Windows Explorer closes

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Windows Explorer

Windows explore closes a few seconds after it is open and I can't study my files

Hello

  1. What operating system is installed on the computer?
  2. The question is specific to an action you take with in the Windows Explorer window, or it is random?

I suggest you to give us the event log of the Event Viewer related to the issue.

See the following link for more information.

What are the information contained in the logs of the event (Event Viewer)?

http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-in/Windows7/what-information-appears-in-event-logs-Event-Viewer

You can check out the following link and check:

Important:

Ignore the topic upgrade in Place from the following link:

Error: Windows Explorer has stopped working

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/2694911

Note: The data files that are infected must be cleaned only by removing the file completely, which means that there is a risk of data loss.

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