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Re: Explorer Crashes When Right-Clicking a Folder

From: Dan Leach <blatherin.blatherskite_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 7 Aug 2010 21:42:37 -0500

Whoops, sorry about that. I am using Windows XP SP3 with (as far as I know)
all updates applied.

I looked into the PowerDesk fix but it seems PowerDesk-specific as far as I
can tell. It seems like a patch for a PowerDesk dll. I'm hesitant to run
Avanquest's software on my PC without using any of their products.

Hmm, I did not know that about the version. I was directed to
http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads where it says the current version is
1.6.10. Can you direct me to the page that says 1.6.8 is the latest
approved version?


On Sat, Aug 7, 2010 at 9:10 PM, robert lewis <
robert.lewis_at_imnmicrocontrol.com> wrote:

> Hi
> You did not mention the OS you are using, Win XP sp?, x32, x64, Win 7 etc?
> I know there was a bug in XP for right clicks; MS had incorporated a patch
> to grap the CLI spawns and didn't bother to check that all the modules were
> present. So the system just hung or crashed. I experienced this many times,
> but I was using PowerDesk. I finally dropped PowerDesk totally and went to
> XYPloyer instead. However the PowerDesk fix might still work for you even
> though you don't use PowerDesk, or it may be enough at least to allow you to
> find the KB fix to work around the problem. I know what you mean about this
> problem being frustrating, I spent more time trying to get Windows to work
> then I was doing on the work I was supposed to get done. Win 7 x64 seems to
> have fixed all this, at least I haven't had the same problems as with XP.
> Also you do know that 1.6.8 is the latest approved version you should be
> using?
> Good luck


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