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    Bob Candella Guest

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    When I try to open my control panel I get the following message.



    Window exployer has stopped working
    ( Followed by )
    Windows is checking for a solution to the problem
    ( Followed by )
    Windows explower is resarting

    Then it sends me to the desktop.?
    Has anyone a fix for this?




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    Candella

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    Robert Hankins Guest

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    Need more info to suggest anything. How much RAM remaining? Have you looked
    at Task Mgr to see what else is running ( maybe in background)? For a
    beginning point, run DiskClean and Error Check.
    Bob H.

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    > When I try to open my control panel I get the following message.
    >
    > Window exployer has stopped working
    > ( Followed by )
    > Windows is checking for a solution to the problem
    > ( Followed by )
    > Windows explower is resarting
    >
    > Then it sends me to the desktop.?
    > Has anyone a fix for this?
    >
    >
    >
    >
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    > Candella




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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Candella View Post
    When I try to open my control panel I get the following message.
    Window exployer has stopped working
    ( Followed by )
    Windows is checking for a solution to the problem
    ( Followed by )
    Windows explower is resarting
    Then it sends me to the desktop.?
    Has anyone a fix for this?
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    Candella
    Hmm... not sure if it will help, but try to re-register the following dll files in System32 folder. If you don't find the files, then try to extract then from your Vista setup DVD and copy them to System32 folder first.
    vbscript.dll
    jscript.dll
    mshtml.dll

    To register or register a dll or ocx file :
    Click Start > Run >Type
    regsvr32 <path & filename of dll or ocx>
    To un-register a dll or ocx file :
    Click Start > Run >Type
    regsvr32 <path & filename of dll or ocx> /u
    Click Enter.

    Else see if something at WinVistaClub : Windows Vista Explorer Crashes Frequently helps you.

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    motarola2 Guest

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    there's one tool called starup repair, on the vista recovery environment
    called 'winRE' (http://www.vistaforums.com/Forum/Topic3835-44-1.aspx)
    that should fix that problem, this tool is magic.


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    motarola2

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