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Clicking on c and d drive opens it in a new window, producing multiple windows

Initially when i opened My Computer, and clicked on c or d drive, it opened in the same window.However, recently every time i click on c or d drive, it opens in a new window thereby creating multiple windows and reducing the speed of my computer. Do u think it is a bug ? and if so then how to fix it ?

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  • Anonymous Nov 06, 2007

    I changed the setting of drive's "Open With" from

    Tools --> Folder Options --> File Types.
    Drive --> open.

    but i couldnt solve the problem...
    it opens with the new window..



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4) Click on the "Apply" button.

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