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Troubleshooting windows XP

Hi this is ranjith and unable to solve the problem



when i am doubleclicking a drive(eg: c:) search file is opening

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    yes, the "search file" opens when i do double click an icon.

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Hi anjuu,

Go here, http://www.dougknox.com/xp/scripts_desc/xp_folder_open.htm

Click on the blue Folder_open.vbs, save it someplace you can find it, click on it, and run it. It should fix your issue.

Good Luck!

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