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Windows 7: pop up message error when loading windows ( shell class info )

16 Jul 2012   #1

32 bit win7 ultimate
pop up message error when loading windows ( shell class info )

Notepad window will automatically open upon every system startup or reboot in Windows 7.This opened Notepad window will open desktop.ini with the following message which i upload the prtsc : plz help me to resolve the problem !

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16 Jul 2012   #2

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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bits 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

Try this [Solved] Notepad auto opens on boot? - General-Discussion - windows-8

Since when do you have this problem and what did you install just before that time?
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16 Jul 2012   #3

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit 7600 Multiprocessor

The operating system manages the resources of a computer, such as its internal memory, the disk drives, keyboard, monitor screen, mouse, printers, and network connections. People who use a computer to browse the web or play games have minimal contact with the operating system. Most of their time is spent with application programs.

These users tend to use the operating system only to fix problems, for example with a failed internet connection. The most recent versions of popular operating systems (such as Windows XP) have become very much oriented towards the consumer, hiding all but the most basic tasks from the casual user.

Computer programmers have more advanced needs than people who use the computer as a tool. Programmers need to compile and launch programs and automate recurring tasks. This tutorial is written for programmers who are already familiar with the basics of using a computer.

If you have prior experience using a computer for playing games or writing reports and are now learning to program, you will need to learn more about your operating system. Some students are reluctant to embark on this effort, either because they feel that they already know how to use their computer, or because they already have their hands full learning about programming. However, that is a short-sighted attitude. Without knowing the operating system, many common programming tasks seem tedious or even impossible.

Operating systems come with two different kinds of user interface:

* a graphical user interface or GUI
* a command line interface, also called a shell

Most computer users are familiar with the graphical user interface or GUI. Most GUI environments display a desktop that is populated with windows, icons and menus. You use apointer (directed by a mouse or trackball) to select items on the desktop. These interfaces are sometimes called WIMP interfaces, after the first letters of the words window, icon, menu, and pointer. Here is a screen capture of a typical WIMP interface:

To resolve this behavior, use one of the following methods:

Method 1: Run an online scan and check.

Online scan : Windows Live OneCare

Malicious Software Removal Tool : Microsoft Safety Scanner - Antivirus | Remove Spyware, Malware, Viruses Free

Method 2:
If the file is still exists then take a backup and then delete them. If this does not harm anything then you can delete them permanently.
For more information visit the below links:
Back up your files -
Back up your files
Backup and restore -
Backup and Restore - Windows 7 features - Microsoft Windows
Backup and restore questions -
Back up and restore: frequently asked questions

Found Info at __[.ShellClassInfo] files have appeared on my desktop - Microsoft Answers
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16 Jul 2012   #4

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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bits 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by armaco View Post
when i turn on the computer on start up loading the windows it appear the following error pop up message which i upload the prtsc : plz help me to resolve the problem !

How To: Fix Desktop.ini Pop Up During Windows 7 Startup | TomsTricks.Com
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