Advice 1: How to restore Windows Explorer

The main causes of failures in the application "Windows Explorer" are infecting computer virus software or incorrect installation of some additional applications.
How to restore Windows Explorer
You will need
  • - installation disk for Microsoft Windows;
  • - AVZ
Instruction
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Perform the simultaneous pressing function keys Ctrl+Alt+Del to run the tool "Windows task Manager" and open the Processes tab in the new dialog box utility.
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Determine the presence in the list of multiple running system processes explorer.exe (the existence of such processes confirms the infection of computer viruses), restart the computer in safe mode and run a system scan for malware using an antivirus application.
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Run the application and open the AVZ the menu "File" of the top toolbar of the program window. Select "system Restore" and apply the check boxes in the fields "Restore desktop settings" and "Restore Windows Explorer settings".
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Confirm the command by pressing the button "to Fulfil the marked operations" and click "control Panel" main menu system. Expand the "add or remove programs" and uninstall all suspicious applications.
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Insert the installation disc in the drive and open the menu "File" in the top toolbar of the tool window the "Windows task Manager". Enter the command "New task" to run the tool on "Command prompt" and enter the value sfc /scannow in the text box of the command interpreter.
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Confirm the command by pressing the function key Enter and restart the computer to apply the selected changes.
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Again log into the system in safe mode if it is impossible to restore the application "Windows Explorer" and insert the installer CD in the drive. Search the disk for the i386 folder and make a copy of file explorer.ex. Place a copy in the root of drive C:\ and rename it to explorer.exe.
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The main menu of the operating system by pressing the "start" button and click "execute" to initiate recovery of the application "Windows Explorer". Type regedit in the Open box, and confirm the tool to start "registry Editor" by pressing the OK button.
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Expand the registry branch HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon, and select Shell. Specify the full path to the required explorer.exe and confirm your choice with OK.
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Return to utility "task Manager" and open the context menu of the process explorer.exe click the right mouse button. Specify the command to "Complete the process" and open menu "File" in the top toolbar of the window Manager.
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Select "New task" and enter a value for cmd in the text box to run the tool on "Command prompt". Confirm the command by pressing the OK button and enter a value of Cd C:\ in the text box of the command interpreter.
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Confirm the command by pressing Enter and enter a value copy explorer.exe C:\Windows in the text box the command line. Confirm the command by pressing Enter and enter the value Yes.
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Restart the computer to apply the selected changes.

Advice 2 : How to run process explorer

Process explorer.exe is responsible for the GUI of the operating system. If it is not running, Windows will not display the "start menu", desktop components and other graphical components of the operating system. Of course, this process is automatically started. But there are times when this is not happening. In this case explorer.exe need to run independently.
How to run process explorer
You will need
  • - computer with Windows.
Instruction
1
When the graphical interface of the operating system is disabled to run programs using task Manager. Operating system Windows XP the task Manager will start immediately after pressing Ctrl-Shift-Esc. If you are using Windows 7 then press Ctrl-Alt-Del, after which a window will appear in which you can select the task Manager.
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In task Manager click on the component File. Then, in the ensuing menu, select "New task". Then enter the name of the process explorer.exe. After that, he should immediately start. If this file is corrupted you will receive error notification. In a situation if it does will be missing in the folder with the operating system nothing will happen. In such cases, this file need to be reinstalled.
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The operation of replacing or restoring the file must occur in safe mode. You also need to have a disc with the operating system distribution. To enter selection menu boot option operating system when the computer is starting, press F8. In some cases, there may be other keys F. In an extreme case, try pressing them one at a time. In this menu, select "Safe mode". Wait for loading the operating system. After your operating system started, insert the drive disk with the operating system distribution.
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With the help of "Start" locate on disk file explorer.exe. Copy this file to any hard disk partition. Then rename it to explorer.exe. Now copy the renamed file to the Windows folder. If in your case the file was corrupted before the copy, delete the corrupted file from the hard disk. If the file was missing, then just copy the new. Then restart the computer. After a reboot all should work fine.

Advice 3 : How to enable Windows Explorer

Operating system Windows Explorer is the Foundation of the GUI and implements the main part of the user experience when working with desktop items, folders, and files. Sometimes the result of the failure of the conductor is disabled. In this case, it again needs to be run.
How to enable Windows Explorer
Instruction
1
Disconnecting of the conductor is familiar to many users of the Windows operating system: from the desktop lost all the labels disappear and the "start" button and the row of the task pane. The user sees only the background image of the desktop and a window open at the time of failure of the program. To bring the computer out of this state, it is necessary to understand the cause of the situation and know how to fix it.
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The direct cause of the situation described above is the completion of the process Explorer explorer.exe. Open task Manager by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Del and view the processes list. Among them are explorer.exe. If you complete this process, the guide will turn off, will I lose access to the desktop, files and folders.
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To restore the Explorer process is very simple. Open task Manager, select menu "File" - "New task (Run)". In the opened window enter explorer.exe and click OK. The guide will start in a few seconds, the computer's health will be fully restored. You don't even lose your data open at the time of crash programs.
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Because Explorer is the main tool of interaction with the computer, many users are trying in some way to improve it. For example, you can use QT Tab Bar, giving the Explorer new opportunities. Read more about this program you can read here: http://optimakomp.ru/uluchshaem-provodnik-windows/.
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Opening any drive or folder, you work with Explorer. It can be accessed via the menu "start" - "All programs" - "Accessories" - "Windows Explorer". When opened this way, the program always displays the contents of the folder "My documents", which is not always convenient. But you can change the Explorer settings to show all drives. Then placing a shortcut of Explorer on your desktop, you will get a conveniently customized tool for working with files and folders.
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To carry out this revision, open "start" - "All programs" - "Accessories". Then click on "Windows Explorer" right-click and select the context menu item "Properties". A window will open, you need a string Object with the text %SystemRoot%explorer.exe. Replace the text string %SystemRoot%explorer.exe /n, /e, /select, C: and save the changes. Please note that at the end of the row specified disk, it is the first disk on most computers.
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Now open task Manager and end the process explorer.exe. Run it again as it was described in the beginning of the article. Again go to start - All programs - Accessories - Windows Explorer. You will see a convenient list of drives on your computer. If necessary, create a shortcut on your desktop again, open the "start" - "All programs" - "Accessories", select "Explorer" right-click and select "Create shortcut". Then drag the pop-up "Windows Explorer (2)" on the desktop and correct, if you want, its name.
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