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Windows 7: Right Click Menu Display Problem

11 Feb 2010   #1
hasanhizli

Win7 Ultimate
 
 
Right Click Menu Display Problem

Hi all,

I have a strange problem. When I right click on a file (.exe, .dll, .jpeg, ...) I end up with a screen as in the attachment. (It should be like in http://images.maketecheasier.com/200...py-move-to.gif )

However, there is no problem when I right click on desktop, it is as it should be (no blue band). I have a desktop PC and a laptop and both has the same problem. I tried system restore but no solutions What can be the reason? A virus or a malware (despite Avira and A-squared installed)?




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11 Feb 2010   #2
whs
Microsoft MVP

Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8
 
 

Is it always the same entry that shows in blue? If yes, what is it (hard to read the entries in your language). Anyhow, the desktop right click menu is different to other right click menus.
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11 Feb 2010   #3
Uber Philf

W7 RTM Ultimate x64
 
 

Would help if you could translate it to English...
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12 Feb 2010   #4
hasanhizli

Win7 Ultimate
 
 

All the entries are in blue (winrar commands, copy, cut, etc.) I will format win7 on my desktop PC but dont want to do the same for my laptop. I want to learn the magic behind this. If you want english version of the menu, it is as follows:

Open
Print
Create PDF and Bitmaps using PDF creator
open with
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Share with
Scan selected files with avira
add to archive
and regular winrar stuff
jetaudio
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load previous versions
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send
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cut
copy
----------
create shortcut
delete
rename
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properties
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13 Feb 2010   #5
hasanhizli

Win7 Ultimate
 
 

Problem Solved:

The reason is a beta version of a-squared ant malware installed. After uninstall it, the problem disappeared.
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