Explore takes alot of time to open Directories

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Hy,

I'm having this problem with explorer and i dont know why. Whenever i try to open a directory, it takes a lot of time and in the end i cant move the windows i open...when i move them they just go back to their place
I dont know if the problem is due to the RPCSS.dll has a big part in Explorer's querying...i checked it with Filemon, explorr is actually sometimes querying other directories also, and sometime some files written in a weird way that dont exist...

Is it a virus or a worm??
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Ok i'm replying to myslef cause i found the problem, i scheduled a scandisk on startup andit appeared that i had some bad File structure (leading to bad indexing also) so to anyone who has this problem just scandisk your pc
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yep - that would do it. Glad you got it. I was thinking about it but I wouldn't have thought of that right away.
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but i still have a problem concerning the fact that sometimes the windows cannot be moved, they automaticly go back to their previous positionS...I'm still cheking this out in the explorer options
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I aslo found he problem..its in the settings of the nVidia nView settings for desktop...it keeps the window always in the destktop...i had to remove the span :S
The problem is i never used it...so i dont know how it got set
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It's the leprechauns. They get mischievous this time of year.
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hehehehe...
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Ragnar78 wrote:
I aslo found he problem..its in the settings of the nVidia nView settings for desktop...it keeps the window always in the destktop...i had to remove the span :S
The problem is i never used it...so i dont know how it got set


I didn't understand how u fix the problem, can explain some more, if u don't mind.

Thanks
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Well...i just launch scandisk...and it fixed the damage file structure, and the indexes

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