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Windows 7: Window Explorer Crashes After moving user folder to E drive.

31 Oct 2012   #11
schwarzennegger

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31 Oct 2012   #12
schwarzennegger

windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Hello bro thanks for reply,i checked your link.Mean time i tried to find out what's the problem is,i saw there are two desktops in my computer at the moment,i think thhis is created when i moved the user folder to E drive,i moved back the user folder back to c drive already.
I have attached a screenshot here,pls have a look and let me know how to get rid of the additional desktop.
Strangely when i click the desktop under the computer user name windows explorer crashes.I checked the user accounts to find is there any other account is created,seams to be usual.
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31 Oct 2012   #13
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02 Nov 2012   #14
schwarzennegger

windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Bro,thank's for that,i restored to factory settings!!!,not all the partition -Now i am trying to delete some unwanted files,but this UAC not allowing me to delete even though i logged in as Administrator,found some article regarding this problem and tried enabling local account policies,sliding the UAC bar down etc.No use.
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