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Windows 7: unable to view drives in navigation pane

28 Mar 2013   #11

windows 7 professional 64 bit SP1

ok, fix the issue with src.scannow, no problems so far, as for mshwjpnrIME.dll, removed japanese IME & reinstalled, works all fine now.

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 unable to view drives in navigation pane

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