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Old Aug 25, 2003, 12:03 PM
Insomniac Insomniac is offline
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I agree. The only way is to go through the tree view in explorer and the registry, then use a utility like System Mechanic or similar to remove dll's etc.
Old Aug 26, 2003, 01:14 PM
studcity studcity is offline
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Once again guy's, thanks removing the files mentioned appear to have done the trick. I removed norton's software ages ago but still find norton files over my computer. The problem that I still have is when I boot up....... Windows explorer also appears no big deal I just close the window down and away I go, but what is annoying is I cannot for the life of me get the hierarchy view on the left pane, even in the folder options I have check what is necessary but to no avail. I have erased the HHkey\User\Software\Microsoft\currentversion\explo rer..........bit! but still the same also the explorer windows don't remember my view settings.

Thanks in advance.

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