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When creating new folder in C drive, computer gets hungup, pleas help

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When creating new folder in C drive, computer gets hungup. I am using XP SP3 and no physical damage to my 80GB Hard drive.

Please let me know how to resolve this problem.
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Question by:leungvpoco
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by:vguzman
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Are you currently using any antivirus and/or antispyware ?
Can you check the event viewer for any errors ?
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How are you trying to create this folder?  What is the name of this folder?  And where are you trying to create it - inside "My documents" or where exactly?
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The quick solution is to click on the link called "Make a New Folder" Under File & Dolder Tasks on the left hand side of your windows.
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