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Win explorer still having problem

I m so depressed the problem is still there
again after installing ie7 when i launch my computer a message appear telling that windows explorer encounter a problem and need to close and then windows doesnt load properly all icons of my desktop doesnt appear even the start menu and i cant get access to my computer files
i tried to open from from safe mode , not working
i tried to open from task manager , also not working
plz can any one tell me a solution other than reinstalling windows cause i have many important files located on c partition and i dont want to lose it

finally many thanks to those who tried to answer me

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Hi,

The only solution is to remove ur files from c-drive to any other discs or other hard drive and then re-install your operating system or don't use IE7,better download and install mozilla firefox it is faster and better.The problem you told that the IE7 quits is because of microsoft as they gave the wrong updates and it effected many users..

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Hello try to check win xp event viewer right click on my computer manage - event viewer check under system what cause the crasch later u can click on the blue link to windows support page maybe where is a solution
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Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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