Windows xp pro windows explorer not showing any drives
When I bring up an explorer window and I click on "My Computer", the search flashlight just keeps searching for my local drives. When I log on in "safe mode everything is fine. I have administrator status. Dos windows work. Any suggestions?
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Re: windows xp pro windows explorer not showing any...
Do u know regestry? follow my instruction go run give command regedit then [HKEY_current_user\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer] "NoDrives"=dword:3ffffff else write in notepad save as ..reg execute it. for more help call me +919441133420 ur's kishore chowdary.
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You can find the product key. just follow these steps.
Insert Windows XP cd into a working computer. Exit the Auto-run introduction.Open "My Computer" Right Click on the Windows XP cd-rom drive and select explore.Open the USWXP32P_ZX folder. (It may be as a hidden folder. If you cannotlocate the folder, you may also search forunattend.txtand mark "Search Hidden Files".)Open the sysprep folder. Open unattend.txt
Your CD's product key is containedwithin the unattend.txt file.
Find Windows XP Product Key from the Windows XP CD:
1) Insert Windows XP cd into a working computer. 2) Exit the Autorun introduction. 3) Open "My Computer" 4) Right Click on the Windows XP cd-rom drive and select explore. 5) Open the USWXP32P_ZX folder. 6) Open the sysprep folder. 7) Open unattend.txt
Your CD's product key is contained within the unattend.txt file. Note: On some system disks, USWXP32P_ZX is a hidden folder. If you cannot locate the folder, you may also search for unattend.txt and mark "Search Hidden Files".
1. Enable Hidden Files and Folders: 1. A. Windows XP : 1. a.i. Click on “Start”, click “My Computer” 1. a.ii. On the “Tools” menu, click on “folder options”. 1.a.iii. On the “view” tab, locate “Advanced settings” and then follow these steps: Check the option “Show Hidden files and folders” Clear the option, “Hide protected operating system files check box”. Clear the option, “Hide file extensions for know file types check box”. 1. a.iv. Click ok and close the window. 1.B. Windows Vista : 1.b.i. Click on “Start”, click “My Computer” 1.b.ii. In the Explorer window, click “Organize” 1.b.iii. Choose “Folder and Search Options”. 1.b.iv. In the folder options window, click on “View” tab 1.b.v. Select the option “Show hidden files and folders” click “ok”.
2. Delete Windows Live Contacts folder : 2. a. Click on “Start”; double click on “My computer” 2. b. Browse to the location Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\<Your Windows logon name>\Local settings\Application Data\Microsoft Windows Vista: C:\Users\<Your Windows logon name>\App Data\Local\Microsoft 2. c. Delete “Windows live contacts folder” completely. Note:
Ensure to exit Windows live Messenger from the task manager before
deleting Windows live contacts cache folder, otherwise you will get an
error prompting that you can’t delete the folder . 2. d. Try signing into Windows Live Messenger.
Windows XP Product Key from the Windows XP CD:
1) Insert Windows XP cd into a working computer. 2) Exit the Autorun introduction. 3) Open “My Computer” 4) Right Click on the Windows XP cd-rom drive and select explore. 5) Open the USWXP32P_ZX folder. (It may be as a hidden folder. If you cannot locate the folder, you may also search for unattend.txt and mark “Search Hidden Files”.) 6) Open the sysprep folder. 7) Open unattend.txt
Your CD’s product key is contained within the unattend.txt file.
Try Scanning your Computer For Computer Viruses.
then re-install Windows XP.
Your files will remain intact, if you select to leave the hard-drive As it is ( rather Than Format it ) or setup on a different Partition.
Backup your Valuable Docs/Files First.
Windows re-installation will replace any Missing-deleted Corrupt Files.
hope This Helps you.