Windows 7 Windows Explorer keeps crashing and restarting every 10 seconds.

I have a problem with the Windows Explorer. It keeps crashing and restarting every 10 seconds as soon as windows loads. I got in safe mode, and this error does so. My computer is free from virus/spyware etc...

Thank you for your support in advance. I need to solve this problem quickly, I would appreciate your help.

I have Windows Home Premium 64 bit


2.4 GHz

NVidia GeForce GT 320M

Thank you for your help, but I tried something else. What you suggested, it was too complicated for me :) I restored Windows 7 to the point before the problem started (which was a recent Java Update December 26) and even if he says that restoration could not be complete, it seems to be invalid the latest version of Sun Java and Windows Explorer now works as it is supposed to.

I have a new question now, if update SunJava caused my windows Explorer keep crashing how can I keep the java software to install this update again? Thanks a lot for your help.

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