Question about HP Pavilion dv5110us Notebook
After the system has started its coming WINDOWS EXPLORER IS NOT RESPONDING,WINDOWS EXPLORER IS RESTARTING again the same thing is coming with in 2 seconds.i was not able to open any folder.this problem is coming even after i made system recovery,restart and all.please make a solution for it
When it happens, open the Process Manager with cont/alt/del. Find explorer.exe and kill it.
Then open the process manager again and this time go up to the top and select File, New Task (run) . If there's a drop down list, select explorer.exe if it's there, and click ok. If it's not there, type it in and select ok. Explorer should open normally again without having to restart.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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