that I plugged in a USB External Drive 2TB. 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!!!!!!!!!