Re: Windows Explorer Crashes
The problem is not with Internet Explorer 7.**. It is with Windows Explorer,
the process that is used when opening any window to access items that are
embedded on the drives, within directories, sub-directories, on USB external
devices, on SD-Cards inserted into the readers, et al fin.
Using Internet Explorer to access the WEB is not a problem.
When the error is examined, viz the recommended Microsoft Recommended Fix,
the information inbedded in that specifc KB is not even relevant to Windows
Explorer errors. (Per information presented after downloading and installing
I concur, that again we are unwittingly becoming "Longhorn [aka VISTA]" beta
testers. Remember Dos Ver 4.0 and it's fun producing erronous codex?? Or
maybe even Win 95? Seems that many of the products are released far before
thay have been totally de-bugged. Any wonder why NASA uses older
Still waiting for the long needed Service Packages to be released for Vista
to again beta test, Eh?
..firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I think what's happening here is we've all become Beta testers without
> knowing it.
> I too have had I/E crashes but somehow I managed to stop it.
> I think I rolled the system back before some update, there's been so
> many issues I can't keep track of them all.
> Anyway, try rolling your system back to when it was working OK, that's
> how I fixed I/E.
> M/Board: EVGA nForce 680i SLI A-1
> CPU: Intel QX6800 O/C to 3.2GHz
> RAM: 4 GIG Corsair Dominator PC6800 1X4
> H/D's: 3X Westrn Digital 150GB Raptor
> Video Cards: 2X EVGA GeForce 8800 Ultra
> P/S: Ultra X3 1,000W
> Case: Gigabyte 3D Aurora 570
> DVD: Philips Blu-Ray/Philips DVD