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Windows 7: my document opens at the start and...

27 Dec 2009   #11
lizihao1130

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so i go online and check this problem,, they told me to go to regedit to see if somethings wrong, so i checked, but everything they told me to look at was fine. by "accident" i pressed hkey_current_user-->software-->Microsoft-->windows-->current version-->policies-->system-->shell

i see shell's value is c:\windows\explorer.exe c:\windows\(something else, but i no its a virus)
so i deleted that,then it worked fine|!!!!!!!:)
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