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While using Windows explorer "resets" all on it's own and frequently.

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While using Windows explorer to rename, move or organize files etc. all Explorer windows close and the desktop "resets" (i.e. all icons disappear, then sequentially reappear after a 1-2 second delay). No open windows associated with other programs are affected.
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robrandon earned 250 total points
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TRY TO DISABLE L2 CACHE ON BIOS...

I THINK IT WILL RESULT...

I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM, TURNED IT OFF AND VOILÀ!

(found in: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Win2000/Q_11064466.html?query=explorer+crash+rename&topics=28)

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