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Windows Explorer file window shows the name of the file and (not working) next to it

Running Win XP Pro SPw. While working with files (a Word file for example), the address bar shows the path of the file plus the message (not working). Anybody had something like this happen before?

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  • elmex May 01, 2008

    It is were it shows the path. For example: C:\My Documents\FileXYZ\ (not responding)


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Can you elaborate on where you are seeing this?
Is this in the title bar of the Explorer window which shows the path and "(Not Responding)", or is this in a different place?

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