At a minimum, you now have a direction to head and presumably could contact that software manufacturer's support team for more specific assistance. All times are GMT -5. If you set it to "Documents" it treats it like a DOC folder.
This happened at random times during random operations but mostly during boot up. Will it try with VLC, or Windows Media Player, or something else? Rick click on the file and choose install. Quote 05 Sep 2014 #3 oneeyed View Profile View Forum Posts Member Posts : 328 Windows 8.1 (x64) Do these folders include multimedia files (music/video) ?
Glad you mentioned ShellExView which I have used myself. http://superuser.com/questions/217332/windows-explorer-crashes-whenever-i-view-a-folder-with-an-mp4-h-264-video-file I've tried running a full virus scan and nothing has been detected, so I'm ruling out anything like that. Now, about that company NirSoft: They also seem to be the authors of a set of very handy utility commands, one in particular, NirCmd.exe, offers a command line interface to do I am using Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit.
Event Viewer log and HiJackThis log here: Event Viewer log: Faulting application name: Explorer.EXE, version: 6.1.7600.16450, time stamp: 0x4aeba271 Faulting module name: qedit.dll, version: 6.6.7600.16385, time stamp: 0x4a5bdad4 Exception code: 0xc0000005 navigate to this website They are very helpful. In many ways it *is* Windows. Also if you have a video file you can't delete now, deleting this key will allow you to do so.
A full backup is your safety net in case something goes horribly wrong. Reply Colin October 8, 2012 at 11:36 am I get intermittent Windows Explorer crashes. (I'm using Windows XP Home, SP3.) What I'm wondering however is, when explorer.exe crashes, is it possible Related Resources solved File Explorer crashing windows explorer solved File Explorer Keeps Crashing On Windows 8... http://internetpasswordpro.com/win-xp/win-xp-network-connection-properties-crash.html New question?
OS IOS Quote 11 Jul 2015 #9 ArchPrime View Profile View Forum Posts New Member Posts : 1 Windows 8.1 x64 Third party substitute for Explorer seemed to help me regain I apologise if I posted this in the wrong section!) There is a big chance that something that is attached to explorer.exe is causing this issue, have you tried a clean Reply Ubrales November 4, 2014 at 8:32 am This happens to me when ‘Windows Explorer' is opened as a result of my right-clicking a picture thumbnail and selecting ‘Show in folder'.
I have xp pro on a dell 1100 w/2g memory. This will prevent Windows from loading shmedia.dll when you work with video files and thus you should no longer have problems deleting or moving any video files. When I double click on something to correct it - nothing happens. no index from a partial download) or it uses an unsupported codec, then Explorer tries to load the whole file.
My concern is that perhaps you have malware that is hijacking links you click on.21-Dec-2011 Reply Jagadish December 21, 2011 at 12:54 am Very lucid. Windows search constantly crashes with a C++ error. Most of the Explorer crashing errors that i have encountered have been related to folders containing videos in them and it's because of the windows inability to load videos thumbnails and http://internetpasswordpro.com/win-xp/win-xp-explorer-exe.html Can I bring a spouse along for a conference?
Many thanks! (P.S. Some ‘solutions' were quite extensive, system-invasive and down-right dangerous for less savvy folks to attempt. Please try the request again. We'll look at solutions for several reasons why this might have happened.
If it works, fantastic. I'll look at what that is. "IExplore.exe has generated an error." Now what? I optimized the folder for 'General Items' and now there are no problems! Don't know if this true or not, but...Is there a registry change that can made to stop the previewing?
I've tried viewing the folder (on my desktop) in list view, and it still causes a crash. I was wondering if it maybe something to do with the 256 max character path length restriction. My WebsiteMy help doesn't cost a penny, but if you'd like to consider a donation, click Back to top #3 Konadan Konadan Topic Starter Members 261 posts OFFLINE Local Also, strangely enough, I copied the folder to my desktop and was able to open it and look through the files, however, as soon as I try to sort the files
There's a certain folder on my external HDD which causes Windows Explorer to crash when I attempt to open it. Is there anyway I can detect which file(s) is/are corrupted? Posted: October 31, 2014 in: Windows User Interface Shortlink: https://askleo.com/5014TAGS: bestof, file manager, taskbar, windows explorer About LeoLeo A. when i need to work with a fIle for a sign job, i need it when I need it.
Are they easy to use? You can follow him @Sagarsaw on Twitter. I have several files that trigger this problem, some rare Anime files I wish to keep and view. - Qlippoth 01-14-2005 12:19 PMQlippoth Feedback I'm having roughly the same problem, and The 2nd thing I'd say is that some malware, i.e., a computer program often installed w/o your knowledge/consent, can cause this type of behavior as well.
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