If above does not cure it then try 1.click the Start button at the bottom left of your screen 2.click the Control Panel menu item 3.then double-click the System icon. 4.Click the Advanced tab 5.Find the item marked Performance right under there is a button that says Settings. 6.Click the Data Execution Prevention tab. 7.You'll see two options in that window click the second option that says "Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select." 8. when you are finished with that then click the 'add...' button it should be visable at the bottom of the box. then you have to find where the file 'explorer.exe' resides on your computer most of the time it's something like this c:\windows\explorer.exe anyway add explorer to that list. It'll give you a warning just ignore it and click ok. Then reboot everything should work just fine.
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