Windows Explorer crash

Can someone help me with a Windows Explorer app crashing?  When I do a search for a file, the search begins and then crashes.  Listed below are details in Event Viewer:

Log name: Application
Source: Application error
Date: 2010-11-18 10:00:45
Event ID: 1000
Task category: (100)
Level: error
Keywords: Classic
User: n/a
Computer: MikeCertini-PC
Description:
Failing application Explorer.exe, version 6.0.6002.18005, time stamp 0x49e01da5, module OFFFILT failed. DLL, version 2010.1400.4514.1004, time stamp 0x4abe0a53, exception 0xc0000005, offset 0x0000e2bf, process id 0 x 1398 code error, start time of application 0x01cb8748ed6c8f75.
The event XML:
http://schemas.Microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
 
   
    1000
    2
    100
    0 x 80000000000000
   
    325578
    Application
    MikeCertini-PC
   
 

 
    Explorer.exe
    6.0.6002.18005
    49e01da5
    OFFFILT. DLL
    2010.1400.4514.1004
    4abe0a53
    c0000005
    0000e2bf
    1398
    01cb8748ed6c8f75
 

To rewrite offfilt registry settings.
Click on Start - Programs - Accessories - right click command prompt and
Choose run as administrator. Type
 
regsvr32 offfilt
 
Type regsvr32 /u offfilt
to uninstall its registry settings. This means that it should more
run, but you will not be able to search for office programs.
 
Download http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/shexview.html
Disable all non-microsoft shell extensions (to explore) and reactivate a
by so this can help. What if it's another Explorer addin is the cause.
 
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"mcertini" wrote in message news: 5ba9d0a2-d041-42d 9-a231-f8339b6b1c38...
> DavidMCandy.
>
> I followed your direction and I still have the problem. It seems
> that the problem is not related to a program related to the United Nations.
>
 
 

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