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Since restoring default settings didn't seem to change anything, I'm convinced the bug is in the quick access "process/location." (Not sure what to call it) As soon as I change the Resetting the icon cache fixed this. Did you wake up yet, ruggb? My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Windows 7 prettysheep View Public Profile Find More Posts by prettysheep Windows explorer freezing and weird behavior, as well as other issues « Previous Check This Out

Ask a new question Read More Windows 7 Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's marketing suits and their intellectually challenged focus group mentality, trend analysts and their need to justify their very existence by convincing decision makers 'the public needs us to move in this Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... I was just CONFUSED AGAIN!!!!! https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-files/windows-explorer-in-windows-7-acting-very-odd/3517986c-b761-4bde-8cff-3fa96f52694f

you probably would have made more by now.. Perhaps a link in explorer is broken that tells it "where" to find quick access? It also happens when I open Charms, Change PC Settings, PC and Devices, Devices.

apavJan 7, 2014, 4:48 AM dgingeri said: That could be an error in the USB to SATA controller. Drivers & Hardware Strange Behaviour in Windows 8.1When I open certain system dialogue windows, the list of items jump. Another is that many of the bugs have been worked out and fixed with service packs and other updates. It's like when you open your clothes cupboard to take out some fresh socks and you go 5 steps back to better see all the other boards and shelves in your

As long as the ribbon is open, file explorer works fine. Proposed as answer by Brian Borg Monday, November 30, 2009 7:38 PM Monday, November 30, 2009 5:31 AM 1 Sign in to vote BlowFeld, I agree with you.I have thought all I'm not saying that your bad.. However, it will not fix the source of the bad sectors or read errors.

Note especially the item above in large type.Clearly it is possible for it to work right. Friday, December 18, 2009 10:43 PM 0 Sign in to vote Keeping a backup of registry values is always a good idea.Although I prefer something like Attributes.Back instead of Attributess. Canadian permanent resident visiting Japan How to draw a maple leaf in TikZ? Ubuntu is catching up to you.

Fix your network/Internet connection and the freezing should stop. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1967742/win7-explorer-freezing-weird-behavior-issues.html If my SATA drive controller is having issues, wouldn't that get reported in Event Viewer too? I paid a lot of money for Windows 7, and this bug is really affecting my use of the software. I wish Microsoft would FIX IT.

messing up the file management part of windows is not the way to get more users.. his comment is here Having to wait and wonder is it ok to move my file now.. AS someone wrote in this thred, "All they've done is add fluff and delete features that make all thisĀ intuitiveĀ and usable." Better move to a Linux system. I'm having the same erratic behavior with the folder navigation.

MS should tell us why they torture us with such a "jump" feature. This is a workaround at best, but it does tend to settle that pane down. OOOHHHH WELLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!! this contact form Another is that the bug u speak of is random.

Well, unfortunately I have to report that I haven't had my external drive plugged in since yesterday, and I've been using my computer today without it. is ok2. Or, have an option!

An optional update with the behaviour from Vista would be most welcome (and yes, I liked Vista ;-) though 7's speed is a clear winner).

Now it happens everyday. it didnt pick wifi signals from the next room and it does some time pick weak signal from 2, 3 rooms... I voted your post as helpful, thanks! Repeats 30+ times in event viewer.Warning: Ntfs: The system failed to flush data to the transaction log.

P.S.S.S. Today I launched Steam, connected, and found there was a patch. Despite what it says, I have never run into a problem with my Vertex 4. http://mozrc.com/windows-explorer/windows-explorer.php The only way to fix that most of the time is an OS reinstall.

What i undesrtood, if it is of any help: it finds the search term if it is in the beginning of the filename, if the search term is in the middle If there are a few it moves it up that many. Its like a firm keep producing these 1.5ltr clean burning 6 seat 200BHP convertible cars, but they have gear sticks and steering wheels with broken glass sicking out of them. No way is this desired functionality, no usability tester in their right mind would pass this!This behaviour was the same from a fresh install and changing the automatically expand folders option

NO RESULTS. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. I know this isn't an issue with my network because the same thing happens sometimes if I try to open settings or extensions in a new tab (which doesn't require internet Probably unrelated, but I just wanted to post this anyway.

that you hide from the user. Also right click is freezing again. no need to make it different. I develop software for a living and believe me, something like this would have been a glaring issue from the get-go with me and my team.

If this was helpful, please vote by clicking the green triangle. P.S. Friday, August 14, 2009 5:57 PM 2 Sign in to vote . . . It remains showing the last one clicked on.

It may quit the error. Saturday, December 19, 2009 2:01 AM 2 Sign in to vote HAS ANYONE seen this behavior If u highlight a folder in the left pane, then scroll the folders, single or Username Forum Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy