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Explorer.exe is your shell. guzheng, Jul 3, 2010 #16 google88 Registered Member Joined: Dec 15, 2009 Posts: 135 The Hammer said: http://www.resplendence.com/downloads WhoCrashed 2.0 "Sometimes when your PC crashes, the cause is obvious. Pedro, Oct 15, 2010 #22 Boost Registered Member Joined: Feb 2, 2007 Posts: 1,293 You prolly wont like my suggestion,but if it's a big enough pain,I'd just reformat and be done If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).

While on the subject of CPU usage and how to tell -- or should I say "attempt to tell", I wonder if Microsoft really fixed things for XP. Also get rid of all your antispyware software. I'd still suggest uninstalling Steam, rebooting, then install a fresh copy of Steam (to make sure your copy isn't corrupted). - John Microsoft MVP - Windows Experience ( http://www.carrona.org/ ) **If I try to move or copy the file and my machine freezes up.

This setting does not provide any DEP coverage for any part of the system, regardless of hardware DEP support. or any fixes? The article [Q309073] states that by sending a particular set of commands to an affected system, an attacker could gradually deplete resources on the system to the point where performance could At other times it will be a total mystery.

Edited by usasma, 23 December 2008 - 05:59 PM. sanjayr Report abhishek- Feb 23, 2014 06:41AM you are great thanks man ] Report shibin- Mar 31, 2014 03:24AM binumanamboor, thank you very much u r really a genius!!! Will it try with VLC, or Windows Media Player, or something else? It started a while back, near after a hijacking and also i changed the way windows displayed the windows so there was no right hand side bar.

http://forums.tech-arena.com/archive/index.php/t-4971.html I don't remember which posted link I followed from there, but I remember one of them worked pretty well. 10-25-2004 03:23 AManonymous Feedback Hi anonymous, many tks, I found it I'll ask that you use this link to perform and analysis of it. The article [Q315000] states that unchecked buffer in Universal Plug and Play can lead to System Compromise and describes two vulnerabilities that affect the implementation of UPnP in various products. CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).

So I guess Steam wasn't the problem afterall. If it doesn't then revsvr32.exe shmedia.dll to restore. Read the TweakXP tip "AVI files causing high cpu usage again with installation of XP SP1" to prevent Explorer from loading shmedia.dll in response to their file property queries causing 100% regsvr32 /u shmedia.dll 12-26-2004 01:27 PMfohktor Feedback Last post didn't get recorded right, but the gist was this: 'regsvr32 /u shmedia.dll' worked fine for me, but to keep my thumbnails I

I downloaded DivX521XP2K.exe and it solved the problem without having to regedit. You may find that if the Microsoft Indexing Service (Cidaemon.exe) is used and a cause for high CPU utilization.b. I just remembered that with SP2 you can probably just go to Tools -> Manage Add Ons and you can selectively disable them. Report Kodieswaran- Jan 15, 2014 11:22PM 10x lot...

I'll have to disable that. If I try to click on the files, Windows Explorer crashes. Good Luck Report kajishion 3Posts Saturday April 13, 2013Registration date April 25, 2013 Last seen - Apr 14, 2013 04:09AM Hello, I have tried this one too, and It requires for This clears out the cobwebs...so to speak.

I've been encountering this error lately. Event Type: Error Event Source: Application Error Event Category: (100) Event ID: 1000 Date: 13/05/2010 Time: 1:35:59 AM User: N/A Computer: Description: Faulting application drwtsn32.exe, version 5.1.2600.0, faulting module dbghelp.dll, version Dr. You should use the command line to navigate to that directory before you use the command, so as to be sure the file is there.

This trojan, according to symantec's website, is relatively new (about a month and a half old..) Please note...perfoming a restore to an earlier point will be of no help if you I have also recently found out that my Windows Media Player sends an error too.. I've got a ton more suggestions!Try creating a new folder and see if you can open it.Once that's done, copy the smallest AVI file into it and see if you can It's old and I think it's due to bad sectors, so I have to trash the drive...

steve 2006-09-05 19:33:59 UTC #2 It sounds like you have a munched codec, and Explorer is crashing when trying to preview the video and/or read the header. So, if I want to rename an AVI, I need to open Divx, click on open file, and rename the AVI through that or some other program. So, if I want to rename an AVI, I need to open Divx, click on open file, and rename the AVI through that or some other program. You can try going to the Control Panel/Sound and Audio Devices/Hardware/Video Codecs/Properties and try removing some of the codecs you may have installed and see if that clears things up.

That's just to verify the problem. Register now Not a member yet? That's what the stack trace module loadout is for, determining which call went wrong, and in what module. Is there any way to just reinstall explorer.exe to a system?