> I have uninstalled all instances of TortoiseSVN, removed all
> references to it in the registry and deleted the folder in Application
> Data that isn't removed by the uninstall. I have checked using
> Autoruns that the HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion
> \Explorer\ShellIconOverlayIdentifiers has no tortoise entries (as
> suggested by an earlier post). There is no TSVNCache.exe program
> However, every file icon on my desktop and every file icon in every
> folder in My Documents has the tortoise icon overlays applied to it
> (no directories have overlays). Furthermore the icons start as green
> ticks, change to orange arrows when files are edited and display red
> exclamation marks when new files are created. There are no .svn
> folders in any directory. This would be annoying on it's own but now
> browsing through folders has slowed to a crawl as explorer spends an
> age deciding on what icon overlays to apply before displaying the
> directory contents.
> I had been using tortoise without problem for many months on this
> machine and the problem seemed to start when I upgraded tortoise about
> a month ago.
> Does anyone have any idea what I can do besides formatting the hard
> drive and reinstalling windows to get rid of the tortoise icons?
I have exactly the same problem! And it appeared simultaneously on my two working machines. So maybe it's caused by a cross effect with some other software.
One program which isn't used by many people, which uses icon overlays and which is installed on both of my machines is the mozy backup client.
Does anyone of you, who experience this problem, also has mozy installed? Are there some people who use mozy and don't have icon overlay problems?
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