|09 Sep 2011||#1|
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Renaming, Deleting, Moving files/folders doesn't show until I refresh
This is an annoying problem, I have searched MANY pages on Google and some people do have the same issue as myself but no real solution has been found that I could see.
When I'm in Explorer, if I rename, delete, move files and folders it lets me do it, but the changes don't show until I refresh the page. I just can't figure out why it's doing this. I never had a problem with Windows 7 Ultimate x86 and this is the first time I've ever even come across this problem. It's very annoying and hopefully someone on here will know of a fix for it because I rename and move alot of files and to have to refresh the page every time to show the changes I've made is getting very vexing very fast.
Like I said, never happened with x86. As far as I know, all updates have been applied, in fact, it only started 3 days ago after updating Windows....although if any updates have caused this, I have no idea how to find out which it might have been.
I'm at the end of my tether here and have been searching for a solution for 2 days now with no success
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