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Windows 7: Right click desktop problem back

19 Apr 2011   #1

windows 7 rc
Right click desktop problem back

Win 7 pro

Having the same problem. Right clicking on the desktop crashes explorer or takes a long time to recover. Stopping winrar has cured my right click in files and folders, for the time being. I tried to add the registry string above but could not edit it. Running regedit as admin didnt help. Changing permissions for the user also didnt help. Cant type in values or text to modify new string. A string under the new entry can be changed but the upper entry with 0 values refuses to be altered or deleted.

I could do a sys restore but I have done some big installs, not too keen to execute one. Any help appreciated. If I find an answer somewhere else will put it here.
Thanks in advance.

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19 Apr 2011   #2

windows 7 rc

Ok, running an updated version of CC Cleaner fixed the right click problem. No nvidia entry, but that is no biggie.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
20 Jun 2011   #3

windows 7 rc
Right click desktop problem back

win 7 64bit
Intel 2 quad 2.33ghz 2.34ghz
RAM 4 gb
nvidia gts 250

Right click on desktop problem. Ran shexview and disabled 3rd party context menus. Ran cc cleaner. No help so far. This is the second time I am having this problem, any help appreciated.
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