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On any occurrence of difficulty and confusion, it is wise to get one-to-one assistance by contacting VilmaTech Online Support so that no mistake would be made to cause unnecessary problems. But still now that I'm using Win7 as my home computer OS I don't see this window too much (Process Explorer is my manager of choice). Reply Anup RamanHi Ell,The file msaud32_divx.acm is associated with Windows Media Player. There are many people who have and are still encountering this problem and all forum post that I found while trying to find an answer have not yielded an answer.

In computer networks, system administrator can configure the event viewer to be viewed remotely for tracking information. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Winlogon. Go to your computer manufacturer website and install the latest sound drivers.3) Open cmd with admin rights (type cmd in search window, right click on the cmd listed in the search and follow her steps...

Seelenwahnsinn 7 years ago # As you know, explorer.exe problems are, most of the times, caused by malware. It is hard to advise on such issues remotely, so I suggest you find some friendly computer techie offline to take a look at your computer. In fact, Windows 95 actually shipped with both Program Manager and File Manager as separate tools. then I just right clicked on the windows explorer icon and clicked run as administrator.

K-Lite Codec is a very popular codec pack and there is no reason to suspect it as a bad software. Post ported from WVC RECOMMENDED: Click here to repair/restore missing Windows files & Optimize your PC Related Posts: How to directly reboot in Safe Mode in Windows 10/8/7 Windows Live Essentials How to Remove Win32-pc-fix.com Pop-up Ads, Malware Removal How to Remove Gunpoder Virus from Android Phone or Tablet? Can you access the registry?

I have to click ok. Get downloadable ebooks for free! SMARTTICS 731,157 views 1:10 How to fix "Internet Explorer has stopped working" - Duration: 1:31. In sum, error in operation and the virus injection are the two major causes and lead to the following problems: Multiple explorer.exe processes keep idling to consume CPU.

Hit “File” to select “New Task”. Thank you. MrReno2020 43,398 views 3:17 100% CPU Usage and High CPU Usage Problems Solved - Duration: 2:43. When you select these commands, they do not restart Windows Explorer on any version of Windows--they simply end the process.

Select the "explorer.exe" process and then click the "End Process" button. Thankuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu So much Report zianpor 4Posts Sunday March 12, 2006Registration date June 1, 2009 Last seen - Jun 1, 2009 at 02:17 AM Thanks a lot that's very good! I put it onto the jump drive, pushed control+alt+delete, and file > new task (run ...). Sometimes, Windows will restart the process automatically after a minute or so, but it's easiest just to go ahead and restart it yourself.

This can happen if the security software is corrupted. Report Elly- Oct 3, 2008 at 11:16 PM Hi.. Question about what explorer.exe is start to emerge to surface when more PC users encounter its error message to tell that something needs to shut down or something cannot be closed I don't know where else to turn except the Internet and you.

Just like you can close and restart an app that's acting up, you can also close and restart Windows Explorer. Thanks........ The intro music plays. So far have not found any reliable and "true" replacement for Win 7 version of explorer.

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Hit View tab to tick ‘Show hidden files and folders’ and non-tick ‘Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)’. Also try System File Checker, which is launched from command line and quite good at restoring system files (will need installation disc or copy of one as well). Report jpinzon- Oct 16, 2008 at 07:35 AM worked like a charm.

Reply Anup RamanThis seems to be an issue with Office Outlook.

And though removal tools are effective, sometimes it's just faster to format the machine than to completely remove malware and fix the broken things it left behind. No taskbar or icons are shown. That worked very well ! This is a very hard to find solution.

I would suggest running a virus scan. I suggest you scan for malware in safe mode, remove infections if any and reboot. I cannot open task manager because I try but I get error message that says task manager was disabled by administrator. In this case, I wonder if you installed any codec packs for windows media player.By coincidence,the problem I mentioned here is associated with a codec pack.

Report bjae007 2Posts Tuesday December 9, 2008Registration date December 10, 2008 Last seen - Dec 10, 2008 at 01:44 PM Hey thanks man.