I read about one called W32 that did something with the above mentioned registry-keys.Good luck. Created by Anand Khanse. The problem with icons is still there. This time after restart, the icon problem didn't happen. this contact form
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - one more problem.. Really I cannot thank you enough :). aurc thanks for this. Might they have something to do with the problem I'm having?
For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 811151 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/811151/ ) How to copy data from a corrupted user profile to a SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. Run Microsoft Update or Windows Update, and apply all the updates. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - hidden folders by tigerdae / March 23, 2007 7:30 PM PDT In reply to: think you need to fix the registry sir i
For some reason, the properties of several folders across my computer seem to be linked. So you'll want to copy those files to the following location:C:\Users\
capnblinski wow thanks that was so annoying and as a side benefit the whole vista OS seems snappier! Windows 7 Folder View Keeps Changing However, searching the Registry shows no \Shell folder in the path you suggested! The Default state is Not Configured and Folder Options is Enable To Enable Folder Options select Disable To Disable Folder Options select Enable To finish press ok button and close Group i change Them to "small Icons " but it Restore " medium Icons " after restart .
So you'll want to copy those files to the following location:C:\Users\
When you are prompted to select which operating system to start, select Microsoft Windows XP edition (the edition of Windows XP that is installed) and then press ENTER. Most likely C:\ 6) At the command prompt type the following and press Enter ATTRIB -H *.* /S /D This command will unhide the files that are currently hidden. Windows 10 Folder View Keeps Changing Restarted the computer and set some folders (3 different ones) to my preferred layout etc., backed out of there and reloaded each folder but they all still came back to a Automatic Folder Type Discovery But now no need to worry, there is a registry trick to fix this annoying problem.
Click Create, click Close and then exit the Computer Management snap-in. weblink My computer is working very slow.I would love to hear any advice.Nitzeli Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Remove antivirus 2008/2009 by shakir.Husain / December 5, 2008 7:44 PM The Startup tab lists all the programs that start during startup. When I open the same window again it shows that "Show hidden files and folders"radio box is unchecked. Remember Each Folder's View Settings Windows 10
It is essential to start from the administrator account. What can be the problem? BB Thank you for this fix. http://comvurgent.com/windows-10/move-documents-folder-windows-7.html It was my nightmare. :-) Andrei K thanks so much!
Then I had to manually delete the hidden AutoRun.inf file in the root directory by changing its attrib in DOS.Thanks for the help in showing those hidden files. Windows 10 Apply To Folders Greyed Out Click OK. The fact that Microsoft has failed to address this, even with so many customers complaining about such an pointless but very essential change tell sme they just don't give a damn,
Most likely C:\ 5) At the command prompt type the following and press Enter ATTRIB -H *.* /S /D This command will unhide the files that are currently hidden. In the Password box, type the administrator password, and then click OK. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Thanks by anjetsal / May 5, 2007 1:30 PM PDT In reply to: think you need to fix the registry Guy!! How To Set Details View For All Folders Windows 8 It'll immediately apply current folder view type settings to all folders in your computer.
Set the name of new key as AllFolders 6. I'm absolutely flabbergasted that Windows would allow such a careless mistake to continue unaddressed; this quirk has irritated me for as long as I've been using Windows 7. Under "Shell" key, select "Bags" key and press "Delete" key. his comment is here Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details.
Hash Worked perfectly on windows 7. To Unhide files and folders that Windows Diagnostic, Windows XP Restore and other malware hide For Windows XP 1) Click on Start, Run 2) Type CMD and press Enter 3) At If Explorer restarts automatically, it means Explorer is fine and you must use Windows Defender or the System Configuration Utility to stop programs from starting at startup. Next right click BagMRU Size > Click Modify.
The instructions in the link are very similar to the ones here, with just a few additions. VG ^^ It'll 100% work. Thank you for your expertise.