Windows Explorer stops when right click.

I am running Vista and when I go into Windows explore (File Explorer) I see all my files, but if I click right, or just simply remove any file, Windows Explorer closes down. I have recently upgraded to Windows 7 and the problem persists.

For any question on Windows 7:

http://social.answers.Microsoft.com/forums/en-us/category/Windows7

Link above is Windows 7 Forum for questions on Windows 7.

Windows 7 questions should be directed to the it.

You are in the Vista Forums.

See you soon.

Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner

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