Just because in the past this issue was caused by an extension does not mean it is that issue. The reports from here are incomplete: Please rerun the application and let it run for at least 15 minutes or until the app itself says that it's done. This subreddit is suitable for both Office warriors and newbies. Still seems I learned something new today and will now have to pick up a new board which does handle it. Can you try uninstalling it and see if the error goes away? So, yesterday I upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10 and now I have somewhat of a problem. We had tons of issues with OneDrive at my old job and had to disable it and make everyone use the web-platform only. Type regedit and hit enter 3.
Reset Internet Explorer settings, i. Windows repair tool I went ahead and bought the pro version because I liked the look of the tweaks and I am not sure which tweak it was but it seemed to of fixed my problem. Some applications may fail with this error when the system is left unstable by another faulty program. I really thought that Eraser would have been the problem. Here are some possible solutions from 1.
I've also noticed this happen with the Xbox App, Like I launch it, and every time It pulls up the screen where you're supposed to logon, and it disappears, leaving the green circle background loading screen. The older versions had a bug that crashed Explorer because of the context menu. If you do not want to lose customized permissions, the use Event Viewer, and it will state which folder is causing the issue. Before doing this copy the file to the machine where you will analyze this. Autoruns here: Cleanboot instructions Let us know how it goes. Standardly it runs at around 20-30, so it's doing fine for itself.
It happens intermittently, so it's hard to tell. And so the only thing remaining on the screen is the command windows. Had exactly the same problem. I would also suggest, from the information you gave in your original post that explorer. Norton Antivirus has an explore crashing issue on 10 also apparently. If it does, an Eraser user has posted a possible solution to the issue.
You could try disabling group policy objects. As you are using the standard Windows drivers - I have to wonder if there's something missing from them. Ended up making new accounts for the users on the domain. This is the file that contains the key to the crash and to analyze it first open it by going to Open and then choosing Open Crash Dump. The server's security settings rejected less secure protocols. Many many users at random are getting explorer.
And recently in one instance so far , right clicking a folder and in another instance, pressing the 'see more results' button in Windows 7's search function for names that have a lot of entries. Use this only as a last resort as you will lose plugins, cookies, passwords, etc. I'm Andreas Stenhall and my work passion is Windows 10 in combination with Enterprise Mobility. Also check the readme file to see if they apply to the problems that you are having. Just came across this thread Wondering if your having the win 10 file permisions issue? In fact, you may want to disable use of the OneDrive app on the machines as it can fill up hard drive space really fast from its creation of shadow-copies.
You could try disabling group policy objects. One of the best that I've seen - no fuss, just a simple download. It can happen in may ways besides right clicking on the desktop. I have searched around and found that a lot of people have fixed this issue by disabling third-party Windows shell objects. Hello 91fw, : I just tested on my system to see it there may have been a bug, and it worked for me, so I'm not sure why it wouldn't start for you again as well.
The memory could not be %s. I also ran memtest 86 and it. Once rebooted, for back in and re-tick the box for Internet Explorer and reboot again. Also, please post your hardware configuration. If they're improperly written they can crash their host. Create a new account for someone and have them log in and use it and see if the same thing happens. But others have reported it when simply logging off, opening files, saving files all network drives, typically.
The error is a heap corruption memory - no real info on it tho' You can use Task Manager to force a crash and dump of the explorer. In addition, generally speaking, system dll file won't have problem, have you installed any app in your system that may harm to system file before this problem occures? I'm so pissed off, maybe I need to go to bed. SadlyI am havingthis same problem. Sorry for not getting here sooner. Within 7 Seconds, the screen flashes, all icons disappear, and then reappear, but the search I was just doing is gone.
Zip it up and upload it to a free file-hosting service they're 300+ mB before zipping them up. If you have set to , then you will experience a delay if you restart explorer since you will have to wait for all disks turned off to spin back up and turn on before explorer is restarted. If not, then it's most likely a 3rd party component that's interfering with the ntdll. In need of some Windows experts here, pretty bad. Will try that next time as well.