What does the userinit key show under this key?
Should be just this:
If there is anything appended after the comma, you may have a malware issue.
Have you run a spyware scan recently? The above is not the only location
that these bugs can come from, and many of them can interfere with the
Best of Luck,
Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" – Microsoft MVP
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"Pete975" <> wrote in message
> Hi 🙂
> For the past week i’ve had this problem where i would turn on my
> computer and after the log in screen it would tell me that Windows
> Explorer stop responding.
> So far I’ve tryed:
> – Doing both System Restore and Startup repair using the Windows Vista
> disc and no luck.
> – Going to regedit and checking the shell fine … but its fine because
> it has "explorer.exe" in it.
> As for that i haven’t trying much with this situation.
> I can fix it temp by doing CRTL-ALT-DELETE > Task Manger > New Task >
> explorer.exe but that only does it till the system is turned off and i
> want to completely fix this problem so my computer starts up normaly.