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Pop Ups And Locking Up Explorer.exe

BygNygga it helps surf through the internet John my system effected with this Explorer.exe sridharreddy explorer.exe how do I stop it from starting Brandon explorer.exe is the windows program manager. All UsersClick OKPress the CleanUp! Go to File > Run New Task and type explorer in the "Open" box. Cice i wouldnt recommend closing it.

These popups are random and they actually don't know what state your computer is in. If you don't have the correct codecs or if xp can't find them, explorer.exe will go crazy. does any1 has a clue why it taking too much of memory and how to reduce it. If you open the task manager (CTRL+ALT+DEL), you can kill explorer, and use the task manager to start and stop programs. http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/79080-winfixer-popups-that-lock-up-explorer-resolved/

Run Ewido anti-malware:Click on the Scanner button in the left menu, then click on Complete System Scan. Restarting the computer in an attempt to regain access to the Web produced another message with a different telephone number to obtain assistance." Readers of this blog will remember the various hope that helps someone... Vj W This exact thing happened to me and I couldn't leave Google chrome so I just shut down my computer, is this okay?

  1. VIOLA!!!!!
  2. You can take it off their's too and see the fur fly.
  3. have no clue what is wrong patte Mine it is run by reg key called Eusun, it is located but hidden into winnt\system32\assembly----I don't know what to do to remove it
  4. At that time explorer.exe isn't responding anymore and neither are most of the IE windows.
  5. A thermonuclear event would cleanse the land of the filthy contagion.
  6. don't close this!

Lois Bernard So true. Another window was displayed that contained a telephone number to obtain assistance. Automatically Restart Windows Explorer There are two ways to quit Windows Explorer. Do I use the same steps as windows 7?

Go to Start > Run and type %temp% in the Run box. It is NOT Internet Explorer (iexplorer.exe). the files are in the paths i have given the Bolger.dll is located somewhere in C\:windows go to start/search/files and folders copy in the names in the search box such as Was I shocked.

and didn't reenable it to see if that was the problem - just glad the issue appears to be gone.)Voila - NO PROBLEMS... I've tried all of the solutions provided and my problem still persisted until I found your solution. lololol!!1!1one! Number 7 saved my *** today.

Your computer should not crash now. You could probably find your stuff of interest, lots of folks use search engines to find things… and these people are watching and … well, the experience is paramount to an They just want to fool you and take your money. I despise people who create this trash.

Then, just type in explorer and press enter. Thanks man. If not, kill explorer.exe. I can ignore it when working in the Command Prompt (unless I try to access something that requires Windows Explorer to open it, like the control panel, or the registry editor).

I can just pick the "Run" option from the task manager and choose whichever program; then that program works just like with explorer.exe enabled - just without it's additional memory load. No more crashes.Look in event viewer what is causing your crash and uninstall the associated software Reply Jose March 4, 2013 at 10:07 pm # Thanks With the step 1 i The research is based on a representative sample of 59 organizations across industries. C:\WINDOWS\Bolger.dll C:\WINDOWS\system32\nsuC7.dll C:\WINDOWS\isrvs\desktop.exe C:\WINDOWS\isrvs\ffisearch.exe C:\windows\system32\JdRCOD.exe C:\WINDOWS\System32\picsvr\picsvr.exe C:\WINDOWS\system32\winupdt.exe C:\WINDOWS\cfgmgr51.dll,DllRun C:\WINDOWS\system32\wintask.exe C:\WINDOWS\sleb.exe C:\WINDOWS\QUSUDLL.EXE C:\WINDOWS\UFUZENC.EXE C:\WINDOWS\System32\ap9h4qmo.exe c:\windows\system32\amnyqe.exe cwlummus, Apr 15, 2005 #33 khazars Joined: Feb 15, 2004 Messages: 12,302 reboot to safe mode

anyone who knows more about this? --- and to Max: if u close down explorer.exe, just press ctrl-alt-del again. If your taskbar and icons disappear open task manager, press run, type in explorer.exe and it should appear within 30 seconds. Toboe10 Explorer is a man that looks for new places (or worlds) A windows procces.

Click on new task and type in explorer.exe. 4.

The approach is not terribly new in that it has been used for years by fake AV scanners. Open the Temp folder and go to Edit > Select All then Edit > Delete to delete the entire contents of the Temp folder. It is part of Windows. When my screen froze & that ominous message from "Microsoft" popped up I panicked & did EXACTLY as instructed.

are you all seeing the conection here? Not harmful, and not harmful to end, basically turns your computer in to a command prompt system when ended. Kyle Rassun Whats funny is, I used VirtualBox just to go crazy on downloading malware, and one of those were tech support viruses. Change it into explorer.old if you're infected D.

While technically not very sophisticated, these pages can be a nightmare to close down and therefore lead some desperate users to actually call for help. marietta. Reply chandy41 May 20, 2012 at 4:54 am # I've tried the majority of these solutions with no prevail.