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windows explorer will not work when logged in as a user

Posted on 2013-05-20
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when logged in as the administrator on the computer that is on a domain it works fine.  I can click on my computer and the files show ect.  When i logg out and and then login as a domain user then explorer will crash or hang.
i have removed the profile, added the profile back and even went to c:\windows\registration and changed the ownership permissions. nothing seems to work please help!!!!
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by:Scott C
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What about if you log on as another user?  Is it user specific?

What if the user logs onto another computer; does the problem follow them or is it staying with the machine?

If it's staying with the machine I'd do a wipe/rebuild (after copying any important data).
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by:jcimarron
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bbimis--If this started recently, try a System Restore to a date prior to the problem.
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by:bbimis
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can't brings up a memory error.
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by:bbimis
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and yes i changed the memory stick
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by:bbimis
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its machine specific. if i login as a different user same issue. if i login as the administrator NO ISSUE. if i login as the user for that pc i have the issue still. not sure what is going on. when i take and run a system restore i get a memory error and it will not load. i changed the memory
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closing due to no answer, went other method
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no one answered
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