Re: Windows Explorer Error on Separate Hard drives
It sounds as if Windows Explorer itself may be corrupted. If you have the original installation CD, put it in the CD ROM and go to Start>Run and type "sfc /scannow" without quotes. See if this helps. If not, you can try running a repair by booting to the cd, go through the fist installation option, and when it searches for previous versions of Windows, try to repair it. Note that you will lose some programs such as Office and others, not all, but some. You will also need to enter the COA that is supposed to be on your tower somewhere, usually on the back, or on the top. The COA is a 25 digit code, mixed with letters and numbers. Good luck.
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